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Can Jira 7.7 be configured to work with Hashicorp Vault for Passwords?

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May 11, 2023

We are being forced to use Hashicorp Enterprise Vault (EVA) to store the database login credentials. It seems that they are currently stored in dbconfig.xml. Is it possible to get Jira Server working with a credentials vault?

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Anubhav Dutt
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May 16, 2023 • edited

Hi David,

Thanks a lot for bringing this up. We are actively exploring potential solutions that ensure password obfuscation in the DB configuration files one of which is Hashicorp EVA. I will be in a position to share more updates on the solution soon.


Would you mind sharing in your usage of secret managers like Hashicorp EVA how often do you use multiple fields in one secret?


In the meantime do lookout for updates regarding this request.


Thanks Again!!

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