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Vault Plugin Tutorial

The Vault plugin for DevPortal provides secure storage and management of sensitive data such as passwords, API keys, and other secrets. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process of using the Vault plugin in DevPortal.

Benefits of Using the Vault Plugin

The Vault plugin provides the following benefits:

  • Enhanced security: The Vault plugin ensures that your sensitive data is stored securely and encrypted at rest. It also provides access control mechanisms to ensure that only authorized users can access the secrets.
  • Centralized secrets management: With the Vault plugin, you can manage all your secrets in a central location, making it easier to control access and monitor usage.
  • Simplified secrets distribution: The Vault plugin provides an easy-to-use interface for distributing secrets to your applications, allowing you to easily and securely share sensitive information with your team.


Here are the steps we will cover in this tutorial:

  1. Getting Started with the Vault Plugin
  2. Using the Vault Plugin

By following these steps, you will be able to understand the benefits of the Vault plugin and how to use it to securely manage your sensitive data.

Step 1: Getting Started with the Vault Plugin

To get started with the Vault plugin, you'll need to have a Vault instance up and running. If you don't have one already, you can set one up following the official documentation. Please note that access to the Vault plugin requires a certain level of support plan. To find out more about our support plans and how to upgrade, please visit our website at

Once you have a Vault instance, you can integrate it with your DevPortal project using the following steps:

  1. Install the Vault plugin in your DevPortal project.
  2. Configure the plugin with the appropriate Vault endpoint and authentication credentials.
  3. Use the plugin interface to securely store and manage your secrets.

Step 2: Using the Vault Plugin

The Vault plugin provides an intuitive interface for securely storing and managing your secrets. Once you've configured the plugin, you can use it to:

  • Create and manage secrets: You can use the plugin interface to create new secrets or manage existing ones. You can also specify access control policies to ensure that only authorized users can access the secrets.
  • Retrieve secrets: You can retrieve secrets from the Vault using the plugin interface or API, making it easy to distribute secrets to your applications.
  • Monitor secrets usage: The Vault plugin provides detailed logs and monitoring capabilities, allowing you to track who accessed your secrets and when.


In conclusion, the Vault plugin in DevPortal is a powerful tool that can help secure and manage secrets in modern software development. By leveraging this plugin, you can ensure your application has access to the required secrets while maintaining a secure environment.

If you have any questions or need assistance with the Vault plugin or any other DevPortal features, don't hesitate to reach out to our support team at VeeCode Platform. And don't forget, if you haven't installed the Vault plugin yet, our support team can assist you with the installation process. Check out our support plans on our website at