How to pass credentials to Jenkins pipeline

Working with sensitive data is a hard thing nowadays. Especially in a DevOps methodology. New tools and ways of solving problems don’t make it easier. Well, for some reasons, DevSecOps came to life. Almost all systems need some type of credentials – password, API tokens, keys, certificates and so on. In Infrastructure as a Code, Configuration as a Code and other approaches like these mentioned, working with git repositories is necessary. But it’s a very bad practice to store credentials in a plain text. I hope that I don’t need to explain why. Luckily, most of the mature tools have Continue reading

Summer break and the future plans

August is a great month. Everyone can find the way to relax, but it means less time for working and writing. I should now publish a new post, but I am enjoying my break. I try to keep the two weeks between each article – it’s obvious to me that systemic is one of the most important things in blogging. Unfortunately, summer doesn’t help in regularly writing. I have begun some posts, but I can’t complete anyone of them. On the other hand, I don’t want to decrease the quality. On the contrary, I would like to publish articles which will Continue reading