Bitwarden Secrets Manager Integrates with Ansible Playbook
February 26, 2024

Bitwarden Secrets Manager is now integrated with Ansible Playbook.

This out-of-the-box integration enables developers and DevOps teams to securely streamline their server deployment processes using zero knowledge end-to-end encryption to enhance their security posture.

This integration enables development teams to securely manage sensitive secrets and automate them into the server deployment process quickly.

Ansible is a configuration management tool that programmatically configures servers, networks, code repositories, devices, and applications via playbooks – sets of predefined jobs written in simple Yet Another Markup Language (YAML) code. This minimizes manual work, improves efficiency, and reduces deployment time. Storing secrets in Ansible files is common practice for developers, but introduces security concerns. The Bitwarden Secrets Manager integration for Ansible, powered by the Ansible lookup plugin, ensures secrets are stored in one secure location, protected by end-to-end encryption. With granular access permissions, only privileged employees can access these Ansible-specific secrets — defending company ecosystems from unauthorized access.

Ansible supports automated infrastructure provisioning, compliance, and complex workflow orchestration at scale. Introducing Secrets Manager into Ansible workflows further increases developer productivity, allowing for faster configuration of servers and applications with immediate access to necessary secrets.

The Ansible integration for Bitwarden Secrets Manager is now available.

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