Renewing and pushing certificates on Linux virtual machines and Openshift containers using uses Azure CI/CD pipeline

Steve 66 Reputation points

We use Venafi application which renews the certificate on the Linux virtual machines(VMs), then we export the certificate's public key, send it to other teams
who update their records. My work place(a local credit union) uses Azure CI/CD pipeline

For Openshift containers, we need to manually load the certificate in our keystore directory, update the YAML file and then restart the POD

I know Venafi provides vCert which is a command line utility designed to generate keys and simplify certificate acquisition and we are looking into it.

  1. Are there any other methods for use case like ours where we need to deploy the certificates on Linux virtual machines(VMs) in fewer steps?
  2. Are there any other methods for use case like ours where we need to deploy the certificates on Openshift containers in fewer steps?
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  1. tbgangav-MSFT 10,391 Reputation points

    Hi @Steve ,

    I see that you have added azure-automation tag to this question but question with azure-automation tag deals about technical questions related to Azure Automation i.e., an Azure service that enables automated creation, deployment, monitoring, and maintenance of resources in an "Azure" environment using a highly scalable and reliable workflow execution engine.

    But looking at the term "Azure CI/CD pipeline" in the question, if the question is related to "Azure DevOps" then it is currently not supported in this Microsoft Q&A platform. You may ask "Azure DevOps" related questions in this developer community. Else if the question is related to "Azure" then please clarify which Azure service it is related to so that we can add appropriate tag to the question and thus respective service SMEs would be able to provide the response.

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