An "App" in CommandK represents any entity requiring secrets to be managed, such as Microservices, Lambda functions, Cron jobs, etc.
Consider an app as a dedicated vault container exclusively for your application's secrets. By categorizing secrets into apps, you sidestep the intricacies of correctly architecting namespaces for various secret management use cases.
To draw a comparison, think of an App in CommandK like a repository on GitHub. As you manage your application's code within a repository in GitHub, you handle its secrets within an App on CommandK.
You can create an app in two ways:
- Import from an SCM (currently, only 👩💻 GitHub is supported).
With your app created, you can:
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