vault-operator simplifies vault cluster configuration and management. This chart bootstraps a vault-operator and allows the deployment of vault cluster(s). It depends on the etcd-operator being installed.

The Vault Operator aims to make it easier to install, manage, and maintain instances of HashiCorp Vault, a tool designed for storing, managing, and controlling access to secrets, such as tokens, passwords, certificates, and API keys on Kubernetes clusters.

Vault on demand

The Vault Operator is designed to make it easier to consume and operate Vault on Kubernetes by leveraging underlying Kubernetes capabilities to automate the provisioning, scaling, and backup/restore operations of Vault. With it, you can deploy a Vault service as easily as you can deploy a single stateless container on Kubernetes. Behind the scenes, the operator is designed to take care of such housekeeping tasks as TLS, etcd provisioning and setup, upgrades, and other details. In this way, you can consume Vault on your cluster the way you would be it provided as a service offered by a cloud provider, only in an open and cloud-agnostic way.

The Vault Operator powers the Vault Open Cloud Service introduced in the CoreOS Tectonic platform in December 2017. By releasing the Vault Operator as an open source project, Red Hat now aims to enable ISVs and IT organizations to use Vault as a managed service in their own environments, powered by automated operations.

 

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