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Set Azure Secrets as environment variables.

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Azure KeyVault Secrets as Environment Variable

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Get Azure KeyVault variables ans use them as environment variables.

Install

pip install azsecrets

Usage

You can set environment variables for:

export AZURE_VAULT_BASE_URL=***
export AZURE_CLIENT_ID=***
export AZURE_SECRET_KEY=***
export AZURE_TENANT_ID=***

or send it via the CLI as

secrets --vault-base-url *** --client-id *** --secret *** --tenant *** env --shell bash

Once you have set up the environment variables, just call the CLI:

secrets env --shell bash

You can also use it at as an package my importing it:

from azsecrets import AzureSecrets

print(AzureSecrets().get_secret("SECRET-NAME"))
print(AzureSecrets().get_secrets(["SECRET-NAME-1", "SECRET-NAME-1"]))

Contributions

All contributions are welcome.

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