Secure server access that is easy to use
The easy-server package is a Python library for securely defining sensitive information for accessing servers (or services), such as logon credentials or API keys.
The information for accessing the servers is divided into a general portion that is defined in an openly accessible server file, and a sensitive portion that is defined in an encrypted vault file.
The vault file defines the secrets needed to access the servers, such as logon credentials or API keys. The vault file must be an “easy-vault” file and thus can be encrypted and decrypted using the easy-vault command provided by the easy-vault package. The “easy-vault” files remain encrypted in the file system while their content is used to access the servers.
The server file defines general information about the servers, such as a short description, contact name, or a reminder which network to use for accessing them.
The link between the server file and the vault file are user-defined nicknames for the servers. These nicknames can also used by users as a convenient way to identify servers in commands.
The server files support the definition of server groups that also have a nickname.
Typical use cases for the easy-server package are test programs running end-to-end tests against real servers, or command line clients that access servers or services.
This provides a convenient, flexible and secure way how Python programs can retrieve the secrets needed for accessing servers or services, while protecting these secrets in a secure way.
Documentation and change log
The easy-server project is provided under the Apache Software License 2.0.
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