An error occurred while saving the commentDarcy commented
Example I have 3 application nodes. Each application needs to look up a secret from the key vault. The value of each needs to be different, but the name of the secret is the same. i.e., I have 3 secrets with the same name that I want to store in 1 key vault (now multiply that by the number of environments (3) I want to have and now I need 9 keyvaults, for one apiKey!)
What would be great is if I stored a secret with the name "node1--apikey" and then used the url: https://my-keyvault.vault.azure.net/node1 I would be able to access the a secret by the name "apikey". i.e, if a secret name is delimited by -- and the key vault is accessed with a subfolder(s) that matches the first part of the name only the names that start with that folder are returned.
Does that make sense?Darcy supported this idea ·