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A Secrets Manager is a secure and centralized tool or service used in the field of information technology and cybersecurity to store, manage, and access sensitive information, commonly referred to as "secrets". These secrets can include credentials, API keys, encryption keys, certificates, and other sensitive data that applications and services require for secure operation. Secret Manager systems can vary depending on the platform or service you use. For example: Cloud-Based: Cloud providers like AWS Secrets Manager, Google Cloud Secret Manager, and Azure Key Vault offer secret management services tailored for their respective cloud ecosystems. Containers often require sensitive information, such as passwords, SSH keys, encryption keys, and so on. Prisma Cloud integrates with many common secrets management platforms to securely distribute secrets from those stores to the containers that need them.
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The Prisma Cloud Runtime Security DaemonSet auto-deploy feature uses a kubeconfig file generated from a kubernetes service account with limited permissions.    Purpose If you aim to streamline the deployment of Defender DaemonSets to a cluster or lack direct kubectl access to your cluster, you can conveniently deploy Defender DaemonSets directly from the Console UI.   The Auto-Defend feature also allows you to upgrade with ease any Defender that you have deployed before, so you could easily perform the upgrade process from the Console UI or automate it by making API calls to the appropriate console endpoints.   
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This document showcases the process of how to deploy the Prisma Cloud Compute console in a Kubernetes cluster  on any cloud provider and use a NGINX Ingress controller as a proxy for this console. Purpose For many enterprises, moving production workloads into Kubernetes brings additional challenges and complexities around application traffic management. An Ingress controller abstracts away the complexity of Kubernetes application traffic routing and provides a bridge between Kubernetes services and external ones.  
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