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Is it possible to use Azure Vault to store MySQL DB credentials in Symfony? Right now the credentials are stored in an .env file (encrypted) but there's a request to use Azure Key Vault instead. I've never heard about such a setup, is it possbile at all?
There is no official PHP SDK for Azure keyvault, you could call the REST API -
to store the MySQL DB credentials directly as secrets in the keyvault. If you want to retrieve them, use
to do that.
There are some prerequisites to call the rest apis.
1.Register an application with Azure AD and create a service principal.
2.Get values for signing in and create a new application secret.
3.Add the service principal to the keyvault access policy with correct secret permissions.
4.Use the AAD client credential flow to get the token, then call the rest api.
Here is a sample wrapper of calling the rest apis, you could refer to it. See Add secret and Get secret.
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