Having secrets in bitwarden is good and all, but currently there’s a lack of places the secrets can actually be used. Github Actions is a good first one, however there are more integrations required to make this useful to us.
A pain-point in our devops area is secrets handling in Kubernetes and we were hoping Bitwarden would provide something akin to GitHub - 1Password/onepassword-operator: The 1Password Connect Kubernetes Operator provides the ability to integrate Kubernetes Secrets with 1Password. The operator also handles autorestarting deployments when 1Password items are updated. with this secret manager.
Secrets could be provided in kubernetes using a Mozilla SOPS plugin, or a Secrets CSI implementation, etc.
Thanks for sharing your feedback on Bitwarden’s Secrets Manager.
I’m happy to inform you that a Kubernetes integration is one of our top priorities, and we’re actively working on it for upcoming releases.
Your feedback is valuable to the Bitwarden team, and we appreciate your support. If you have any more suggestions or questions, please let us know.
I work for Red Hat and I have customers that could use a kubernetes or OpenShift solution. An operator or Helm chart would be awesome.
Thanks for your time and consideration
This was a core consideration in why my organization selected 1Password over Bitwarden.
The capabilities of the 1Password Operator and Secrets Injector are very mature and are allowing my team to commit secrets configuration to source control without risk of secrets. Below is an example manifest.
Thanks, @estenrye. We appreciate the feedback and the sample manifest. Expanding integrations support is a continued product focus for Bitwarden Secrets Manager, with the Kubernetes operator being the top priority - you can expect the release in the coming months. I will update this thread as we get closer to launch.
It would be great to have a list of pending integrations on your help section (https://bitwarden.com/help/github-actions-integration/), along with approximate timelines. We’re very interested in the kubernetes integrations.