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Press Release Nov 12, 2020

Sectigo Helps DevSecOps Teams Speed Application Deployment Securely with Five More PKI DevOps Integrations

Provides Certificate Manager Customers with Industry’s Most Comprehensive Use of Automation and Orchestration Tools

Sectigo®, a leading provider of automated digital identity management and web security solutions, today released Chef, Jenkins, JetStack Cert-Manager, Puppet, and SaltStack integrations for its certificate management platform. The new integrations, which expand upon Sectigo’s first round of DevOps integrations, seize the benefits of automation for DevOps environments and further aid DevSecOps teams in speeding application deployment by using automation to provision certificates.

Sectigo Certificate Manager, the heart of Sectigo’s Digital Identity Platform, is used by hundreds of enterprises across the globe to issue, renew, and manage certificates for their mission-critical applications. With these new integrations, IT teams benefit from a centralized management platform that can be used to enforce the security policies across the organization. In addition, if enterprises prefer, they can continue to use their DevOps tool or another PKI implementation for issuance, and still use Sectigo Certificate Manager to monitor and report on their certificate deployments.

Sectigo enforces cryptographic security policy, enables secure container communication, and future-proofs applications. Integrations with popular automation tools deliver the industry’s most comprehensive PKI solution for DevSecOps teams.

“Enterprises are dealing with reduced staff and increased workloads, making powerful automation tools for certificate management essential for DevOps teams,” said Lindsay Kent, VP of Product Management, Sectigo. “Sectigo has not only doubled integrations with leading configuration management and orchestration platforms—continuing as the CA with the most DevOps integrations—but also added a certificate management client SDK that enables teams to easily customize their automated certificate installation. Our customers can now integrate modules in GoLang, Python, Ruby, Java, with any DevOps CI/CD tools, making rapid and secure application deployment even easier.”

Sectigo Certificate Manager customers can now benefit from 14 DevOps integrations. In addition to Docker, Kubernetes, Ansible, Terraform, and HashiCorp Vault, released in fall 2019, Sectigo has delivered new integrations with four client SDKs and five additional automation and orchestration tools:

  • Chef — Chef integration helps improve automation across the enterprise IT estate and functional roles, providing an environment where a business can build, deploy, and manage any software, anywhere. Sectigo customers using Chef will benefit from multiple modes of ‘continuous automation.’
  • Jetstack Cert-Manager — Cert-Manager is a powerful, general-purpose certificate management controller for Kubernetes. The integration enables Sectigo customers to obtain certificates from a variety of issuers and ensure that they are valid and up-to-date and can renew certificates at a configured time before expiry.
  • Jenkins — This free and open-source automation server helps speed software development, testing, and deployment, facilitating continuous integration and delivery.
  • Puppet — Puppet solutions automate how Sectigo customers continuously deliver, make complaints, remediate, and manage their multi-cloud environments.
  • SaltStack — SaltStack software automates repeated system administrative and code deployment tasks, eliminating manual processes in a way that can reduce errors that occur when IT organizations configure systems. The integration helps Sectigo customers orchestrate and automate difficult IT tasks with speed and flexibility, ultimately delivering continuous security compliance, vulnerability remediation, and real IT security.

To learn more about Sectigo’s PKI for DevOps solutions visit: or listen to the popular webinar, “Unleashing Speed and Scale in DevOps,” featuring Sandy Carielli, Principal Analyst at Forrester, as well as Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo.