Learn about the security and privacy of your code and artifact assets in Cloud Manager.
Cloud Manager has pre-configured roles with appropriate permissions.
To learn about the possible roles you can assign in the Admin Console and user role permissions, refer to the document Role-Based Permissions.
Cloud Manager customers need their IMS credentials to authenticate as all permissions tied to Cloud Manager are tied to their IMS organizations. During the onboarding process, the provisioning team ensures that resource isolation is enforced in Cloud Manager.
Code in Cloud Manager is encrypted in transit. Binaries that Cloud Manager builds are also encrypted in transit and encrypted when stored.
Each customer gets its own git repository and code is secure and not shared with any other organizations.
Cloud Manager adheres to the privacy principles defined by Adobe. Developers push code securely into git repositories over HTTPS.
Cloud Manager’s user interface is built on top of services that comply with an Adobe common control framework that. Cloud Manager’s user interface uses secure services from several cloud providers.