Config Management V3 Subscribers
If you have migrated your Configuration Schema to V3, you will be able to upload your certificates via our Certificates section. Once uploaded, you can reference them in the property details in your configuration.
We support Domain, Organization, and Extended Validation which are tied to openSSL's adoption of TLS versions and cypher suites.
Uploading your first SSL Certificate and referencing it within a property definition
To begin using our Certificate Management self-service, you will need to have certificate files issued from your Certificate Authority in PEM format. When requesting your certificate, be sure to anticipate the property aliases you will want it to cover.
Once you have your domain SSL certificate in hands, you can:
- Proceed to the Certificates tab of My Services>Caching, click Add Certificate and provide a unique name for it. Give it a name that holds meaning for you and your team. After it is uploaded, we display it’s status and validity window, however the host names are not. And indication on the hosts it covers embedded in the name might be useful.
- Upload or paste your certificate PEM objects. PEM is a base64 encoded file format. They always start and end with 5 dashes, exp. “----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----[encoded blob]-----END CERTIFICATE-----”. Your certificate authority will have provided you with:
- A certificate in PEM format
- A private key in PEM format, if encrypted, you will need to provide the password upon upload
- Optionally, an intermediate certificates bundle