Certificate Manager overview
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Certificate Manager overview

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Available in Classic and VPC

Certificate Manager is a service that enables you to register and manage certificates in linked services (Load Balancer, CDN+, etc.).


A variety of features Certificate Manager offers

Please see below for detailed descriptions about the variety of features that Certificate Manager offers.

  • Certificate registration and service linking: The public SSL certificate can be registered and applied to linked services (Load Balancer, CDN+, etc.)
  • Providing certificate information: Certificates can be efficiently managed, since various information on the registered certificate is provided.
  • Certificate expiration notification: A notification (SMS/e-mail) is sent every 5 days, from 30 days before the expiration date of the registered certificate.

About Certificate Manager guide

Certificate Manager provides an integrated service in Korea, U.S., Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, and Germany region. The content of the services provided in theses region are the same. Please check the following table of contents and their details for smooth use of Certificate Manager.

NAVER Cloud Platform provides a variety of related resources as well as the guide to help customers better understand Certificate Manager. If you are a developer or marketer in need of detailed information while you are considering adopting Certificate Manager or establishing data related policies, then please make good use of the resources below.

  • Improvement in comprehension and usage methods for Certificate Manager

  • Guides for linked services of Certificate Manager

    • Sub Account Guide: How to use Sub Account that helps Certificate Manager management and operation permissions management
    • Resource Manager Guide: How to view and manage certificates registered in Certificate Manager
    • Load Balancer Guide: How to create HTTPS protocol application Load Balancer using the certificate registered in Certificate Manager
    • CDN+ Guide: How to apply for HTTPS protocol CDN+ using the certificate registered in Certificate Manager
    • Image Optimizer Guide: How to create a project with HTTPS protocol CDN setting using the certificate registered in Certificate Manager

Check FAQs first.

You can get your questions answered quickly by referring to the FAQ before reading the guide. If you haven't found the answer to your question in the FAQ below, then search the guide for what you would like to know.

Q. What should I do to view the certificate file using openssl?

  • You can view the PEM file by executing the following command.
    • Command to check the .pem certificate file
      openssl x509 -noout -text -in certificate.pem
  • PKCS #7 files or CRT files can be viewed after converted to PEM files through the following command.
    • Command to convert a PKCS #7 (.p7b) file to a PEM (.pem) file

      openssl pkcs7 -print_certs -in certificate.p7b -out certificate.cer
    • Command to convert a CRT(.crt) file to a PEM(.pem) file

      openssl x509 -in cert.crt -out cert.pem

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