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A Juju credential represents a collection of authentication material (like username & password, or client id & secret key) that is specific to a cloud and that allows Juju to interact with that cloud. A credential is managed by means of a user-defined name—the credential name. Juju credentials can be created for either the Juju client—client credentials—or the Juju controller—controller credentials or both.

Clouds can have one or more sets of credentials associated with them. Each model created in Juju is associated with a cloud/credential pair for the model to create resources on the underlying cloud. For more information on models see Model.

A client credential and a controller credential have also been called a “local” credential and, respectively, a “remote” credential.

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