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The IBM Cloud Certificate Manager service helps you manage and deploy SSL/TLS certificates for your apps and services. Certificate Manager provides you with a secure repository for your certificates and their associated private keys, and helps prevent outages by sending you notifications when your certificates are about to expire.

Active Administrator for Certificate Management enables IT administrators to manage the complete lifecycle of digital certificates using a single console to find certificates, alert on expiring certificates, recover deleted certificates and deploy certificates to new servers, ensuring encrypted communications and transactions stay secure.

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IBM Cloud Certificate Manager is ranked 7th in Certificate Management Software while Quest Active Administrator for Certificate Management is ranked 8th in Certificate Management Software. IBM Cloud Certificate Manager is rated 0.0, while Quest Active Administrator for Certificate Management is rated 0.0. On the other hand, IBM Cloud Certificate Manager is most compared with AWS Certificate Management, whereas Quest Active Administrator for Certificate Management is most compared with .

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