The current implementation allows for one active API key at a time. In order to keep things secure, it is suggested that the key is rotated on a schedule. However, in order to do so, you must deactivate the existing key when creating a new one. This would, in many implementations, create downtime. That is a noted issue here: https://knowledge.hubspot.com/integrations/how-do-i-get-my-hubspot-api-key
"While this may create downtime and require effort, it adds a layer of security by..."
For some implementations, including ours, where this key must be updated across several servers, this is not ideal.
I'd like to see the ability to have at least 2 API keys allowed at a time. This would allow us to create a new API key and roll out the new one without affecting any live integrations. Then once the new API key has been rolled out, we can deactivate the old one.
I found a related idea (https://community.hubspot.com/t5/APIs-Integrations/Multiple-API-Key-needed/m-p/292462) and I'll upvote that and it's related ticket in the approved solution, but I'm not sure it covers the exact same scenario.
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