Different workflows for different applications and providers. Bottlenecks from manual intervention between developers, operators, and security.
One workflow across technologies. Developers, operators, and security are independent, aligned, and empowered through automation.
DevOps is a holistic organizational movement to align and empower developers, operators, and security to deliver applications faster. Infrastructure that enables DevOps defines Infrastructure as Code, focuses on Workflows, not Technologies, and is Modular & Open.
Codification enables collaboration and automation. Define Infrastructure as Code across development, operations, and security — deployment logic, infrastructure configurations, and security policies.
One workflow to deploy and secure any application on any resource provider. Apply validation in the workflow to comply with policy and reduce mistakes.
DevOps infrastructure is a path, not a platform. It must be Modular & Open to support modern datacenters with technologies from different decades.
The DevOps Infrastructure Suite to bridge the past and future one step at a time.
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HashiCorp enterprise products provide collaboration, validation, and automation features above our open source tools.
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Packer is a tool for creating images for platforms such as Amazon AWS, OpenStack, VMware, VirtualBox, Docker, and more — all from a single source configuration.
Common use cases for Packer include creating appliances, pre-baking deployment images, packaging applications, and testing configuration management scripts.
Terraform is a tool for creating, combining, and managing infrastructure resources across multiple providers. Manage resources on cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, DNS records on DNSimple, Dyn, and CloudFlare, email services on Mailgun, and more.