Jun 26 2020|Chang Li
Bowery, a Google-backed modern farming startup, shares their story about how Nomad powers their data engineers to optimize the production process from germination to harvest. Nomad made it possible for Bowery to deploy a Nomad client at each edge location and build one single cluster across their distributed and hybrid infrastructures. It also helped the teams to automate and standardize their application deployment workflow.
Jun 22 2020|Mitchell Hashimoto
Today we are pleased to announce the HashiCorp Cloud Platform (HCP), a fully managed cloud offering to automate deployment of HashiCorp products on any cloud provider.
Our first HCP service — HCP Consul — is now in private beta with support for AWS. HCP Vault will follow next. Get early access here.
Jun 22 2020|Yishan Lin
Nomad 0.12 introduces our breakthrough Multi-Cluster Deployment feature, which makes Nomad the first and only orchestrator on the market with complete and fully-supported federation capabilities for production. This release also delivers 15+ new and powerful features with thematic emphasis on application deployment flexibility and operator maintainability at scale.
Jun 18 2020|Nic Jackson
Vault 1.4 Enterprise introduced a new secrets engine called Transform. This post shows you how to implement Transform secrets into a simple API; source code is provided for both the Java and Go programming languages.
Jun 18 2020|Neena Pemmaraju
We are pleased to announce the general availability of HashiCorp Consul 1.8. Consul is a multi-cloud service networking platform to connect and secure services across any runtime platform and public or private cloud.
Jun 18 2020|Blake Covarrubias
In Consul 1.8, we introduced terminating gateways. These gateways can be leveraged to enable mesh-based services to securely communicate with services residing outside of the service mesh. Read this blog to learn more about this new feature.
Jun 17 2020|Chris Piraino, Kyle Havlovitz, Rebecca Zanzig, David Yu
The ingress gateway capability in Consul 1.8 provides operators a quick and easy ingress solution for external services to communicate with services inside the Consul service mesh and start transitioning services to it. This blog will provide a walkthrough that illustrates how Ingress Gateways work in practice.
Jun 15 2020|Justin Weissig
We are excited to announce that HashiCorp Vault Enterprise has successfully completed product compatibility validations for both VMware vSphere and NetApp ONTAP. Vault Enterprise can be used as a flexible, very cost-effective, and scalable external key manager solution using the built in Key Management Interoperability Protocol (or KMIP) standard for securing and encrypting the storage systems.
Jun 13 2020|Amanda Perino
HashiConf Digital, our first fully digital community conference, will take place in just a couple of weeks from June 22-24, 2020. The program is packed with product updates, keynotes, technical sessions, workshops, and community connections all delivered through a new digital conference platform.
Jun 10 2020|Paul Tyng
As previously announced, we recently took over support for the Visual Studio Code (VS Code) extension for Terraform by Mikael Olenfalk and open sourced a Terraform Language Server. The VS Code extension is one of the most popular editor extensions for Terraform, with over 600,000 installs from in the Visual Studio Marketplace. As part of this initiative, we are excited to announce the first HashiCorp release for the Visual Studio Code extension. There are two main features in this release: Usage of the HashiCorp Terraform Language Server and Terraform 0.12 syntax support.
May 26 2020|Aareet Shermon, Phil Sautter & Alex Somesan
We are pleased to announce the alpha release of a new version of the Kubernetes Provider for HashiCorp Terraform. The kubernetes-alpha provider lets you package, deploy, and manage all Kubernetes resources, including Custom Resource Definitions, using HashiCorp Configuration Language (HCL).
May 20 2020|Robin Norwood
Configure and use run triggers with Terraform Cloud or Terraform Enterprise by following a new hands-on tutorial. You will set up a run trigger between an example set of workspaces to deploy a network and application in sequence.
May 14 2020|Nicole Hubbard
In Consul 1.8, we introduced three new service mesh features ingress, terminating, and WAN federation via mesh gateways. In this blog, we're going to explain how WAN federation can be used to connect multiple Kubernetes clusters across various environments.
May 13 2020|Sarah Hersh
You can now sign into Learn with your GitHub account and experience single sign-on between Learn and the Community forum. As an authenticated user, you can save your favorite hands-on tutorials for future reference.