Today, we’re excited to announce the full release of Terraform Cloud.
After beta testing the past few months, the Remote State Management feature of Terraform Cloud generally available today.
This blog explores Terraform features including modules, policy as code, and automated governance that organizations can use to optimize cost savings and management.
In addition to providing for more rapid deployments, Terraform has features for securing those deployments and lowering risk.This blog will cover the features you can use to improve the security posture of your infrastructure: Sentinel policy as code, Terraform module registry, and HashiCorp Vault integration.
As a follow-up to the HashiCorp Consul plus Kubernetes blog series, this blog highlights our recent work to provide first-class support for Kubernetes across HashiCorp product line.
We are excited to be part of Microsoft Ignite this year in Orlando, Florida. The HashiCorp and Microsoft partnership continues to extend and deepen so that we can offer our joint customers and users the best tools for building and running applications deployed on cloud infrastructure.
Over a decade ago, public cloud infrastructure was introduced to the market revolutionizing the speed and efficiency of software application delivery. Yet, some of the largest enterprises in the world still maintain the same practices for provisioning and managing infrastructure in their private data center as they did before the cloud revolution— operators closing developer created tickets by pointing-and-clicking in software GUI’s to provision virtual machines.