Consul 1.17 enhances unified workflow management, reliability, scale, and security for service networking.
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Consul 1.17 beta enhances simplified workflow management, reliability, scale, and security for service networking. HCP Consul Central adds global visibility and control.
Consul 1.16 adds new reliability, scalability, security, service mesh UX, extensibility, and service discovery capabilities.
The HCP Consul management plane now offers deeper insights to your Consul deployments via cloud-based observability and seamlessly links new and existing self-managed Consul clusters.
HCS on Azure has been deprecated. HCP Consul on Azure is the preferred way to run your HashiCorp Consul clusters on Microsoft Azure.
Consul 1.15 simplifies user onboarding, enhances troubleshooting workflows, and reduces operational complexity.
HashiCorp Consul support for AWS Lambda is now generally available, enabling services in the mesh to invoke Lambda serverless functions.
HashiCorp Consul 1.14 introduces the Consul dataplane, service mesh traffic management across cluster peers, and service failover enhancements.
This release enhances a number of features in Consul while adding such new features as a Consul on Kubernetes CNI plugin and a beta version of cluster peering.
A service mesh like HashiCorp Consul can be an essential part of applying zero trust security principles to modern, complex, Kubernetes deployments.
HashiCorp Consul has evolved into a comprehensive networking platform that bolsters zero trust networking, works well with Kubernetes, and is remarkably easy to use.
Cluster peering in Consul 1.13 offers a whole new model of how Consul handles cross-cluster federation.
HCP Consul is becoming generally available on Azure, Consul API Gateway version 0.3 is going GA, and Consul 1.13 is due later this year.
This release strengthens zero trust security architecture by leveraging HashiCorp Vault to reduce secrets sprawl and automate server TLS certificate rotation.
HashiCorp Consul 1.11 adds important new features: multi-tenancy with administrative partitions, new installation-and-management Consul Kubernetes CLI, and Vault integration on Consul Kubernetes.