Consul 1.17 enhances unified workflow management, reliability, scale, and security for service networking.
Consul 1.15 simplifies user onboarding, enhances troubleshooting workflows, and reduces operational complexity.
HashiCorp Consul 1.14 introduces the Consul dataplane, service mesh traffic management across cluster peers, and service failover enhancements.
HashiCorp Consul 1.14 enhances traffic management and failover, and adds a new deployment method: Consul dataplane. AWS Lambda updates and beta Windows VM support were also added.
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.
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.
Consul 1.10 can transparently intercept and redirect traffic to sidecar proxies in the service mesh to allow applications to be deployed without modification.
Kubernetes Initializer built by Ambassador Labs provides a new experience for simplifying the deployment of Ambassador and Consul in a Sandbox Kubernetes environment.
Consul 1.9 now provides OpenShift support for Kubernetes deployments with a secure-by-default configuration.
Consul 1.9 adds Custom Resource Definition support, allowing users to interact with Consul using a more Kubernetes-native experience.