We recently released HashiCorp Consul 1.0.7 which includes a number of features and improvements. Some highlights from the release include Service metadata, GZIP compression in HTTP responses, and more.
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In this blog post, we'll show how Terraform can create a running instance of Discourse on DigitalOcean in one command. Following the release of Terraform 0.2, we wanted to publish the first of several examples of using Terraform to automate the creation and management of infrastructure. Terraform is abstract, so it can be hard to grasp and understand it's capabilities without seeing and using it in a real world example. Even if you don't intend to keep Discourse running, this may be a good chance to learn more about Terraform.
A primary goal of Vagrant is not only to provide easy-to-use development environments, but also to make it easy to share and collaborate on these environments. With Vagrant 1.5, we're introducing a feature that will allow you to share your running Vagrant environment with anyone, on any network connected to the internet. We're calling this feature 'Vagrant Share.' This feature lets you share a link to your web server to a teammate across the country, or just across the office. It'll feel like they're accessing a normal website, but actually they'll be talking directly to your running Vagrant environment. They'll be able to see any changes you make, as you make them, in real time. With Vagrant Share, others can not only access your web server, they can access your Vagrant environment like it was any other machine on a local network. They can have access to any and every port. Read on for a demo and more details.