All posts by Justin Weissig
Announcing HCP Vault General Availability
Announcing HCP Vault General Availability

HCP Vault is now generally available on AWS. HCP Vault gives you the power and security of HashiCorp Vault, without the complexity and overhead of managing it yourself.

Announcing HashiCorp Vault 1.7
Announcing HashiCorp Vault 1.7

This release features a new Integrated Storage Autopilot feature along with production readiness for Tokenization via Transform and the Key Management Secrets Engine.

Announcing HCP Vault Public Beta
Announcing HCP Vault Public Beta

HashiCorp Vault is now available on HashiCorp Cloud Platform in public beta.

Automate Secret Injection into CI/CD Workflows with the GitHub Action for Vault
Automate Secret Injection into CI/CD Workflows with the GitHub Action for Vault

We are happy to announce that we have an officially supported HashiCorp Vault GitHub Action. GitHub Actions allow you to easily automate your CI/CD developer workflows to run actions against repositories based on triggers within GitHub. The Vault GitHub Action allows you to take advantage of secrets sourced from your HashiCorp Vault infrastructure for things like static and dynamic secrets and inject these secrets into your GitHub workflows.

Announcing HashiCorp Vault Resource Quotas
Announcing HashiCorp Vault Resource Quotas

With Vault 1.5, we added a new feature called Resource Quotas, which allows you to protect your Vault environment's stability and resource consumption in a predictable way from runaway application through the use of request rate limiting and counters.

Announcing OpenShift Support Via the HashiCorp Vault Helm Chart
Announcing OpenShift Support Via the HashiCorp Vault Helm Chart

We are excited to announce the HashiCorp Vault Helm chart has been updated with RedHat OpenShift 4.X support. We have extended the existing Helm chart to support installing and running Vault Enterprise on OpenShift.