We're open sourcing How HashiCorp Works, a website that describes HashiCorp's individual, team, and company-wide best practices.
There's no one right way to work remotely. This blog shares stories of HashiCorp employees and their different remote working styles.
We’re pleased to announce HashiCorp Terraform Enterprise is now available to run as a private installation on AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and VMware.
"We initially rolled our own solution for infrastructure CI and deployment. As the team grew, our homebrew solution struggled to centrally manage configuration, Terraform state, and access control," said Chris Lonnen, Internal Systems Architect at...
Bol.com is the largest online retailer in the Netherlands and Belgium offering, as of May, a catalog of 9.3 million products to its 5.4 million customers. Powering the online shopping experience is a collection of more than 130 different applications and services that all need to work together. The bol.com team is constantly looking for ways to improve; a mission which has taken us from a collection of several software monoliths to a service-oriented architecture. Recently, we decided to start using HashiCorp's Consul for dynamic service discovery. In our previous setup a configuration update would take 15 to 20 minutes before the changes propagated across the system. Using Consul, these are now made in near real-time which enables us to develop more resilient software systems, faster.
Neofonie GmbH is a German software company with offices in Berlin and Hamburg. The firm is a solution and full-service provider specializing on portals, search, social media, e-publishing and mobile applications. With a range of clients and services, Neofonie works in highly complex, fast-changing environments. Neofonie uses a three-stage continuous delivery pipeline which uses Consul as a foundation to safely move applications between environments.