HashiCorp Cloud Platform adds new AWS region support for HCP Vault and HCP Consul in the U.S. as well as regions in Canada and Japan for the first time.
The new global management plane for Consul is now available as a free public beta. Try it out to gain full visibility for both self-managed and HCP Consul clusters.
In addition to its availability on AWS, HCP Vault can now be deployed on Microsoft Azure infrastructure.
HashiCorp Boundary is now available as a managed service on the HashiCorp Cloud Platform in free public beta to standardize secure remote access to critical infrastructure regardless of where it resides.
HashiCorp expands MFA support across open source and all HCP Vault tiers, previously available only through Vault Enterprise.
New integrations with Datadog, Grafana Cloud, and Splunk offer pre-built dashboards for usage and performance monitoring in HCP Vault.
HashiCorp Vault now supports more than 100 integrations with 75 partners, including Cisco, Datadog, F5, MongoDB, Palo Alto Networks, Red Hat, ServiceNow, and Snowflake.
Vault can now integrate with ServiceNow for credential management with the Vault Credential Resolver integration now available in the ServiceNow App Store.
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The HashiCorp Vault Helm chart has achieved Red Hat OpenShift Certification to help OpenShift users more readily deploy secrets management on Kubernetes.
HashiConf Europe speakers from Starbucks and Roblox share how they leverage HashiCorp Vault, Consul, and Boundary to create a zero trust security model.