Consul Enterprise supports VMware's new open source specification to facilitate service mesh federation between multiple mesh technologies. Read the blog to learn more.
We're really excited to announce the general availability of Consul 1.6.0. Consul is a multi-cloud service networking platform to connect and secure services across any runtime platform and public or private cloud. This release is focused on several major new features for Consul Connect, Consul's service mesh solution, inlcuding Layer 7 traffic management and mesh gateways.
In this blog, we walked you through the steps required to perform Canary deployments using traffic splitting and resolution at Layer 7. This feature is included in the newly released Consul 1.6. Read this step-by-step post to learn more.
We are excited to announce the beta release of HashiCorp Consul 1.6. Consul is a multi-cloud service networking platform to connect and secure services across any runtime platform and public or private cloud. Consul 1.6 is focused on building a full-featured service mesh which supports multi-region and multi-cloud scale, with new major features including Layer 7 capabilities and mesh gateway.
In the recent releases there were many updates to the Consul UI. Some of these might have gone unnoticed, but make a big impact on the user experience of the UI. In this article we will explore the changes made to the UI in the recent updates and take a look at what is coming in future updates.
We are publishing a series of blog posts to discuss the core use cases of service mesh. In this blog we will take a closer look at observability and how to enable the new L7 observability features of Consul Connect that are included in the recent Consul 1.5 release.