All posts by Van Phan
Consul 1.19 improves Kubernetes workflows, snapshot support, and Nomad integration
Consul 1.19 improves Kubernetes workflows, snapshot support, and Nomad integration

HashiCorp Consul 1.19 simplifies external service registration in Consul on Kubernetes, boosts Nomad support, and adds even more enhancements.

Boundary 0.16 adds aliases, MinIO storage, and improved search
Boundary 0.16 adds aliases, MinIO storage, and improved search

Boundary 0.16 improves user experience and governance by enabling simplified target connection with custom resource aliases, flexible storage options for session recordings with MinIO, and improved search and filtering.

Consul Enterprise Long-Term Support (LTS) improves operational efficiency
Consul Enterprise Long-Term Support (LTS) improves operational efficiency

HashiCorp Consul Enterprise adds Long-Term Support (LTS) releases, reducing operational overhead and risk with extended maintenance and upgrade compatibility.

Boundary 0.15 adds new lifecycle management and desktop/CLI features
Boundary 0.15 adds new lifecycle management and desktop/CLI features

HashiCorp Boundary 0.15 improves governance and end user workflows with session recording lifecycle management and UX upgrades such as target search and filtering.

Automate networking across Google Cloud runtimes with Consul and Apigee
Automate networking across Google Cloud runtimes with Consul and Apigee

Learn how to manage service-to-service communication across environments using Consul and the Apigee adapter for Envoy.

Announcing Boundary Desktop embedded terminal, LDAP support, and more
Announcing Boundary Desktop embedded terminal, LDAP support, and more

HashiCorp Boundary 0.14, with an embedded terminal in the desktop client and LDAP GA support, is now available for download as well as for use on HCP Boundary.

HCP Consul cluster peering enhances multi-cloud connectivity
HCP Consul cluster peering enhances multi-cloud connectivity

Cluster peering for HashiCorp-managed HCP Consul in AWS and Azure boosts multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud connectivity in the enterprise.

How to Connect to Kubernetes Clusters Using Boundary
How to Connect to Kubernetes Clusters Using Boundary

Here’s how to use HashiCorp Boundary to provide identity-based remote access and credential management for Kubernetes clusters.

What Can a Service Mesh Do?
What Can a Service Mesh Do?

A service mesh is a force multiplier that can do everything from service discovery to zero trust security, load balancing, multi-cloud connectivity, automation, and north-south traffic.

3 Surprising Things Consul Service Mesh Can Do
3 Surprising Things Consul Service Mesh Can Do

HashiCorp Consul has evolved into a comprehensive networking platform that bolsters zero trust networking, works well with Kubernetes, and is remarkably easy to use.

Achieving Multi-Tenancy with Consul Administrative Partitions
Achieving Multi-Tenancy with Consul Administrative Partitions

Using multiple dedicated service meshes can pose resource-inefficiency challenges — learn how HashiCorp Consul’s new Administrative Partitions can help solve them.