Watch all 30+ videos HashiConf Europe 2021 with these on-demand videos of all the keynotes, sessions, and customer presentations.
HashiConf Europe 2021 will be remembered for the release of Terraform 1.0. But the virtual conference also featured plenty of other impactful announcements and insights: the announcement of HCP Packer, updates to the core HashiCorp Cloud Platform, porting Vagrant to Go, a roadmap to Packer 2.0, and new Terraform Cloud features.
We have over 30 videos sharing details on those announcements and much more, including case studies, interviews, best practices, and benchmarks. All of the videos are presented below, and many of them already include full transcripts (the rest of the transcripts will be available soon).
But before you dive into the sessions, check out this short recap video highlighting the best of HashiConf Europe 2021:
Videos of keynotes, product updates, and news announcements:
After some brief remarks from CEO Dave McJannet on the state of HashiCorp, Co-founder and CTO Mitchell Hashimoto tells the story of Terraform from inception all the way to the big announcement of Terraform 1.0, which marks a major milestone for interoperability, ease of upgrades, and maintenance. Terraform 1.0 also comes with a promise of stability and backward compatibility up until at least version 2.0. (For context, check out this infographic illustrating the road to Terraform 1.0.) (Transcript available)
Co-founder and CTO Armon Dadgar concludes the keynote by announcing several visibility and extensibility enhancements to Terraform Cloud, including workspace overviews, public module curation in the private module registry, and run checks.
In this keynote, Armon announces expanded capabilities in HCP for networking, single sign-on, and more. He also reveals that HCP will add support for new configurations of HashiCorp Consul and Vault in the coming months.
Lead Packer Engineer Megan Marsh also joins the keynote to announce HCP Packer, a new cloud service designed to bridge the gap between image creation and deployment with image-management workflows. The service will be available for beta testing in the coming months, so sign up now. (Transcript available)
Terraform and Consul product managers discuss Day 0, Day 1, and Day 2 activities around infrastructure provisioning and share strategies for dynamically updating network infrastructure using Consul-Terraform-Sync. (Transcript available)
HashiCorp Nomad and Consul product managers explain how we're trying to create a clear path for developers with Nomad, Consul, and HashiCorp Waypoint to simplify orchestration, progressive delivery, and release management integrations. (Transcript available)
Product and Engineering leadership from the Security product line at HashiCorp lay out our vision for identity-driven security and networking controls with a high-quality user experience using Vault, HashiCorp Boundary, and Consul. (Transcript available)
Boundary Product Manager Pete Pacent demos how Boundary, in conjunction with the rest of HashiCorp projects, can help manage the access lifecycle for ephemeral resources to create secure, just-in-time access.
Waypoint Engineer Rae Krantz provides an introduction, updates, and roadmap for the Waypoint project. (Transcript available)
Megan Marsh explains recent changes to Packer that support easier adoption of community plugins and discusses upcoming milestones on the path to Packer 2.0.
HashiCorp Vagrant engineers announce the product’s migration to a Go code base and explain how it will retain support for Ruby-based Vagrantfiles and Vagrant plugins while enabling new development workflows, environments, and ecosystems. For further details you can also read our blog: Toward Vagrant 3.0 (Transcript available)
Videos of talks and sessions covering where and how customers use HashiCorp products.
Get a deep dive into the architectural patterns that Starbucks used to build secret and identity management capabilities for 100,000+ retail edge devices. You can also watch another Starbucks case study from a previous HashiConf here: Terraform at Starbucks: Infrastructure as Code for Software Engineers.
Developers write better code when they can properly observe production systems. Here’s how Vodafone used Terraform to enable self-service observability for all its developers.
Large retailer MediaMarktSaturn uses Terraform Enterprise to drive proactively compliant infrastructure consumption across 70 teams.
Learn how G-Research, an institutional research and brokerage firm, uses Vault to secure the self-service GitOps delivery of 1000+ Vault namespaces using Jenkins, Kubernetes, and Terraform, reducing the dependency on the identity access management (IAM) team.
Decathlon, a global retailer, made the move from open source Terraform to Terraform Enterprise to improve security, collaboration, and to speed up its cloud journey. There are some great lessons learned here for those scaling their Terraform usage. Also, be sure to read Decathlon’s complete Terraform and Vault case study on the HashiCorp website.
Italian bank BPS is addressing the long-standing challenge of dealing with secrets in application architectures. The company provides several takeaways for you to learn from its experience.
Operators often assume that setting up Vault has to be a mostly manual process, but the engineers at Form3 created a repeatable process you can use to automate the setup of Vault using Terraform. (Transcript available)
Learn about the process Sky Betting & Gaming uses to allow developers to seamlessly grab dynamic credentials from Vault without having to specify which credentials they need. You can also watch previous HashiConf talks from Sky Betting & Gaming: How We Accelerated Our Vault Adoption With Terraform and Oh No! I Deleted My Vault Secret! (Transcript available)
Learn how Conductor uses Nomad to drive industry-leading compute scale that enables visual-effects studios to render massive amounts of content on the cloud.
See how the Internet Archive moved more than 100 deployments from Kubernetes to Nomad/Consul clusters with the help of GitLab and a 2-line
Banco Santander, a Spanish financial service company, is doing research into cryptocurrency and blockchain. In this talk, the bank’s engineers demonstrate a pair of plugins for Vault: Linkable Ring Signatures and Ethereum Signer/Signature Adapter. (Transcript available)
Here are the demos and presentations from the remaining presenters from HashiCorp and our community:
Learn how Boundary was designed from the ground up for differentiated security, simplicity, and extensibility.
Learn about the many different progressive delivery patterns you can implement using a Consul service mesh.
Developer Advocate Rob Barnes outlines how the service mesh pattern, identity-based access management, and secrets management can help improve your security posture. (Transcript available)
In this demo session, see the features of Terraform 1.0 in action and see the updates in Terraform Cloud as well.
A recap of all the stability work done to get Terraform 1.0 across the finish line.
At HashiCorp, we want to make Terraform Cloud the single source of truth for your infrastructure, with an exceptional design and workflow experience. Hear from our Engineering, Product, and Design (EPD) team about how they built and polished the UX for Terraform Cloud. You’ll also get a peek at some of the latest updates in action. (Transcript available)
Learn about some uncommon Nomad use cases that challenge standard Nomad autoscaling assumptions and find out more about the solutions for those cases.
Get practical recommendations for using Nomad to achieve greater practitioner sustainability and better quality of life for operators.
Azure calls the concept "BYOK," or “bring your own key.” AWS calls them customer-managed encryption keys. But in essence, with the Key Management Secret Engine, Vault can now become your root of trust outside of the cloud providers’ control. See how the Key Management Secret Engine works.
Watch this session to learn about HCP Consul's new Federation feature, which provides multi-region service networking.
Take a deeper look at our recent Consul Global Scale Benchmark, in which Consul scaled to update ~170,000 service instances running on 10,000 nodes in less than half a second. This talk explains the testbench and what we learned.
This talk discusses joint solutions developed by HashiCorp and GitLab for keeping delivery and infrastructure management workflows in lockstep.
Vicki Cheung was previously a senior staff software engineer at Lyft, the head of infrastructure and a founding engineer at Open AI, and a founding engineer at Duolingo. Join HashiCorp's Nic Jackson and Anubhav Mishra as they sit down with Vicki (and her cat) for a fireside chat.
We’re extremely grateful to our speakers for creating so many insightful sessions at HashiConf Europe 2021. We know these sessions take a great deal of work, but it’s worth it because the community gains so much knowledge from this content. So, again, thank you!
Finally, if you’re already itching for even more content, be sure to add HashiConf Global to your calendar on October 19-22, 2021. The conference will also be completely digital and for the first time, we will be rebroadcasting it for viewers in the Asia Pacific region. We look forward to having you join us.
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