HashiConf Global 2022: From Zero Trust to No Code

Check out the highlights from HashiConf Global 2022 and watch the 40+ keynote and session recordings now live on YouTube.

More than 1,000 in-person and 9,000 virtual attendees joined us earlier this month in Los Angeles, California, for HashiConf Global to learn, share ideas, and listen to our speakers share exciting news about our products. Let’s take a moment to recap these announcements and share the session recordings — now available online.

Here are a few more stats from the conference itself:

  • 40+ keynote and technical sessions
  • 60+ HashiCorp engineers and product experts onsite
  • 4+ instructor-led onsite and virtual Learn Labs
  • 3 social events for attendees in Los Angeles

»Key Announcements

The Day 1 keynote focused on zero trust security and cloud service networking. After an overview on the state of HashiCorp from CEO Dave McJannet, our Co-Founder and CTO Armon Dadgar shared several new features and major additions to our cloud offerings on the HashiCorp Cloud Platform (HCP):

  • HCP Boundary GA: A fully managed version of HashiCorp Boundary now brings the final, human-to-machine pillar of zero trust security to HCP with secure remote access.
  • HCP Vault on Microsoft Azure: Now in public beta, HCP Vault can be deployed on Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) or Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) in addition to earlier AWS support. This marks another major milestone in the HashiCorp and Microsoft collaboration.
  • Multiple Consul announcements: These included a new Consul dataplane, cluster peering, service mesh support for AWS Lambda, service mesh on Windows VMs, and a tech preview for a new HCP-based management plane for any Consul cluster.
  • HashiCorp Developer portal for all products: After initial sections debuted at HashiConf Europe, the HashiCorp Developer website is now complete, offering documents and tutorials across our entire product portfolio.

The keynote for Day 2 focused on our infrastructure and application automation products. Again, Armon Dadgar shared updates for cloud-managed and open source products:

  • Terraform Cloud feature announcements: These included continuous validation, no-code module provisioning, native Open Policy Agent (OPA) support, and more.
  • Nomad 1.4 GA: The latest version introduced new features including service discovery improvements, ACL roles and token expiration, UI improvements, and Nomad variables — a simple, native way to store configuration and secrets for use in Nomad workloads.
  • HCP Waypoint Public Beta: A fully managed version of HashiCorp Waypoint is now available to all on HCP as a public beta. HCP Waypoint enables easy deployment, management, and observation of applications across infrastructure.

You can find the videos of all 40+ breakout sessions — several of which were available only for in-person attendees — in our HashiConf Global 2022 YouTube playlist:

»See You in 2023

Thank you to the attendees and partners who joined us from all over the world. And a big shout out to the speakers who presented their use cases on stage, and the HashiCorp employees who were on the ground meeting the community and answering questions. We could not have done it without you, and we hope to see this year’s HashiConf attendees, virtual or in-person, again next year!

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