Aug 06 2019|Justin Weissig
This week we're releasing an official Helm Chart for Vault. Using the Helm Chart, you can start a Vault cluster running on Kubernetes in just minutes. This Helm chart will also be the primary mechanism for setting up future roadmapped Vault and Kubernetes features. By using the Helm chart, you can greatly reduce the complexity of running Vault on Kubernetes, and it gives you a repeatable deployment process in less time (vs rolling your own).
Aug 05 2019|Mitch Pronschinske
2019 saw the return of HashiConf EU, a three-day, two-track European conference complete with training, talks, and major product announcements. Today, we are pleased to share 25 different videos of our HashiConf EU keynotes and breakout sessions.
Jul 17 2019|Burzin Patel
HashiCorp is pleased to announce an extension of the multi-year collaboration agreement signed with Microsoft in 2017. This blog explains some of the details and results from the last agreement.
Jul 09 2019|The Consul Team
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.
Jul 02 2019|Jana Boruta
This September we are excited to bring HashiConf, HashiCorp’s fifth annual and flagship community conference, to Seattle. With 40+ sessions, 12 in-depth trainings, product releases, and the chance to connect with HashiCorp engineers and product experts, we hope that you will find this year's conference schedule as inspiring as the many members that make up the community itself.
Jul 01 2019|The Consul Team
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.
Jun 27 2019|Geoffrey Grosenbach
In a few weeks, HashiCorp staff will join infrastructure operators, administrators, developers, and practitioners in Amsterdam for HashiConf EU, including one full day dedicated to product training. Every course has been updated for recent features to give you a hands-on experience that will help you become confident using HashiCorp infrastructure automation tools.
Jun 20 2019|Amith Nair
HashiCorp will be a sponsor at the AWS re:Inforce conference in Boston happening June 25-26, 2019. In this blog, we explore how HashiCorp Vault helps secure AWS environments using principles from the Cloud Operating Model.
Jun 05 2019|Preetha Appan
We are pleased to announce the availability of Hashicorp Nomad 0.9.2, which enables developers and operators to easily interact with task environments, run allocation lifecycle management commands, and configure canary-based deployments to auto-promote. This release also adds preemption capabilities for service and batch jobs to Nomad Enterprise.
Jun 04 2019|Rosemary Wang
In this post, we'll look at how we can use Terraform 0.12, the Kubernetes provider, and the Helm provider to deploy services to Kubernetes clusters. From Kubernetes ExternalDNS to Consul Helm charts, we can use Terraform to pass attributes from infrastructure to Kubernetes services and manage deployment configuration.
Jun 03 2019|Mitchell Hashimoto
Today we’re announcing the HashiCorp Community Portal, a single source for all members of our community to learn, share, and discuss HashiCorp products.
The community portal includes a new discussion forum, video content, product guides, local in-person events (HashiCorp User Groups), and more. We recognize that individuals want to engage with the community in different ways at different moments and the community portal is meant to reflect this.
May 23 2019|The Consul Team
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.
May 21 2019|Nic Jackson
Today at KubeCon EU in Barcelona, Microsoft introduced a new specification the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) for implementing service mesh providers into Kubernetes environments. This blog explains how Consul fits into this new specification and how it can be used for Kubernetes environments.