Recently, we released a new hands-on tutorial for Securing Consul and Registered Services on Kubernetes using the official HashiCorp Consul Helm chart for Kubernetes.
In this tutorial, you will:
Consul has a set of features to support first-class integration with Kubernetes. The official Helm Chart simplifies the deployment and maintenance of Consul on Kubernetes. The
manageSystemACLs features along with Consul intentions, enable a low touch security configuration process.
In addition to enhanced features, the integration extends the scalability and simplicity of Consul to Kubernetes. Consul is a universal service mesh that can securely connect services within and beyond Kubernetes, creating a seamless experience.
Try the new HashiCorp Learn tutorial on a local Kubernetes cluster.
We are pleased to announce the availability of the HashiCorp Consul Service (HCS) on Azure Production tier. The new offering enables a user to deploy production grade Consul clusters directly from the Microsoft Azure portal.
Learn about the advanced features of HashiCorp's Consul service mesh that are valuable to both infrastructure operators and developers.
When multiple teams use Consul, it becomes difficult to correlate manually managed policies with the identity accessing it. In this blog, we'll show you an automated method to ensure least-privilege access to Consul using Terraform and Vault.