All posts tagged “Azure“
Getting Started on HCS with Terraform Cloud
Getting Started on HCS with Terraform Cloud

HashiCorp Consul Service (HCS) on Azure can be launched directly from the Azure Portal, but you can also launch HCS using Terraform Cloud.

Announcing HashiCorp Consul Service on Azure Production Tier
Announcing HashiCorp Consul Service on Azure Production Tier

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.

Announcing HashiCorp Consul Service on Azure General Availability
Announcing HashiCorp Consul Service on Azure General Availability

We are pleased to announce that HashiCorp Consul Service (HCS) on Azure is now generally available. HCS on Azure enables a team to provision HashiCorp-managed Consul clusters directly through the Microsoft Azure portal. HCS on Azure clusters are preconfigured for production workloads, enabling a team to easily leverage Consul to secure the application networks within their Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) or VM-based environments while offloading the operations to HashiCorp.

Using the Terraform Foundational Policies Library with Microsoft Azure
Using the Terraform Foundational Policies Library with Microsoft Azure

This demo explores how to use the Terraform Foundational Policies Library to apply pre-written policies, in accordance with the Center for Internet Security benchmarks, on a HashiCorp configuration for Microsoft Azure.

HashiCorp Consul Service on Azure Public Beta
HashiCorp Consul Service on Azure Public Beta

We are pleased to announce that HashiCorp Consul Service (HCS) on Azure is now in public beta. HCS on Azure enables a team to provision HashiCorp-managed Consul clusters directly through the Azure Marketplace and easily leverage Consul’s service discovery and service mesh features within their Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) or VM-based application environments.

Migrating Application Traffic between VMs and Kubernetes with HCS on Azure
Migrating Application Traffic between VMs and Kubernetes with HCS on Azure

Learn how to migrate application workloads from VMs into Kubernetes by leveraging Consul and its L7 Traffic Management features. By establishing a common service mesh between both runtime platforms, we enable the ability to take a policy0driven approach to security and application communications.