HashiCorp Vault 1.15 improves security by adopting Microsoft Workload Identity Federation for applications and services in Azure, Google Cloud, and GitHub.
Learn how to use Terraform to scale the adoption of artificial intelligence in a Microsoft Azure environment.
The Packer Azure plugin has migrated to the HashiCorp Go Azure SDK to address known Azure SDK deprecations and provide a consistent foundation for managing Azure infrastructure.
Learn how to manage post-deployment operations with HashiCorp Terraform and Microsoft Azure.
Learn how HashiCorp Terraform supports the deployment of Azure Linux container host for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
Learn how to use HashiCorp Terraform to deploy Azure resources using security best practices and policy as code.
HCP Vault on Microsoft Azure is now generally available and supports production workloads running on Azure.
In addition to its availability on AWS, HCP Vault can now be deployed on Microsoft Azure infrastructure.
Learn how even non-technical operators can use HashiCorp Terraform Cloud to deploy Azure resources based on Microsoft's Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF) templates.
HCP Consul on Microsoft Azure is now generally available and capable of supporting production workloads running on Azure. Get started today with a secure, resilient service mesh for connecting applications running in Azure.
Synchronize HCP Consul services as backend address pools for Microsoft Azure Application Gateway using Consul-Terraform-Sync (CTS).
The new HashiCorp Terraform Azure Stack provider 1.0 includes several provider behavior improvements, 19 new resources, and supports a new service for Key Vault.
HashiCorp has been chosen as the 2022 Microsoft US (MSUS) Partner Award winner OSS on Azure and a 2022 Microsoft OSS on Azure Partner of the Year Award finalist.
HCP Consul is becoming generally available on Azure, Consul API Gateway version 0.3 is going GA, and Consul 1.13 is due later this year.
AzureRM 3.0 brings significant parity between the Azure provider for Terraform and Azure services currently available. Review the breaking changes as you prepare to upgrade.
Learn how to achieve machine authentication to HashiCorp Vault with the Azure auth method using Microsoft Azure managed identity — and set it up with Terraform.
Learn how to configure HashiCorp Vault’s OIDC auth method to use Azure as an identity provider.
Learn how to achieve user authentication to HashiCorp Vault with OIDC using Microsoft Azure AD as a central identity provider.
Find providers in HashiCorp Terraform Cloud to help quickly spin up Kubernetes containers in Microsoft’s Azure Kubernetes Service.
Learn about the enterprise scale and Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF) Terraform modules for Azure adoption, and get a demo of the CAF module.
Learn how Vault can help you build zero trust security on Microsoft Azure with five common use cases and five best practices.
Terraform AzureAD provider Version 2.0 exclusively uses the Microsoft Graph API and has numerous schema and behavioral changes to align with the new API.
HashiCorp Consul and Nomad use Azure managed identities to authenticate against Azure in order to read tags and manage service principal information.
Secrets management with HashiCorp Vault can use Microsoft Azure managed identities to ease the operational burden of Vault cluster availability: Part 2 in a series.
Version 1.5.0 of the Terraform AzureAD provider lets you manage your Azure Active Directory resources using the Microsoft Graph API.
Learn a quick method for getting started with the Cloud Development Kit (CDK) for Terraform using TypeScript as infrastructure code and provisioning on Microsoft Azure.
See how HashiCorp Terraform and Packer can leverage of Microsoft Azure’s Managed Identities.
Read our recap of the recent updates to HCS on Azure and the latest integrations between Azure services and HashiCorp Consul, Terraform, and Vault.
HashiCorp Consul Service on Azure now offers federation between HCS datacenters as a preview feature.
HashiCorp Consul Service (HCS) on Azure can be launched directly from the Azure Portal, but you can also manage HCS using Terraform Cloud.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In our previous blog we showed how to get started with deploying HashiCorp Consul Service (HCS) on Azure and joining it to an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster. In the video above, we show how we can take Virtual Machines hosted in Microsoft Azure and bring them into the same Consul service mesh that our AKS cluster joined previously. This configuration currently requires connectivity between the Consul client nodes in the AKS and the Virtual Machine networks.
Are you a HashiCorp tools practitioner? Do you want to help shape the direction of HashiCorp Consul running in public cloud? HashiCorp Consul Service (HCS) on Azure is now available!
Along with our partner Microsoft we are proud to announce the release of version 2.0.0 of the Terraform AzureRM Provider.
Today we're pleased to announce Azure DevOps Services support for HashiCorp Terraform Cloud and HashiCorp Terraform Enterprise. This support includes the ability to link your Terraform Cloud and Enterprise workspaces to Azure DevOps-backed VCS repositories.
We are pleased to announce the new HashiCorp Consul Service (HCS) on Azure, which is now in private beta. HCS on Azure enables Microsoft Azure customers to natively provision HashiCorp-managed Consul clusters in any Azure region directly through the Azure Marketplace.
Learn to use features of Vault 1.1 including agent caching, replication, auto-unseal, and Kubernetes integration.
Announcing the new HashiCorp Terraform Provider for Azure Stack. Azure Stack enables organizations to extend the capabilities of Azure to their private, on-premise environments.
We are going to take a look at how we can create a Kubernetes cluster in Azure using the azurerm_kubernetes_cluster resource.
Now available, the new Azure Terraform Resource Provider makes it easier for Azure users to provision third party services in the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) using Terraform Providers.
We’re pleased to announce HashiCorp Terraform Enterprise is now available to run as a private installation on AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and VMware.
We're announcing the immediate deprecation of the Terraform provider for Azure ASM (Azure Service Management) in favor of the newer Azure Resource Manager (ARM) provider. The Azure ARM provider will be renamed to "Azure".
HashiCorp announced a multi-year collaboration with Microsoft to deepen support for the provisioning of Microsoft Azure cloud services with HashiCorp Terraform.
We are excited to announce Azure Resource Manager (ARM) support for HashiCorp’s core infrastructure configuration and provisioning tools, Packer and Terraform. Now all of HashiCorp's open source tools - Vagrant, Packer, Terraform, Consul, Nomad, Vault, Otto - support best practices for application delivery on Microsoft Azure. HashiCorp tools focus on workflows, not technologies. Users of our tools can apply the same workflow for infrastructure provisioning, application deployment, application maintenance, and security across all their infrastructure — both on-premises and in the cloud. As a result, enterprises save time on infrastructure management so they can commit more resources towards solving business-critical needs. Read on to learn more about the HashiCorp workflow for infrastructure automation on Microsoft Azure.