The latest news and announcements about HashiCorp, our products, and our ecosystem, as well as voices from across our community.Subscribe to RSS
Our inaugural cloud strategy survey reveals that multi-cloud is now the new normal, driven by digital transformation, with skill shortages, security, and COVID having complex impacts.
HashiCorp Boundary 0.6 and Boundary Desktop 1.3.0 add Linux support for Boundary Desktop, permissions enforcement improvements throughout the admin console, and Terraform provider support for managed group configuration.
Compliance-driven network infrastructure automation with Consul-Terraform-Sync 0.3 is now generally available for HashiCorp Terraform Enterprise.
Vault 1.8 offers a new Vault Diagnose command, Key Management secrets engine AWS GA support, updates to Integrated Storage Autopilot, and more.
Terraform 1.0 — now generally available — marks a major milestone for interoperability, ease of upgrades, and maintenance for your automation workflows.
Learn how to use best practices-based modules to build production-grade Terraform deployments on AWS.
Explore the pros and cons of five different ways to manage credentials and other secrets in Terraform Cloud & Enterprise.
The latest release of CDK for Terraform includes TypeScript unit testing via Jest, improved handling of native Terraform functions, and Bash and zsh shell completion.
If you want to know what’s really happening in the cloud, you have to follow the money. Here’s what we learned from the 2021 HashiCorp State of Cloud Strategy Survey.
The inaugural HashiCorp State of Cloud Strategy survey highlights the importance — and the surprising complexity — of security issues in cloud and multi-cloud adoption.
According to the HashiCorp State of Cloud Strategy Survey, software companies and telcos lead in getting value from cloud and multi-cloud, while the public sector lags.
From maturity to security, take a closer look at the networking and service mesh trends uncovered in the new HashiCorp State of Cloud Strategy Survey.
Learn about our approach to developer advocacy, from choosing Developer Advocates to represent and engage our community, to how we approach the work.
See the results of the HashiCraft Holiday Hackathon.
Follow along with our new education engineer as he dives into HashiCorp Consul for the first time.
We will be organizing a HashiCraft Holidays Hackstravaganza where you and your fellow tinkerers can use your creativity to showcase one or more of our products in creative and unexpected ways.