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Service Mesh Made Easy

A distributed service mesh to connect, secure, and configure services across any runtime platform and public or private cloud.

Service-based networking for dynamic infrastructure

Static Infrastructure

Managing connectivity between microservices while safeguarding service traffic in a dynamic infrastructure is challenging in the cloud era.

Traditional Approach

  • Load balancers to create artificial static IPs
  • Firewall sprawl to constrict service traffic
  • Configuration management to deploy services

Dynamic Infrastructure

HashiCorp Consul provides a distributed service networking layer to connect, secure and configure services across any runtime platform.

Consul Approach

  • Service Discovery for connectivity
  • Service Segmentation for security
  • Service Configuration for runtime configuration

Consul Case Studies

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Delivering network as a service in a heterogeneous environment

Bloomberg builds a service discovery platform to connect more than 20000 nodes across a complex and diverse environment. The platform allows thousands of developers to register and connect their applications with each other in a self-service manner.

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Tackling the multi-cloud networking challenges

Connecting microservices in a multi-cloud environment is challenging. Consul provides Thomson Reuters an automated approach to track services running across multiple clouds, route traffic to healthy instances, and orchestrate real-time changes in a single place.

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A journey to service mesh

How Consul helps Criteo evolve from bare metal machines with load balancers to containers with service mesh to reduce cost, decrease application latency, improve security and avoid costly software development efforts.

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Consul Principles

API-Driven

Codify and automate service definitions, health checks, service authorization policies, failover logic, and more.

  1. $ curl http://localhost:8500/v1/kv/deployment
  2. [
  3. {
  4. "LockIndex": 1,
  5. "Session": "1c3f5836-4df4-0e26-6697-90dcce78acd9",
  6. "Value": "Zm9v",
  7. "Flags": 0,
  8. "Key": "deployment",
  9. "CreateIndex": 13,
  10. "ModifyIndex": 19
  11. }
  12. ]

Run and Connect Anywhere

Connect services across any runtime platform and public or private cloud. Connect services from Kubernetes to VMs, Containers to Serverless functions.

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Extend and Integrate

  • Provision clusters on any infrastructure.
  • Connect to services over TLS via proxy integrations.
  • Serve TLS certificates with pluggable Certificate Authorities.
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Consul Open Source and Enterprise Features

Learn more about service discovery, service segmentation and service configuration features with Consul Open Source and operations, governance, and multi-datacenter features with Consul Enterprise

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