HashiCorp Consul helps platform operators quickly deploy a secure, resilient service mesh.
Gain real-time health status and location information for all services.
Consul’s deny-all policy only allows communication from explicitly authorized services, keeping all service-to-service communication mutually authenticated and encrypted.
Implement a service mesh for managing service-to-service traffic on infrastructure that’s backed by HashiCorp experts and reliability.
Use Helm to install Consul clients into your own environment and connect them to Consul servers.Learn more
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Organizations adopting Kubernetes want to observe, secure, and automate the connections between pods and clusters. Consul on Kubernetes provides a scalable and highly resilient platform for microservices. Consul supports any Kubernetes runtime including hosted solutions like EKS, AKS, GKE, and OpenShift.
Consul acts as a centralized registry that discovers, tracks, and monitors your services regardless of the underlying runtimes, platform, or infrastructure. Consul can be your single source of truth for cataloging and maintaining a record of all your services across multiple disparate teams.
A core component of HashiCorp’s zero trust security solution, Consul uses identity-based access to automatically deny service-to-service communication unless authorized explicitly on an as-needed basis. All authorized communication within the service mesh is mutually authenticated with TLS certificates and encrypted in transit.
Consul simplifies cloud security automation on fully managed infrastructure. Get started for free and pay only for what you use.
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