HashiCorp Consul provides organizations with identity-based service networking for service discovery, secure communication, and network automation across multiple cloud and runtime environments.
Consul provides a dynamic service directory for multi-cloud, Kubernetes, VMs, and on-premises environments to enable service registration, discovery, and monitoring.
Consul's service mesh ensures secure and authorized service-to-service communication, offering encryption, observability, and resilience for application traffic.
Consul automates complex networking tasks like load balancers, firewalls, gateways, VPNs, and more to streamline application deployment and Day 2 operations.
Consul enables scalable service networking solutions for organizations dealing with challenges of networking across multiple datacenters while ensuring global visibility and control.
Accelerate service deployment and scaling with multi-platform service discovery and health monitoring capabilities.
Optimize operations through centralized management and automation, saving valuable time and resources.
Adopt modern application networking and zero trust practices using identity-based authorization and service-to-service encryption.
Customer Success Story
Consul enables us to fully automate networking tasks across our datacenter environment to provide improved, self-service alternatives to the most time-consuming aspects of our work and significantly accelerate application delivery.
Hashicorp Products Used
With the shift to cloud and hybrid infrastructure, companies no longer manage static IT estates with clear perimeters. Instead, networks and IPs can’t be trusted, and each application and user could pose a threat. That’s why organizations are adopting identity-based security architectures built on the foundation of zero trust. With Consul, organizations reduce risk with:
Identity-based access for uniform service networking policies
Encrypted and authorized service-to-service communication
Centralized and granular access control
Consistent security across multiple clouds and runtime environments