Explore the opening keynote from HashiCorp founders, product announcements, sessions, and more.
The very first fully digital HashiCorp community conference took place June 22-24, 2020. Thank you to everyone who attended.
Watch the June 2020 HashiConf Digital Keynote and get news on the latest releases of all HashiCorp's products as well as a sneak peek at a new offering from HashiCorp.
HashiCorp CEO Dave McJannet shares his thoughts on where the cloud industry is headed and where HashiCorp sees itself: As a provider of cloud infrastructure automation managed services to the world's largest enterprises.
The 0.13 release of Terraform builds on the powerful language improvements made with 0.12, with a focus on improved usability for module-specific workflows and enhancements to our vibrant and growing provider ecosystem. Terraform 0.13 is also the first major release featuring Terraform login, which makes it simple to collaborate using Terraform Cloud.
Learn about all the new features of Nomad 0.12 and the future direction for HashiCorp Nomad.
Learn about the new features of Consul 1.8, which is now generally available, and see how new tools like Terminating and Ingress Gateways will make the on-ramp to service mesh much faster.
To address the increased demand for cloud services and meet the needs of HashiCorp users and customers more holistically, we are excited to introduce our new flagship cloud offering—the HashiCorp Cloud Platform.
As a fully managed service, HCP Consul will be the easiest way to enable secure service networking and service mesh for workloads across cloud environments and private data centers. Watch the demo for our beta version of this service.
The first private beta for HashiCorp Cloud Platform (HCP) is now available, specifically for HCP Consul, a fully-managed Consul service offering. The demo walks through how to consume HCP services, how to use HCP Network (HVN) peering, how to register EC2 machines in HCP Consul, how to bring EKS clusters into HCP Consul, and how to spin up traffic routing and splitting with HCP Consul.
This talk explores HashiCorp's philosophy behind any product's 1.0 readiness and uses that basis to take a look at the Terraform roadmap and journey to 1.0.
Join HashiCorp’s Anubhav Mishra and Nic Jackson as they sit down for a chat with Kelsey Hightower. Kelsey is (in no particular order) a father, an author, a minimalist, a Developer Advocate at Google, and a longtime friend of HashiCorp.
Vault seamlessly augments native Kubernetes workflows by providing stronger baseline security and interoperability. In this talk, Jason will present the newest features of vault-helm and vault-k8s to demonstrate best-in-class techniques for lifecycle management of Vault as well as dead simple integration of any application running on Kubernetes with Vault.
Join us for a panel discussion around various HashiCorp products' support for Kubernetes with Narayan Iyengar and Phil Sautter from HashiCorp.
We have been using Vault for several years, so we have a mixture of older KVv1 and newer KVv2 secrets. In this talk, I will explain how our architecture and backup strategy meant we could recover the unrecoverable, without breaking Production Vault. I will talk about how we would do it better, if we ever needed to do it again. And I’ll give advice so you can learn from our mistakes, and hopefully avoid getting into various situations in the first place.
Join us for a panel discussion around HashiCorp Certifications with Ambassadors Bryan Krausen from AHEAD and Ned Bellavance of Ned In the Cloud.
For people who already understand how Consul works and what the concepts of a Service Mesh solution are, this session will deep dive into Consul Service Mesh leveraging Envoy as a sidecar proxy solution. We will discuss the packet handling within the Consul Service Mesh in a single datacenter and in a multi-datacenter setup leveraging Mesh Gateways in between Consul datacenters, and differences with Envoy running as a sidecar proxy instance for a service compared to running as a Mesh Gateway.
This HashiConf Digital panel features two of our Nomad team members Nick Ethier and James Rasell answering all of the audience's Nomad questions, including those about the recently released Nomad 0.12 beta.
With more companies moving to Cloud and looking to leverage Cloud Native technology, how can we best transform both culture and tooling to unlock value from the cloud? This talk walks through lessons learnt from my time at a leading Australian utilities company using Terraform Enterprise and Sentinel to unlock the value of cloud and transform how teams work together.
Terraform provides cloud infrastructure automation with Infrastructure as Code, allowing organizations to codify their desired use of infrastructure and then enforce best practices for how that infrastructure is provisioned and de-provisioned. Join this session to learn more about Terraform, cloud infrastructure automation, and approaches to managing infrastructure compliance with modules, Sentinel policies, and automated policy enforcement, and see live demos throughout!
Most major data breaches in the last 10 years have exploited vulnerabilities in applications and data stores to circumvent cryptographic protections. Tokenization has been a common way to provide that additional layer of security, but its implementation is not without challenges. This talk will provide an overview of Format Preserving Encryption (or FPE), a form of cryptography meant to address common challenges with tokenization, and will look at common use cases.
Kubernetes co-creator and Corporate Vice President at Microsoft, Brendan Burns, joins HashiConf to discuss HSC on Azure.
Paul Hinze and Robbie Th'ng from HashiCorp's Terraform team join this HashiConf Digital panel to discuss the next stage of Terraform.
We will take you on our journey of implementing Vault on a government delivery team and show you how we have used it, not only to store secrets but to manage the whole product lifecycle. We will explain how we designed and deployed Vault and also how we involve the whole product team in its use - safeguarding the product, but also each other.
If you are reading this, you probably are using Vault in way or another, and looking into how the capability should be run either at scale, or at least according to best practices. This talk is intended to be the foundation on which to build your Vault runbook.
Snowplow provides a fully managed service solution where each client has their own individual systems stack that is 100% isolated from every other client and in their own cloud. We need our large (and growing) estate of configurable data pipelines to be consistent, up to date, and secure. This talk will discuss how Snowplow leverages the HashiStack to automate the setup, upgrade, and monitoring of over 150 big data pipeline deployments across multiple clouds through our Private SaaS model.
A service mesh and its benefits are enabled by routing all service traffic through proxies. However, the transition to deploying proxies alongside services will often be made incremental due to organizational or technical constraints. In this transition, organizations may be operating services inside and outside the service mesh for long periods of time. In this talk, Consul engineers will show how gateways introduced in Consul 1.8.0 enable transitions to a service mesh.
In this session, you will gain a better understanding of how communication between applications deployed on Nomad works and the different options available to users to connect their services together.
Criteo has been running Consul at large-scale for several years and it is the backbone for the whole infrastructure. It configures all the load-balancers dynamically and allows all applications to run together. We will explain our workloads and describe the optimizations we use in order to sustain the load on 12 datacenters running more than 40k Consul agents. We will also explain our strategies to operate Consul to satisfy our human base.
PMI is changing the way it does its IT. DevOps tooling and practices are a big part of it. This talk will describe the journey some team in PMI have taken by implementing, using and advocating the usage of Terraform (and IaC in general) in a large enterprise.
Samsung manages many global services with HashiCorp Terraform. From Bixby to the Samsung AI Service, Knox, and RCS, Terraform is a crucial underpinning technology in deploying and managing the multi-cloud infrastructure across AWS and GCP. This talk dives into the optimizations the team implemented in workflows and workspace design to cater to the needs of DevOps teams around the world, including South Korea, the United States, China, Europe, and India using Terraform Enterprise.
Hippo Technologies uses the Vault provider for Terraform. Every month, new features and capabilities are added to the provider, allowing them to improve their Vault configuration management continuously. In this talk, Andrey will share Hippo's journey, from the first, basic, steps of Terraforming Vault, to where they are now. He'll delve into what went well, what didn't work, and what you should consider before you embark on this journey, like incorporating DevSecOps.
How do you ensure increases in user requests do not overload your applications while your platform runs as cost-effectively as possible? Autoscaling enables users to dynamically scale up or down their infrastructure based on the true load of their applications. It has become a critical capability for any workload orchestrator. This talk will discuss the architecture and features of the Nomad autoscaler, including a hands-on demo using the autoscaler in real-world scenarios.
Kubernetes and microservices have gained huge popularity over the years and this has brought on new challenges and problems to solve. This talk will go through the process of deploying Consul and Consul Connect in a Kubernetes cluster and explore how it can ease the discovery of new services and securely connect existing ones.
When you start using Terraform it can be confusing, you might fall into issues and see yourself trapped into a problem that can result in an infrastructure not fully automated or error-prone. This talk will show you best practices and tricks I have learned while building a Kubernetes infrastructure in AWS using Terraform.