Catch up on any virtual or in-person sessions you missed. HashiDays London, Munich, and Paris session recordings will be added here soon.
Dave McJannet and Armon Dadgar kickoff HashiDays with the opening keynote. HashiDays is HashiCorp’s regional community conference. Hear from community members, customers, and partners who use HashiCorp products every day. Learn more about how to accomplish your goals in any cloud → https://hashidays.com
This Learn Lab highlights Boundary running on HashiCorp Cloud Platform (HCP) and focuses on some of HCP Boundary’s newest features, including SSH certificate injection and private Vault access. In the first part of the session, you will learn how to configure Boundary to access a private Vault cluster. The second part of the session focuses on configuring certificate injection for an SSH target by brokering credentials from the private Vault cluster.
Dynamic credentials reduce the risk of compromised static credentials. They authenticate Terraform Cloud with your cloud provider, without needing secret credentials as environment variables. Configure trust in your cloud provider and grant fine-grained permissions to your Terraform Cloud workspaces. Terraform Cloud then requests a new set of credentials for each operation.
In this Learn Lab, you will learn how to adopt a service mesh with your existing services to build highly scalable and resilient applications. First, you will deploy a self-managed Consul cluster and migrate your services to use service mesh. In the process, you will learn how permissive mTLS lets you gradually adopt service mesh benefits. Then, you will make your application more resilient by deploying your services in a different region, and connecting them with cluster peering and failover.