Streamlining Zero Trust Security With Hashicorp

This piece addresses Hashicorp and their Security Field Day appearance in March. At the event, Hashicorp detailed three tools, Vault, Consul, and Boundary, which, when used together with an identity solution like SSO, build a solid basis for a zero-trust approach to security for enterprises. Learn what each of the three tools can do here, and be sure to watch them all in action in Hashicorp’s Security Field Day presentation.


Three Wow Moments at Security Field Day #5

After attending Security Field Day 5 as a delegate, Dr. Avril Salter found herself particularly impressed with three of the presenters from the event. On her LinkedIn, Dr. Salter writes about her “wow moments” from the event including HashiCorp’s Consul product facilitating the automation of service discovery, Juniper’s use of ATP and Mist AI to identify and handle security threats, and how Kemp’s users of Flowman can look back over stored data to determine if they’ve been compromised. If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out Dr. Salter’s thoughts as well as the presentations that she wrote about on the Tech Field Day website!


Presenters React to Security Field Day

With another successful Security Field Day event in the books, it’s always important to look back at what was top of mind for the presenters during the event. We focus on the slides and the questions and the way that everything looks on the published videos. However, there is more to Tech Field Day than just Powerpoint and presentation skills. Check out this video to see what the presenters think about the other parts of the Field Day experience that matter.


Security Field Day Is Back March 23-25, 2021

Security Field Day is coming back! Join us March 23-25, 2021 to see the exciting lineup of presentations and experts from the security community. You can also use #XFD5 on Twitter to join the conversation, and for more about the upcoming Security Field Day, check out this video and post from Tom Hollingsworth on GestaltIT.com.


Automating Network Infrastructure With HashiCorp’s Consul

At Cloud Field Day last year, HashiCorp took a deep dive into Consul, their platform that discovers, automates, and secures services across any cloud or runtime. The Gestalt IT staff writes about their presentation and says that “Consul can add network automation and meet organizations where they are on their DevOps journey by unifying disparate workloads into a single service mesh or federating multiple service meshes.” Check out the full write-up on GestaltIT.com!


What Is Cloud Infrastructure Automation?

Although the environment in which we can host infrastructure might vary, the basics stay relatively consistent. Gina Rosenthal saw HashiCorp present at Cloud Field Day on how they provide Cloud Infrastructure. In this recent post, Gina explains the basic concepts of hosting infrastructure in the Cloud and highlights how HashiCorp supports Cloud Infrastructure Automation. Be sure to check out Gina’s article which includes the Hashicorp Cloud Field Day presentations.


Preparing for Cloud Field Day 8

Lino Telera attended his fourth Field Day event during the virtual Cloud Field Day. In this post, he gives a preview of what he expected to see from each of the presenters. He was particularly interested to learn about Terraform Cloud from HashiCorp, and the application abstraction layer Spektra from Diamanti. Be sure to check out all his thoughts on the presenters before diving into the videos for yourself. We have an extensive archive of Field Day videos, stretching back years across all our events. It’s an invaluable resource for keeping up to date with the latest in IT.


HashiCorp Consul Meshes Well With Modern Applications

At Cloud Field Day 6, HashiCorp presented that they are on a mission to help customers unlock the cloud operating model by addressing several key problem areas, including development, security, provisioning and networking. With its comprehensive vision for helping customers transition to a cloud operating model, and its emphasis on service-specific network security with Consul, HashiCorp is doing its part to make this vision a reality.


Kubernetes and Traffic Lights

It’s no secret that Keith Townsend is skeptical of the IT hype machine that is Kubernetes. In this post, he compares it to upgrading traffic light orchestration systems to help ease congestion. The drivers only care that it helps congestion, not what system is running. That’s why he’s impressed with what he saw from Solo IO at Cloud Field Day. They embrace namespaces in their solution, allowing you to consume infrastructure without worrying about the orchestrator. Read the full piece for all the details.


CFD6 – Hashicorp

Larry Smith was very excited to hear from HashiCorp at Cloud Field Day. As a stalwart in the open-source world, Larry had a lot of interest in what they would talk about. They spent their time doing a deep dive into Consul, a set of tools around service mesh. There was a lot to go over so be sure to read the whole piece, then check out the videos from the presentation.


Cloud Field Day 6–HashiCorp Consul

At Cloud Field Day, HashiCorp showed that they had more to offer the delegates than their well known solutions like Terraform and Vault. In this post, Joey D’Antoni looks at Consul, a service based networking tool for dynamic infrastructure like containers and serverless.


HashiCorp CFD6 Hot Take

Keith Townsend attended the HashiCorp CFD6 presentation on Consul. While extremely low level Keith was able to walk away with the value prop of Consul. Service discovery is becoming a more important part of the hybrid cloud management operations. Learn more of Keith’s thoughts in this video.


Cloud Field Day 6 Preview – HashiCorp

In this post, Nate Avery looks at what to expect from HashiCorp at Cloud Field Day. This is their first Field Day event, and Nate gives a little background on his experience with the company. While primarily being known for Terraform, Nate clearly illustrates how the company goes well beyond that familiar solution. Be sure to look for Nate on the live stream and for more of his impressions after the event.


Cloud Field Day (#CFD6): A Heads-Up – Ather Beg’s Useful Thoughts

If you’re about to dive into the presentations and live stream for Cloud Field Day cold, you might want to stop and check out this post from Ather Beg. He gives a quick, concise, but comprehensive look at each of the presenting companies. He’s looking at what they do, what should be interesting about their presentation, and what they’ve shown off at Field Day in the past.


HashiCorp Consul at Cloud Field Day

If you were wondering what HashiCorp would show off at Cloud Field Day this week, they posted a little preview about the subject. What is lost in anticipation is more than made up with interest however. They’ll be talking about their cloud networking automation product HashiCorp Consul. Be sure to check out the presentation video to see how Consul allows for service discovery and service mesh capabilities to help customers build fast, reliable, and scalable networks to support cloud-based applications.


Cloud Field Day 6 Prep – Morpheus Data and HashiCorp

Ned Bellavance will be joining us at Cloud Field Day later this month. To get ready, he’s looking at all of the announced presenters. In this post, he’s digging into Morpheus Data and HashiCorp. He looks at his own history with the two companies, what solutions they currently offer, and what he hopes to see from them at the event.


Preparing for CloudFieldDay6: Morpheus, LucidLink, HashiCorp

Lino Telera is getting ready to be a delegate at Cloud Field Day next month. In this post, he takes a look at what to expect from Morpheus, LucidLink, and HashiCorp. Be sure to catch the live stream, September 25-27, to get the technical deep dive from all of them!