It’s 2020. The world is different, conferences are digital, and HashiCorp is announcing not one, but two open source projects!


The core HashiCorp suite, currently comprised of Terraform, Vault, Consul, and Nomad, allows for infrastructure provisioning, secrets management, service interconnectivity, and workload orchestration, respectively. However, an organization’s CI/CD and Configuration Management solutions must be pulled in from outside of the HashiCorp suite. The same is true regarding tools surrounding monitoring, logging, and application traceability.

The announcement of not one, but two brand new OSS projects from HashiCorp is very significant in terms of how organizations will leverage the HashiCorp suite some time in the future, assuming that these OSS projects become more widely adopted in the DevOps space and potentially even developed into having Enterprise-grade offerings (like the Enterprise versions of Vault, Consul, Nomad, and Terraform).

So, see you there at HashiConf Digital 2020! We can’t wait to hear what HashiCorp has been quietly working on! What are you most excited about? Drop it in the comments section and we’ll be sure to look out for it!


Yonathan Koren

Yonathan Koren

Yon is a Solutions Engineer who helps our customers achieve their business goals by implementing technology that promotes productivity, autonomy, and collaboration between developers and operations. You can catch him on webinars and conferences talking about the importance of consistent, composable packaging of applications for deployment across VMs, bare metal, HashiCorp Nomad, or Kubernetes.

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