HashiCorp just concluded their fourth annual conference, the creatively titled HashiConf. We weren’t able to attend this year, but luckily Aaron Strong wrote up a nice post detailing the major announcements.
The big features that stood out to me was seeing new collaboration features in the Terraform 0.12 alpha, and the 1.0 release for their Vault asset security product. The latter can now secure tokens, keys, passwords across clouds.
Aaron has some more notes and analysis, so be sure to give his post a look. Given the increasing importance of automation tools, it’s definitely a conference we’ll be keeping an eye on going forward.
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