HashiConf

HashiCorp’s flagship community conference.

Join us as we embark on three days of education, collaboration, and connection. Experience 50+ sessions, 12 in-depth trainings, product releases, and access to HashiCorp experts.

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Tickets Prices in USD

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  • Audience

    Operators who work with sensitive data of all kinds. This is a beginner course aimed at operators getting started with Vault.

    Abstract

    This is an introductory course that covers HashiCorp's Vault. The course is aimed at Vault administrators operationalizing Vault. Experience with Vault is preferred but not required. This hands-on course will cover the following topics:

    - Vault core use cases
    - Vault Server basics: architecture, installing, configuration, initialization, seal/unseal
    - Vault Operation basics: seal/unseal, auto-unseal, rekeying, root token generation
    - Authoring ACL Policies
    - Enabling Auth Methods: entities & groups
    - ACL Templating
    - Secure Introduction

    Requirements

    - WiFi and SSH-enabled device with a Terminal
    - Modern Internet browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari
    - Ability to connect to the public Internet unrestricted (no proxies or firewalls)

    This ticket only includes training. Conference passes are available as an additional purchase.

  • This training takes place on September 9!

    Audience

    Developers and operators who want to collaborate around the automation of the creation of cloud infrastructure using Terraform Enterprise (hosted or private). This is an intermediate course aimed at experienced users of Terraform.

    Abstract

    This course is aimed at existing Terraform users who desire an in-depth exploration of collaborative workflows and advanced features with hosted or private Terraform Enterprise.

    This hands-on course covers topics such as:

    - Provisioning across multiple cloud providers
    - Team workflows and code organization (module owners, users, builders)
    - Multi-environment techniques (production, staging)
    - Managing resource lifecycles (createbeforedestroy, preventdestroy, ignorechanges)
    - Blue-green deployment strategies
    - Recovering from partial state saves
    - Collaborating on infrastructure changes with Terraform Enterprise
    - Authoring and distributing modules with the registry

    Students will receive access to their own personal Linux-based lab environment for the class.

    Requirements

    - WiFi and SSH-enabled device with a Terminal
    - Modern Internet browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari
    - Ability to connect to the public Internet unrestricted (no proxies or firewalls)

    This ticket only includes training. Conference passes are available as an additional purchase.

  • Includes a two-day conference pass to all sessions, breakfast, lunch, and access to evening social events. Training is available as an additional purchase.
    $799
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  • Includes a two-day conference pass to all sessions, breakfast, lunch, and access to evening social events. Training is available as an additional purchase.
    $899 , On sale 11:20pm UTC, 21st August
  • This training takes place on September 9!

    Audience

    Developers and operators who are running short lived and long lived jobs in the cloud. This is a beginner course aimed at folks getting started with Nomad.

    Abstract

    This is an introductory course aimed at users who desire an in-depth exploration of Nomad including architecture, installation and configuration, scheduling, operations, and advanced topics.

    The training will cover the following topics:

    - Architecture Overview
    - Installing and Configuring Nomad
    - Creating and Running Jobs
    - Service Discovery with Consul
    - Operating Nomad
    - Interacting with the HTTP API
    - Advanced Job Strategies

    Students will receive access to their own personal Linux-based lab environment for the class.

    Requirements

    - WiFi and SSH-enabled device with a Terminal
    - Modern Internet browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari
    - Ability to connect to the public Internet unrestricted (no proxies or firewalls)

    This ticket only includes training. Conference passes are available as an additional purchase.

    $999
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  • This training takes place on September 9!

    Audience

    Developers and operators who are writing or supporting microservices. This is a beginner course aimed at folks getting started with Consul.

    Abstract

    This is an introductory course aimed at users who want to get started using Consul including service discovery, monitoring, and best practices for using Consul at scale. Experience with Consul is not required, but preferred.

    This hands-on training will cover the following topics:

    - Consul overview and architecture
    - Bootstrapping a Consul cluster
    - Understanding principles and techniques for service discovery (HTTP and DNS)
    - Creating service-level and node-level health checks with Consul
    - Differentiating Consul's monitoring from traditional monitoring (like Nagios)
    - Using Consul's distributed key-value store
    - Using Consul Template and Envconsul to build reactive infrastructure
    - Secure communication between services with Consul Connect
    - Consul UI

    Students will receive access to their own personal Linux-based lab environment for the class.

    Requirements

    - WiFi and SSH-enabled device with a Terminal
    - Modern Internet browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari
    - Ability to connect to the public Internet unrestricted (no proxies or firewalls)

    This ticket only includes training. Conference passes are available as an additional purchase.

    $999
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  • This training takes place on September 9!

    Audience

    Developers who work with sensitive data of all kinds. This is a beginner course aimed at developers getting started with Vault.

    Abstract

    This is an introductory course for developers who want to get started using Vault to encrypt secrets at rest and in transit. Experience with Vault is preferred but not required.

    This hands-on training will cover the following topics:

    - Vault core use cases
    - Server Architecture basics
    - How to interact with Vault: CLI, UI, API
    - Secret Engines intro
    - Static Secrets: Key/Value, Cubbyhole
    - Dynamic Secrets
    - Encryption as a Service - Transit secrets engine
    - Vault tokens: service tokens vs batch tokens
    - Direct Application Integration with Consul Template and EnvConsul
    - Secure Introduction

    Requirements

    - WiFi and SSH-enabled device with a Terminal
    - Modern Internet browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari
    - Ability to connect to the public Internet unrestricted (no proxies or firewalls)

    This ticket only includes training. Conference passes are available as an additional purchase.

    $999
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  • Audience

    If you have never used Terraform, this is the place to start.

    This course is for developers and operators who want to automate the creation of cloud infrastructure, or any resources that have an API supported by Terraform. This is a beginner course aimed at folks getting started with Terraform.

    Abstract

    This is an introductory course that covers HashiCorp Terraform, a simple and powerful tool for safely and predictably creating, changing, and improving infrastructure. If you have never used Terraform, this is the place to start.

    The course covers:

    - Terraform syntax, internals, and patterns
    - Creating and accessing compute instances
    - Provisioning resources with Terraform
    - Running custom applications on instances
    - Authoring and using Terraform modules
    - The computer science theory behind Terraform
    - Basic collaboration with Terraform Enterprise

    Students will receive access to their own personal Linux-based lab environment for the class.

    Requirements

    -WiFi and SSH-enabled device with a Terminal
    - Modern Internet browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari
    - Ability to connect to the public Internet unrestricted (no proxies or firewalls)

    This ticket only includes training. Conference passes are available as an additional purchase.

    $999
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  • This training takes place on September 9!

    Audience

    Operators who are supporting the networking of dynamic workloads including applications deployed on-premises, on any cloud platform, virtualized, containerized, or scheduled. This is an intermediate course aimed at experienced users of Consul.

    Abstract

    This is an intermediate course users who have previous experience with Consul and want to learn more about advanced open source and enterprise features.

    The training will cover advanced open source and enterprise topics including the following topics:

    - Deploying Consul, in multiple configurations
    - Securing Consul with Access Control Lists (ACLS) and communication encryption.
    - Maintaining an existing deployment
    - Monitoring and troubleshooting
    - Production readiness checklist review

    Students will receive access to their own personal Linux-based lab environment for the class.

    Requirements

    - WiFi and SSH-enabled device with a Terminal
    - Modern Internet browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari
    - Ability to connect to the public Internet unrestricted (no proxies or firewalls)

    This ticket only includes training. Conference passes are available as an additional purchase.

    $999
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  • Audience

    Developers and operators who are running short lived and long lived jobs in the cloud. This is an intermediate course aimed at experienced users of Nomad.

    Abstract

    This is an intermediate course aimed at users who desire an in-depth exploration of Nomad including advanced topics and enterprise features.

    The training will cover advanced open source and enterprise topics including the following topics:

    - Namespaces
    - Resource Quotas
    - Sentinel Policies
    - Advanced Autopilot
    - Persistent Storage
    - Monitoring

    Students will receive access to their own personal Linux-based lab environment for the class.

    Requirements

    - WiFi and SSH-enabled device with a Terminal
    - Modern Internet browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari
    - Ability to connect to the public Internet unrestricted (no proxies or firewalls)

    This ticket only includes training. Conference passes are available as an additional purchase.

    $999
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