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Listen to a user case story by OpenCredo: Boot my (secure) (gov) cloud and find out more about Vault from HashiCorp.
News | November 25, 2015
Creating and managing a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) could be a very straightforward task if you use appropriate tools. In this blog post, I’ll cover the steps to easily set up a PKI with Vault from HashiCorp, and use it to secure a Kafka Cluster.
The London Hashicorp meetup is back on May the 16th! Hi Everyone! May’s event is confirmed and as always we are in for a cracker! Firstly, thank you to the people at Moo.com who have very kindly offered us a space for the event. Secondly, thank you to the guys and girls at Fastly for […]
Join Brett Mack for October’s installment of the London Hashicorp Meetup! The London Hashicorp meetup is back on the 13th of October and will be held at the Holburn Sainsbury office with the usual beers and pizza on offer! Agenda: 6.30pm – Arrive, beers socialising 7pm – Talk 1 – Brett Mack, Consultant @ OpenCredo […]
It’s time to put Hashicorp Meetup #5 on your agenda! This time around the Hashicorp Meetup will be taking place on the 15th of September and will be held at the ThoughtWorks office in London. Starting at 6:30pm with pizzas and beers on arrival, guest speaker, Tim Kimball, CTO at Aire labs will be taking […]
April 2, 2016 | Terraform Provider
When it comes to automating the creation of infrastructure in cloud providers, Terraform (version at time of writing 0.6.14) has become one of my core go to tools in this space. It provides a fantastic declarative approach to describing the resources you want, and then takes care of making it so for you, keeping track of the state in either a local file or a remote store of some sort. Various bits of sensitive data is often provided as input to terraform.
The London HashiCorp Meetup is back on the 19th of May! We give thanks to Huddle for hosting the London HashiCorp Meetup #3, which will be kicking off at the usual time of 6.30pm with pizza and beer. Thomas Doran, Yelp’s Site Reliability Engineer will take the stage at 7pm with his talk, ‘Terraform in […]
The recent 0.10.0 release of HashiCorp Terraform, saw a significant change to the way Providers are managed. Specifically, the single open source code repository for Terraform has been divided into core and multiple provider repositories.
July 8, 2016 | Microservices
OpenCredo recently co-organised the first Microservices Manchester event with OliverBernard recruitment, and it was a resounding success. Over 100 people showed up at the Victoria Warehouse near Manchester’s trendy Salford Quays for a day discussing the realities of implementing microservice systems.
As a company, we at OpenCredo are heavily involved in automation and devOps based work, with a keen focus on making this a seamless experience, especially in cloud based environments. We are currently working within HMRC, a UK government department to help make this a reality as part of a broader cloud broker ecosystem project. In this blog post, I look to provide some initial insight into some of the tools and techniques employed to achieve this for one particular use case namely:
With pretty much zero human intervention, bar initiating a process and providing some inputs, a development team from any location, should be able to run “something”, which, in the end, results in an isolated, secure set of fully configured VM’s being provisioned within a cloud provider (or providers) of choice.
Why OpenCredo partnered with Google
Recently OpenCredo chose to partner with Google in order to share knowledge and resources around the Google Cloud Platform offerings. Our clients come in many shapes and sizes, but typically all of them realise three disruptive truths of the modern IT industry: the (economic) value of cloud; the competitive advantage of continuous delivery; and the potential of hypothesis and data-driven product development to increase innovation (as popularised by the Lean Startup / Lean Enterprise motto of ‘build, measure, learn’).