Flux7, Hashicorp Engineer Present Consul Infrastructure Recipes

Feb 2, 2018 2:07:21 PM Flux7 Labs Company News and Events, HashiCorp

Flux7, Hashicorp Engineer Present Consul Infrastructure Recipes

Join us Wednesday, February 7th in Austin, TX as Flux7 hosts a dynamic discussion with Consul HashiCorp Engineer Preetha Appan, who will share how Consul can solve several specific infrastructure and distributed systems problems.

Considered a highly available and distributed service discovery and KV store, Hashicorp Consul - designed with support for the modern data center - helps make distributed systems and configuration easy. Ms. Appan will discuss how Consul uses these features to address:

  • Service registration and load balancing across service instances.
  • Running active/passive instances that failover without operator intervention using locks
  • Transparent data-center failover during outages using prepared queries
  • Turning experimental features on/off for a subset of application servers using the KV store

When: Wednesday, February 7, 2018
          Arrive at 6:00pm for networking
          Presentation begins at 7:00pm
Where: Kasasa
          4516 Seton Center Pkwy #300, Austin, TX 78759

For more information: https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/Austin-HashiCorp-User-Group/events/246063458/?eventId=246063458

Can’t make it, but interested in additional Consul-related resources? Check out our DevOps blog coverage:

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