Remote access to your systems needs to be simple and secure. That is the goal of HashiCorp Boundary. In this session, I will walk through what HashiCorp Boundary is, the key components of the architecture, and the best practices for deployment in Microsoft Azure. We will look at how Boundary can scale across regions and provide connectivity based on identity and policy. By the end of the presentation you will understand what Boundary is, and be ready to deploy an instance in Azure to test for yourself.
Hi! I’m Ned and this is my bio. I’m an IT professional with almost 20 years of experience in the field. I’ve been a helpdesk operator, systems administrator, cloud architect, and product manager. In my newest incarnation I am the Founder of Ned in the Cloud LLC. As a one-man-tech-juggernaut, I develop courses for Pluralsight, run a podcast for Packet Pushers, run a podcast for myself, and create original content for technology vendors. I’ve been a Microsoft MVP since 2017 and a HashiCorp Ambassador since 2020. In my career I’ve focused on three key pillars: Make yourself uncomfortable Plan to fail Be nice On a personal note, I am father to three amazing children and married to a totally awesome lady. In my spare time I enjoy listening to music, running, and drinking delicious fermented liquids.
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