HashiCorp has released Vault 1.6, introducing a number of new features to their secrets and identity management platform. Let's learn how HashiCorp Vault Adds Tokenization and Auto-Join Features .
HashiCorp has released Vault 1.6, introducing a number of new features to their secrets and identity management platform. Cloud auto-join builds upon the previously released integrated storage feature and facilitates automatically attaching new Vault nodes to the cluster. The transform secrets engine now supports tokenization to better secure data stored outside of Vault. Additional features include integration with cloud providers' key management services and support for seal migration.
Integrated storage was introduced to Vault in version 1.2. It allows for Vault administrators to configure an internal storage option for Vault's persistent data, as opposed to leveraging an external storage backend. Integrated Storage stores the data on the Vault server's filesystem and leverages a consensus protocol to synchronise each server in the cluster. The new cloud auto-join feature allows for automatically joining nodes to the cluster either via the config file or through the API.
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