By Eric Johnson, Engineering Manager
Earlier in January, we shared the first episode of a video mini-series highlighting how the Google Cloud Graphite team is making open source software work great with the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Today, we’re kicking off the next chapter of the series, featuring HashiCorp’s open-source DevOps tools and how to use them with GCP.
HashiCorp open source tools simplify application delivery, helping users provision, secure and run infrastructure for any applications. We kick off the series with a high-level overview, featuring Kelsey Hightower, Staff Developer Advocate for GCP, and Armon Dadgar, CTO and co-founder of HashiCorp.
Then, for our next installment, we show HashiCorp and GCP in action. Imagine a small, independent game studio working on its next title — a retro 1980s style arcade game updated for multiplayer and playable over the web. Watch as the team engages in collaborative development, demos the game to their CEO and deploys it for public release. Along the way, we feature:
Join us on YouTube to watch other episodes that will cover topics including using machine images to deploy or using infrastructure as code to manage resources. Follow Google Cloud on YouTube, or @GoogleCloud on Twitter to find out when new videos are published. And stay tuned for more blog posts and videos about work we’re doing with open-source providers like Puppet, Chef, Cloud Foundry, Red Hat, SaltStack and others.