HashiCorp-managed cluster configuration reference
This page provides reference information about the properties of HashiCorp-managed clusters that users can configure.
Refer to Create a HashiCorp-managed cluster for instructions and additional guidance.
The following configuration options are available for HashiCorp-managed clusters:
|Attribute||Description||Default||Can edit after cluster creation|
|Cluster ID||A name that serves as a unique identifier for your cluster. This value cannot be the same as other active HCP Consul clusters.||❌|
|Cluster size||Specifies the vCPU and GiB RAM configurations. Each size corresponds to a number of service instances. Extra small is only available on the development tier.||Small||✅|
|Cluster tier||Four tiers are available: |
Development: Lowest tier designed for testing purposes.
Standard: Middle tier designed for production workloads located in a single region.
Plus: Higher tier designed for production workloads spanning multiple regions.
Premium: Highest tier designed for production workloads spanning multiple cloud providers.
For more details, refer to cluster tiers.
|Consul version||Specifies the Consul version deployed to the cluster. If your environment does not require a specific version, we recommend you use the default version.||Latest GA version||✅|
|Network||Specifies the HVN that contains the cluster.||Defaults to the first HVN listed in HCP.||❌|
|Network accessibility||Enables access to the Consul UI through a public endpoint. For production use cases, we recommend that you disable public accessibility.||Disabled||❌|