Welcome to week 5 of the Consul Enterprise Onboarding Journey
Network segments overview
Network Segments Overview
WAN federation through Mesh Gateways overview
WAN Federation Through Mesh Gateways Overview
WAN federation between VMs and Kubernetes through Mesh Gateways
WAN Federation Between VMs and Kubernetes Through Mesh Gateways
WAN federation between multiple Kubernetes clusters via Mesh Gateways
WAN Federation Between Multiple Kubernetes Clusters Through Mesh Gateways
Setup secure namespaces
Setup secure namespaces with ACLs.
Multi-Tenancy with Administrative Partitions
Consul multi-tenancy with admin partitions allows enterprises to provide a shared service-networking solution for multiple tenants—across Kubernetes and VM deployments—within a single Consul datacenter.
Automate geo-failover with prepared queries
Use Consul's prepared query capability, to automate geo failover policies for services in the case that one of multiple connected datacenters is unavailable.
ACL replication for multiple datacenters
Configure tokens, policies, and roles to work across multiple datacenters.
Secure Consul agent communication with encryption and certificates
Secure RPC, consensus, and HTTP communication by creating and deploying certificates to Consul agents using OpenSSL as the CA.
Migrate Legacy ACL Tokens
Understand strategies for migrating from the legacy ACL system after upgrading to Consul 1.4+.
Update Consul agents to securely communicate with TLS
Secure RPC and consensus communication by creating and deploying certificates to Consul agents on an existing datacenter.
Automate Consul agent security with auto config
Securely join Consul agents to a Consul datacenter with JSON Web Tokens (JWT).
Disaster recovery for federated primary datacenter
Recover from losing the primary datacenter in a federated environment.