HashiCorp was founded by Mitchell Hashimoto and Armon Dadgar in 2012 with the goal of revolutionizing datacenter management: application development, delivery, and maintenance.
The datacenter of today is very different than the datacenter of yesterday, and we think the datacenter of tomorrow is just around the corner. We're writing software to take you all the way from yesterday to today, and then safely to tomorrow and beyond.
Physical, virtual, containers. Private cloud, public cloud, hybrid cloud. IaaS, PaaS, SaaS. Windows, Linux, Mac. These are just some of the choices faced when architecting a datacenter of today. And the choice is not one or the other; instead, it is often a combination of many of these.
HashiCorp builds tools to ease these decisions by presenting solutions that span the gaps. Our tools manage both physical machines and virtual machines, Windows, and Linux, SaaS and IaaS, etc. And we're committed to supporting next-generation technologies, as well.
HashiCorp was founded and continues to be run by the primary authors of all our core technologies powering thousands of companies worldwide. We speak at conferences and write books related to application and infrastructure management.
All our foundational technologies are open source and developed openly, and have been since 2010.
The Tao of HashiCorp is the foundation that guides our vision, roadmap, and product design. As you evaluate using or contributing to HashiCorp's products, it may be valuable to understand the motivations and intentions for our work.
Skip the infrastructure management, and focus on your code. Save time, money, and best of all – get as close as possible to your users quickly.
With a single click or API call, you can have your container running in any or all StackPath edge locations in seconds.
Deploy your workload all over the world by simply choosing the locations in provisioning.
Add an Anycast IP to your workload, and press create. We handle all of the BGP routing and assignment behind the scenes.
HashiCorp Nomad is ranked 11th in Container Management while StackPath Edge Computing Containers is ranked 16th in Container Management. HashiCorp Nomad is rated 0.0, while StackPath Edge Computing Containers is rated 0.0. On the other hand, HashiCorp Nomad is most compared with Rancher Labs, Kubernetes, VMware Tanzu Build Service and OpenShift Container Platform, whereas StackPath Edge Computing Containers is most compared with Kubernetes.
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