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The Cloudcast #173 - Hashicorp Atlas - Framework for Cloud Automation

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The Cloudcast #173 - Hashicorp Atlas - Framework for Cloud Automation

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Date: December 11, 2014

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Aaron and Brian talk to Mitchell Hashimoto (@mitchellh, Founder of @HashiCorp) about their new DevOps framework Atlas, commercial product support, a new round of funding, and the “Hashicorp” way of thinking about DevOps and automation. Music Credit: Nine Inch Nails (www.nin.com)



Topic 1 - First off, welcome back to the show and congratulations on the new round of funding. What are the big focus areas now?

Topic 2 - The last time you were on, 4 months ago, you hinted at a “Hashicorp” way of thinking about DevOps and Automation. And you’ve been very quiet on Twitter, what have you been working on?

Topic 3 - Atlas seems like it’s a broader framework, but also a new set of tools. Tell us about Vagrant Share, Box Distribution and Discover Boxes? How do they plug into the other tools?

Topic 4 - As you’ll learn being in the commercial world, everyone wants to align you to a category. We’ve talked before about how various Hashicorp tools compliment other tools (eg. Chef/Puppet), so put the new tools/framework into context for us?

Topic 5 - Will you stil be working on the individual tools, or will there be a greater focus on community integration, framework integration, etc?

Topic 6 - All the Hashicorp tools were always available (freely, or low-cost) before. Give us the rundown on how to get the new tools?

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