Getting Started with HashiCorp Vault 2022 (w/ Hands-On Labs)
What you'll learn
- Built by an AUTHORIZED HASHICORP INSTRUCTOR for Consul, Vault, and Terraform
- The most UP-TO-DATE HashiCorp concepts for 2022
- Examples use the latest versions, including Vault 1.10+
- Includes access to LIVE HANDS-ON LABS to complete tasks through the course
- Extremely detailed course from a 5+ year HashiCorp Vault consultant
- Covers every single objective from the HashiCorp Certified: Vault Associate certification
- How to get started on your journey to becoming an expert in HashiCorp Vault
- Learn from an instructor who has helped write the actual Vault Associate and Professional exams
- Basic or intermediate IT knowledge
- Security background optional
- Basic terminal experience with Linux
This course includes free access to live, hands-on labs to learn and complete tasks throughout the course.
This is the most extensive and thorough course on Udemy for learning how to use HashiCorp Vault in your organization. This course was completely overhauled with all-new topics, lab sessions, hands-on labs, mind maps, exam tips, practice questions, and more. New lectures and labs are being added now! New content covers all objectives for passing the HashiCorp Certified: Vault Associate certification exam. This course includes in-depth lectures on all of the core HashiCorp Vault components and tons of included demos.
As HashiCorp Vault continues to grow exponentially in the market, so do the skillsets needed to deploy and maintain the solution properly. Designed for students with little to no experience with Vault, this course will provide you with the education needed to be up and running with Vault in no time. During your journey, Bryan Krausen will lead you through a series of sections, lectures, and demos to prepare you for managing HashiCorp Vault in the real world.
What you will learn:
All about HashiCorp Vault, how to deploy it, and all the components that you will use
How to configure and deploy key HashiCorp Vault services
Core HashiCorp concepts
How to get started on your journey to becoming an expert in HashiCorp Vault
Introduction to Vault
Learning the Vault Architecture
Comparing Auth Methods
Creating Vault Policies
Assess Vault Tokens
Vault CLI, API, and UI
About HashiCorp Vault
Vault is one of the most popular tools from HashiCorp and an extremely feature-rich secrets management platform, so naturally, these folks who are deploying and managing it needs to understand how it all works (that's you!). Plus, I'm sure you're interested in obtaining the HashiCorp Vault Associate certification to prove your expertise to colleagues and employers!
About the Instructor
Your instructor for this course, Bryan Krausen, is highly regarded as a HashiCorp expert. Bryan has been working with HashiCorp Vault for 5+ years and has deployed Vault for countless large Enterprise customers. He has taught over 20,000 students, including training some of the largest companies in the US. He has several courses on HashiCorp Vault and has co-authored the book Running HashiCorp Vault in Production. Bryan holds multiple Vault certifications, including one of the first to pass the HashiCorp Certified: Vault Associate certification while it was in the ALPHA stage and one of the only people in the world to hold the HashiCorp Vault Expert partner certification.
Thank you for joining me!
Who this course is for:
- Basic IT knowlege
- Intermediate IT knowledge
- Basic security knowledge
Bryan Krausen is a Senior Technical Consultant with over 20 years in enterprise IT. Currently, Bryan specializes in Amazon Web Services and HashiCorp tools. Bryan focuses on cloud design, facilitating customer workshops that define business and technical requirements to allow businesses to deliver applications on the AWS cloud platform. Bryan is also the first person to earn the HashiCorp Vault Expert partner certification.
Bryan has deployed and assisted with the adoption of HashiCorp Vault for many Fortune 1000 companies.
Bryan often speaks at community events, such as HashiConf (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022), HashiTalks (2019, 2020), and many HashiCorp User Groups across the mid-west and the eastern US.
All course material can be found on GitHub.