Getting into HashiCorp Consul, Part 5: All About Access Control Lists

Cole Morrison and Rosemary Wang (Developer Advocates at HashiCorp) learn Consul the hard way by setting it from scratch. In this episode, they fix their DNS to work with Consul ACLs and learn about creating ACL policies with the key-value store.

00:50 - Recap of Part 4
03:35 - Terraform automation of Part 4
18:15 - Fixing DNS to use ACL tokens
41:26 - Difference between agent versus default ACL tokens
45:00 - Learning about ACLs using Consul's key-value store
01:15:20 - Consul ACLs versus intentions

To learn more, check out...
Previous episodes:
Working Repository:
Documentation on ACL rules:
Setting Default Agent Tokens:
Consul ACL Auth Methods:

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