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HashiCorp, Inc.
  • Mitchell Hashimoto
  • Armon Dadgar
Key people
David McJannet (CEO)
RevenueUS$320M [1] (2021)
Number of employees
1850 (2022)
Websitehashicorp.com Edit this at Wikidata

HashiCorp is a software company[2] with a freemium business model based in San Francisco, California. HashiCorp provides open-source tools and commercial products that enable developers, operators and security professionals to provision, secure, run and connect cloud-computing infrastructure.[3] It was founded in 2012 by Mitchell Hashimoto and Armon Dadgar.[4][5]

HashiCorp is headquartered in San Francisco, but their employees are distributed across the United States, Canada, Australia, India, and Europe. HashiCorp offers both open-source and proprietary products.[6]


On 29 November 2021, HashiCorp set terms for its IPO at 15.3 million shares at $68-$72 at a valuation of $13 billion.[7]

HashiCorp considers their 1,500 workers to be remote workers first rather than coming into an office on a full time basis.[8]

Open-source tools[edit]

HashiCorp was founded by Mitchell Hashimoto and Armon Dadgar

HashiCorp provides a suite of open-source tools intended to support the development and deployment of large-scale service-oriented software installations. Each tool is aimed at specific stages in the life cycle of a software application, with a focus on automation. Many have a plugin-oriented architecture in order to provide integration with third-party technologies and services.[9] Additional proprietary features for some of these tools are offered commercially and are aimed at enterprise customers.[10]

The main product line consists of the following tools:[3][9]

Security issue[edit]

Around April 2021, a supply chain attack using code auditing tool codecov allowed hackers limited access to HashiCorp's customers networks.[24] As a result private credentials were leaked. HashiCorp revoked a private signing key and asked its customers to use a new rotated key.


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  9. ^ a b c Ward, Chris (20 June 2017). "HashiCorp Tools Useful for Continuous Integration". Codeship Blog.
  10. ^ a b "HashiCorp Announces the General Availability of Vault Enterprise for DevOps Security Across Dynamic Infrastructure". 7 September 2016.
  11. ^ "Release v0.1.0 · hashicorp/Vagrant". GitHub.
  12. ^ "Release v0.1.0 · hashicorp/Packer". GitHub.
  13. ^ "HashiCorp Packer 1.0".
  14. ^ "HashiCorp Consul".
  15. ^ "Vault/CHANGELOG.md at master · hashicorp/Vault". GitHub. April 2022.
  16. ^ "HashiCorp Nomad".
  17. ^ https://www.serf.io/
  18. ^ "Announcing Sentinel, HashiCorp's Policy as Code Framework".
  19. ^ "HashiCorp Sentinel - wikieduonline".
  20. ^ "HashiCorp Sentinel framework".
  21. ^ "Announcing HashiCorp Boundary".
  22. ^ "Alternatives to Hashicorp Boundary | strongDM". www.strongdm.com. Retrieved 2021-05-21.
  23. ^ "Announcing HashiCorp Waypoint".
  24. ^ "HashiCorp revoked private key exposed in Codecov security breach". VentureBeat. 2021-04-27. Retrieved 2021-08-03.

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