Boundary 0.10.0 Released!

We’re excited to announce the release of Boundary 0.10.0. You can now download the Boundary 0.10 binary, and the latest Docker image from our Docker Hub repository.

As a reminder, HCP Boundary is in Beta!


Credential Management of SSH Keys: Boundary 0.10 includes enhancements to credential management, including added support for management of private keys.

SSH Brokering Helper Function: We’ve expanded support for the SSH brokering helper function that allows users to seamlessly connect to machines remotely without having to manually enter their brokered credentials. Learn more here.

Enhanced IAM Workflows in the Boundary Admin UI: Boundary 0.10 introduces enhanced IAM associations to Boundary’s Admin UI, allowing users to expand IAM associations in a project scope to resources such as group members and principals that reside in other scopes.

HCP Boundary BETA:

SSH Credential Injection: HCP Boundary now supports SSH Credential Injection, an active method of injecting credentials into an established connection, so that credentials are never exposed to users. Arriving with 0.10.0 is support for both SSH Password & Public Key Authentication methods via Vault or Static Credential Store.

If you are planning to use self-managed workers with HCP Boundary in version 0.10.0 and above, you need to download the HCP-specific worker binary from the downloads page. The HCP control plane version must also be up-to-date with the workers, otherwise new features will not work. The control plane version can be verified in the HCP Boundary portal.

See the Changelog for the full list of improvements and bug fixes.

Thank you for using Boundary!
The Boundary Team


[1] Boundary Binaries

[2] Boundary Docker Hub

[3] HCP Boundary Beta

[4] Security at HashiCorp

[5] Boundary 0.10 Changelog

[6] Learn Guide for SSH Credential Injection