IT Strategy & Design,
The University of Auckland
Florian Le Galudec,
Tech Ops Director
Customer Systems Development Manager
- Bravissimo Ltd
Sungard Availability Services
Sr. Devops Engineer,
co-Founder and CTO
of Pit Rho
Director of Engineering,
Greg Van Wyngaard,
Bit Space Development
R&D Center, VP of
- Qin He,
System Engineer of
Senior Engineer, Tianhe2 (www.nscc-gz.cn)
General Manager & Founder of
Romain Di Giorgio,
Cloud Platform Architect,
Rancher is a complete, open source platform for deploying and managing containers in production. It includes commercially-supported distributions of Kubernetes, Mesos, and Docker Swarm, making it easy to run containerized applications on any infrastructure.
I've migrated my prod apps from VMs to containers and upgraded the availability! Rancher is awesome! @Rancher_Labs thank you guys!— Fernando Neto (@ferneto_) September 22, 2016
New things done today:— Jared (@jaredallard) September 14, 2016
- Setup a private docker repo
- Deployed @Rancher_Labs
- Bought a .com domain!
@smw355 there actually is an innovation team that have struggled with Docker before and have now been amazed with the ease of my Rancher env— Reboot Services (@reboot_nl) September 12, 2016
docker + rancher = <3— Gonçalo Margalho (@DevAlien) September 10, 2016
Just built a @Rancher_Labs RancherOS Cluster, and it is the easiest Docker Environment so far to setup and manage.— Tracey Monroe (@traceymonroe) August 31, 2016
After going through a number of Docker orchestration platforms, @Rancher_Labs is still my favorite. It just works!— Stefan Eggenschwiler (@ioguy) August 24, 2016
@Rancher_Labs all through a simple UI. It even uses github auth so I don't have to create annoying keys for every dev.— Nick Humrich (@nhumrich) August 24, 2016
@Rancher_Labs container administration is a piece of cake. I can rollback unhealthy services, check the logs, and even exec into a container— Nick Humrich (@nhumrich) August 24, 2016
@Rancher_Labs sounds fair to me. I've used rancher in prod since before 1.0. I love it so much. The best part of rancher is the friendly UI.— Nick Humrich (@nhumrich) August 24, 2016
A very interesting and promising project: Linux distro that runs the entire OS as docker containers @Rancher_Labs— Filippos (@filipposmastro) August 17, 2016
An all-in-one platform that delights users.
From the ground up, Rancher was designed to solve all of the critical challenges necessary to run all of your applications in containers. Rancher provides a full set of infrastructure services for containers, including networking, storage services, host management, load balancing and more. All of these services work across any infrastructure, and make it simple to reliably deploy and manage applications.
Now available in fabulous Kubernetes, Mesos, and Swarm flavors.
Scheduling is at the heart of container management. With Rancher 1.0 we’ve brought together three of the most popular container scheduling tools into a single platform. Users can now choose between Kubernetes, Mesos, and Swarm when they deploy environments. Rancher automatically stands up the cluster, enforces access control policies, and provides a complete UI for managing the cluster.
Happier Devs. Happier Ops.
DevOps teams are often the first group that implement Rancher within an organization. Rancher plays a critical role in the software development pipeline, working with CI/CD tools to automate all aspects of software deployments into test, staging and production environments. Ops teams love the visibility Rancher provides into hosts, containers, networking and storage. Making it simple to troubleshoot issues and deliver reliable deployments.
An App Catalog You’ll Actually Use
Enterprise application catalogs are almost always awful. Templates rarely work, apps are out of date, and god forbid you ever want to upgrade. So when we decided to build an app catalog in Rancher, we rethought the entire experience from the ground up. Rancher’s app catalog stores app templates in native Docker Compose, Mesos, or Kubernetes files, and keeps them in a central Git repo. Catalogs can be private or public, and they allow users to configure exactly how they want their services deployed, and when they want them to upgrade.
Enterprise Ready? Check.
As an open-source platform, Rancher is popular with companies of all sizes. However, our largest users typically have a long list of requirements they need to make sure Rancher supports in order to satisfy auditors and security teams. We’ve made sure Rancher supports all of these, including role-based access control, integration with LDAP and Active Directories, detailed audit logs, high-availability management servers, encrypted networking, and of course the option to purchase enterprise-grade 24x7x365 support.
This hands-on guidebook provides a detailed overview of how to integrate containers into your build, test and deployment processes to dramatically improve software delivery and operations.