If you use Rancher 1.6, you probably already know about Rancher Catalog, which lets your Rancher system users create and share application templates without the need for any technical knowledge about the applications. Read more
We’ve just released Rancher v1.6, the latest version of our container management platform. While we still recommend that production or mission-critical deployments use our most recent stable release, we’re excited to share what’s new in v1.6. In this release, we’ve built greater control for our users over their storage and secrets.
Validating EBS Support
We first implemented support for EBS before Rancher itself was even generally available, but in v1.6, we’re removing the ‘experimental’ tag. In addition to fixing some minor issues flagged by our community, this release contains:
Availability-zone aware scheduling for better container management within the same AZ
Additional options for EBS volumes: now users can specify options like volumetype, encrypted, and snapshotltd
Consider our EBS support ready for production!
As a side note, Rancher EBS support and development of Project Longhorn should not be considered conflicting efforts – we will always support popular and leading technologies, AWS included. While Project Longhorn is slated for eventual inclusion into Rancher, it’s still experimental, and for now Longhorn and Rancher remain separate. Read more