Illumina Innovates with Rancher and Kubernetes
Rancher 2.3 is now available
Rio Beta was released on November 19. This article gives you a broad introduction to the features and capabilities of this awesome application deployment engine for Kubernetes.
IOT and Edge systems are pushing the limits of where containers and Kubernetes can run. Bhumik Patel from Arm talks about how K3s solves these challenges.
In this whitepaper, Rancher co-founder Shannon Williams shares best practices pulled from working with hundreds of teams to implement a Kubernetes strategy.
Create, manage and support multiple enterprise grade clusters from a single pane of glass UI. Use Projects for additional level of isolation in the same cluster.
Rancher is a complete software stack for teams adopting containers. It addresses the operational and security challenges of managing multiple Kubernetes clusters, while providing DevOps teams with integrated tools for running containerized workloads.
You don’t need to figure Kubernetes out all on your own. Rancher is open source software, with an enormous community of users.
See how easy it is to get up and running with Rancher, right away.
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Prepare a Linux host with 64-bit Ubuntu 16.04 or 18.04 (or another supported Linux distribution), and at least 4GB of memory. Install a supported version of Docker on the host.
To install and run Rancher, execute the following Docker command on your host:
$ sudo docker run -d --restart=unless-stopped -p 80:80 -p 443:443 rancher/rancher
To access the Rancher server UI, open a browser and go to the hostname or address where the container was installed. You will be guided through setting up your first cluster.
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“Using Rancher increases our efficiency and allows our engineering teams to focus on creating the next great product innovations.”
"With the help of Rancher, it took just a few weeks to have a well setup environment where we could easily create and manage all our Kubernetes clusters."
"With this type of infrastructure, we are able to move the applications across our virtual machines in a simple way.”
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