Illumina Innovates with Rancher and Kubernetes
Rancher Labs Takes Kubernetes to the Edge and Beyond, Expands Product Portfolio
Kubernetes on Windows support will prompt IT teams to evaluate the open source container orchestration framework, now the de facto standard for cloud-native apps, for a broader set of legacy applications.
Rancher 2.3 features support for Windows containers, integration with the Istio service mesh, and new cluster templates.
The team behind the cluster-management platform Rancher just released version 2.3 of its project into the enterprise world, promising better security and support for provisioning Windows clusters amongst other new and improved capabilities.
Rancher Labs has become the first provider of a Kubernetes distribution to become available on Windows containers.
Rancher 2.3 strengthens Rancher’s "Run Kubernetes Everywhere" strategy by enabling an even broader range of enterprises to leverage the transformative power of Kubernetes.
Rancher offers a preconfigured, multitenant Kubernetes distribution that companies can deploy in any cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.
In the tradition of embedded Linux comes k3OS, an open source project for managing Kubernetes instances on embedded platforms at the edge.
In this episode of CloudSkills.fm I talk to Sheng Liang, Co-founder and CEO at Rancher Labs, about deploying and managing multi-cloud workloads with Kubernetes.
Today Rancher announces a partnership with Arm to create a Kubernetes-based platform for IoT, edge, and data center nodes, all powered by Arm servers. Rancher and Arm are working jointly on a Smart City project in China. Read more here.
Rancher now has added support for Huawei Cloud Container Engine (CCE), Alibaba Cloud Container Service for Kubernetes (ACK) and Tencent Kubernetes Engine (TKE). The integration will be available in Rancher 2.2, scheduled to ship in early 2019.
Rancher 2.0 was made GA (generally available) on May 1st, and there is quite a bit to be excited about. Providing a managed Kubernetes distribution, Rancher is deterministic in deployment and lightweight in installation.
At full scale Chick-fil-A will be running Kubernetes at the Edge in each of our 2000 restaurants. That means roughly 6000 devices at the Edge running Kubernetes.
Rancher Labs recently ran an analyst day in San Francisco. The event had thirteen customer speakers, which, given Rancher claims to have 200 paying customers, is a pretty decent chunk of the installed base.
Shannon Williams discusses takeaways from KubeCon Europe 2018. As co-founder of Rancher Labs and after attending KubeCon every year since 2015, Shannon sees important lessons from the conference that affect small and large organizations who are adopting Kubernetes. Read now.
Following my journey in evaluating and building Enterprise-grade Kubernetes from scratch on VMware ESXi hypervisor with different software stacks / frameworks, my next stop is to take a good look at what Rancher Labs has to offer.
Many organizations run Kubernetes clusters in a single public cloud like GCE or AWS, and as a result have reasonably homogenous infrastructure needs. In these situations deploying Kubernetes clusters is relatively straightforward.
CNCF welcomes Longhorn to its sandbox
ITOps Times news digest: Rancher Labs project joins CNCF, Moogsoft Express released, and Kontena Lens 2.3
In addition to managing container networking across cloud providers, we are excited to announce the following features in Rancher v0.2. First up, the team has exposed the building blocks for storage management.
Rancher Labs releases K3s as general availability and Rio as beta, extending company’s technology leadership in addressing the needs of both ITOps and DevOps teams.
Rancher Labs, creators of the industry’s most widely adopted Kubernetes management platform, today released highlights of a survey of 1,106 tech users at large and small enterprises. Read the details here.
Netic, part of the consortium responsible for deploying and managing Denmark’s largest ever telemedicine infrastructure project, Fælles Udbud Telemedicin (FUT) - Joint Tender of Telemedicine - has selected Rancher Labs as its container platform partner.
Rancher Labs, creators of the industry’s most widely adopted Kubernetes management platform, announced today The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has accepted the company’s innovative, vendor-neutral container storage solution - Longhorn - as its latest Sandbox project.
Rancher Labs today announced the general availability of Rancher 2.3. The latest release of their flagship product includes support for Windows containers, integration of Istio service mesh, and new cluster templates that provide enhanced security for large scale deployments of Kubernetes.
De Volksbank, a leading retail bank in the Netherlands, is accelerating the transformation of its IT infrastructure with the selection of Rancher Labs as its container platform partner. Read more.
Provider of enterprise container management software recognized by leading analyst firm for innovation and vision in the container industr
Enterprise container management software leader identified as a Sample Vendor in multiple reports as company momentum continues
Program expands the company’s enterprise reach, empowers partners to capitalize on the massive market opportunity for container management software
New software releases, global expansion initiatives, and additional funding drive the container management platform leader to new heights
Purpose built to simplify Kubernetes operations in low-resource computing environments, k3OS preview release now available
Company reduces in-house development efforts for container management with Rancher
The GA release introduces innovative new features to simplify the provisioning of Kubernetes-as-a-service, allowing users to focus on accelerating innovation and driving business value
K3s from Rancher Labs addresses emerging use cases for Kubernetes on edge and IoT devices
Rancher Labs announced today support for multi-cluster applications within Rancher, its open source Kubernetes management platform. Rancher is the first platform to simultaneously deploy applications to multiple clusters, a huge benefit for multi-cluster and edge computing environments.
Rancher Labs, a provider of container management software, today announced enhanced Prometheus support, delivering greater visibility into Kubernetes clusters and making Rancher the only solution that supports Prometheus in a multi-cluster, multi-tenant environment.
Rancher Labs, a provider of container management software, today announced a partnership with Arm to meet the needs of Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing deployments.
Expanded support extends to Huawei Cloud, Alibaba Cloud and Tencent Cloud
Latest version of leading open source Kubernetes management software introduces improved cluster operations and application management functionalities
Co-produced by Rancher, Google, Gitlab and Aqua Security, Lighthouse 2018 events to take place across North America
Sheng Liang, CEO of Rancher Labs, announces that Rancher 2.0 has achieved GA and is ready for production deployment. Rancher 2.0 is an open-source, enterprise Kubernetes platform for running containers in production. Read how Rancher 2.0 works and what Rancher plans to release next.
This latest release makes it possible to manage all Kubernetes clusters under a single Rancher instance.
A provider of container management software, today announced they were recognized as one of four Cool Vendors in the May report by Gartner, Inc.
Users will be able to access the usability, security and portability benefits of Docker EE through the easy to use Rancher interface.
RancherOS eliminates any unnecessary libraries and services, resulting in a footprint three times smaller than that of other container operating systems.
The only container management platform that supports Mesos, Kubernetes and Docker Swarm
GRC SinoGreen, with participation from existing investors, funding will help Rancher Labs maintain momentum, and meet sales and marketing goals
An open source software platform that provides a complete set of infrastructure services for managing containers in production, as well as a formal
Mayfield and Nexus Venture Partners invest in open source software for running Docker in production
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