Continental Innovates with Rancher and Kubernetes
SUSECON, from May 18-20, 2021, is the first SUSE event that includes the people and products from Rancher. It packs the content of three events into a single digital platform with three worlds: LinuxWorld, KubeWorld and EdgeWorld. Here’s why you should attend.
Service Mesh addresses the communication requirements typical in a microservices-based application, including encrypted tunnels, health checks, circuit breakers, load balancing and traffic permission. Leaving the microservices to address these requirements leads to an expensive and time consuming development process. In this blog, we’ll provide an overview of the most common microservice communication requirements that the Service Mesh architecture pattern solves.
The premise of cloud-native storage is simple: its native habitat is a Kubernetes cluster. When we design with the assumption that a technology will exist in Kubernetes, we get to look around and see what functionalities already exist in that system. And then we repurpose whatever functions are useful for our design.
Rancher Labs partner SVA shares highlights from Rancher 2.5, including the new Cluster Explorer UI, push-button backups and a new Kubernetes distribution, RKE Governmen
Learn how to update K3s, the lightweight Kubernetes distribution for edge computing, with a new open source project called System Upgrade Controller.
See how to manage K3s cluster upgrades from the Rancher UI in Rancher 2.4. K3s is a lightweight Kubernetes distribution from Rancher Labs that you can use to set up your development Kubernetes environment within minutes. It is great for production use cases and is built primarily for IOT and Edge devices.
The rapid adoption of Kubernetes has exposed a gap in the storage industry. See how Longhorn, a lightweight and easy-to-use storage platform that integrates with Rancher, bridges the gap.
IOT and Edge systems are pushing the limits of where containers and Kubernetes can run. Bhumik Patel from Arm takes a moment to talk about why this is important and how K3s solves the challenges that these deployments face.
Before Rancher 2.3, upgrading to the latest K8s release required upgrading Rancher. Rancher now enables updates to the latest secure releases of Kubernetes without changing the Rancher server version. Read on to learn how!
With the release of Rancher 2.3, Rancher is the first to have graduated Windows support to GA and can now deploy Kubernetes clusters with Windows support from within the user experience.
More than 20,000 production environments run Rancher, and more than 200 businesses across finance, health care, military, government, retail, manufacturing, and entertainment engage with with Rancher Labs commercially because they recognize that Rancher works better than other solutions. Read on to learn why those who use Rancher are passionate about its benefits.