Cattle to K8s
In this blog series, we will try to explore how various features supported by Rancher 1.6 using Cattle can be mapped to their equivalents in the Kubernetes world using Rancher 2.0. Read part 1 here.
When your application is user-facing, ensuring continuous availability and minimal downtime is a challenge. Hence, monitoring health of the application is essential to avoid any outages. This article explains how to monitor the health of your applications on Kubernetes clusters in Rancher 2.0.
This article is a continuation in a series on migrating from Rancher 1.6 to Rancher 2.0. Learn more about application load balancing options in Rancher 2.0
This article is a continuation in a series on migrating from Rancher 1.6 to Rancher 2.0. It explores how to expose Kubernetes workloads publicly using port mapping in Rancher 2.0
Rancher 1.6 is a widely used container orchestration platform that runs and manages Docker and Kubernetes in production. This article is a continuation in a series on migrating from Rancher 1.6 to Rancher 2.0. This article explores how to map the 1.6 scheduling options to Rancher 2.0
This article is a continuation in a series on migrating from Rancher 1.6 to Rancher 2.0. Learn more about how internal service discovery works in Rancher 2.0
This demonstration by Rancher Engineer Prachi Damle shows users how to migrate applications from Rancher 1.6 Cattle to Rancher 2.0 Kubernetes.
In our October Rancher Meetup, we’ll discuss how to transition various aspects of Rancher 1.6 applications to Rancher 2.0. We’ll look at key terminology differences and parallels, how to implement important elements, and transition from Cattle Compose to YAML specs.
Rancher 1.6 and Rancher 2.0 have slightly different terms and concepts underpinning the container orchestration engine. Learn the fundamental differences between Cattle and Kubernetes. For anyone who has used Cattle or is new to Kubernetes, this article is for you. Get a container orchestrator Cattle to Kubernetes glossary cheatsheet as well.