Installing Kubernetes can be one of the toughest problems for operations and DevOps. Learn more about Rancher's lightweight tool for installing Kubernetes.
Google Container Engine, or GKE for short (the K stands for Kubernetes), is Google’s offering in the space of Kubernetes runtime deployments. When used in conjunction with a couple of other components from the Google Cloud Platform, GKE provides a one-stop shop for creating your own Kubernetes environment, on which you can deploy all of the containers and pods that you wish without having to worry about managing Kubernetes masters and capacity.
It’s finally here: the Rancher you’ve all been waiting for. Rancher 2.0 is now in preview mode and available to deploy! Rancher 2.0 brings us a whole new Kubernetes-based structure, with new features like platform-wide multi-select, adoption of existing Kubernetes clusters, and much, much more. If you’re looking to dive in with Rancher 2.0, you’ve come to the right place. Assumptions You have a Linux host with at least 4 GB of RAM.