Continental Innovates with Rancher and Kubernetes
Register for our free Online Meetup on Implementing Infrastructure-as-Code. This DevOps best practice saves time, reduces the cost of human error, and boosts developer productivity. Learn how to setup an Infrastructure-as-Code workflow from start to finish and production grade.
In this webinar, we will present some of the challenges associated with managing persistent data in Kubernetes and how we can make day 2 operations easier to manage.
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.
Although more and more companies choose to containerize their applications and to use Kubernetes to orchestrate their containers, they continue to face a common challenge: how to preserve application data even after a container closes. Without the ability to persist data, containers might seem to have limited use in many workloads, especially in stateful applications and database architectures. Fortunately many solutions exist.
Join Rancher Labs as we do a deep dive into storage solutions for Docker containers and Kubernetes and discuss best practices for a wide variety of storage use cases.
We’re about to start the Rancher 2.0 beta program, so for this month’s meetup we’ll be providing a detailed look at the latest release of Rancher, and explaining how to get involved with the Beta. Rancher 2.0 is designed to make all aspects of leveraging Kubernetes easier for both users and admins, and we’ll highlight many of the latest features in this online meetup.
During the meetup we’ll be demoing the new release including all of the user-level features.
Rancher 2.0 tech preview provides centralized management of multiple Kubernetes clusters across multiple clouds. Features such as centralized provisioning, authentication, and access control significantly increase visibility into and control of your Kubernetes clusters.
Join us for our November online meetup when we’ll be doing a deep dive into the Rancher 2.0 cluster management capabilities. Rancher co-founders Darren Shepherd and Shannon Williams will discuss and demo: A new tool to stand up Kubernetes clusters on vSphere and bare metal servers Provisioning Kubernetes clusters on Google Centralizing authentication across clusters How to setup RBAC policies according to projects and team Deploying applications from Rancher catalog that are built out of Kubernetes YAML files As always, all demonstrations will be live.
Rancher is out of Beta, in our March online meetup we shared how to build a full-stack container platform. After nine months of beta, hundreds of thousands of downloads, and endless contributions to the open source community, Rancher 1.0 is now available. To celebrate, we focused our March meetup on demonstrating what’s new in 1.0 and providing an overview on how to use Rancher to deliver containers as a service for your organization.
On April 29th, Shannon Williams and Darren Shepherd hosted an online meetup to talk about deploying microservices based applications using Docker Compose and Rancher. The session included demonstrations of how to build a Docker Compose file, and how to use Rancher’s upcoming services capability to deploy, scale and manage docker environments. The first hour of the video includes overview content and the demonstrations. The rest of the recording are questions from the attendees.