Last week we announced a partnership with EVRY, one of the leading IT companies in the Nordics, to deliver Rancher’s container management platform as a service to EVRY customers. This is an exciting moment for Rancher as the service will introduce our software to a new audience looking to embrace DevOps and transform how they deliver IT. Not surprisingly, our relationship with EVRY began last year when a couple of their cloud architects downloaded Rancher and built a small test deployment.
This morning, we’re excited to launch the Rancher Partner Network - a group of leading organizations focused on building top-notch cloud and container solutions for their customers. These are vendors with whom we collaborate, and whom we trust and endorse to help enterprises bring containers into their development workflows and production environments. The Rancher Partner Network includes consulting partners, systems integrators, resellers, and service providers from the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
One of the great benefits of the Rancher container management platform is that it runs on any infrastructure. While it’s possible to add any Linux machine as a host using our custom setup option, using one of the machine drivers in Rancher makes it especially easy to add and manage your infrastructure. Today, we’re pleased to have a new machine driver available in Rancher, from our friends at cloud.ca. cloud.ca is a regional cloud IaaS for Canadian or foreign businesses requiring that all or some of their data remain in Canada, for reasons of compliance, performance, privacy or cost.
On July 25th, Luke Marsden from Weaveworks and Bill Maxwell from Rancher Labs led a webinar on ‘A Practical Toolbox to Supercharge Your Kubernetes Cluster’. In the talk they described how you can use Rancher and Weave Cloud to set up, manage and monitor an app in Kubernetes. In this blog, we’ll discuss how and why Weave developed the best-practice RED method for monitoring apps with Prometheus. What is Prometheus Monitoring?
For any team using containers – whether in development, test, or production – an enterprise-grade registry is a non-negotiable requirement. JFrog Artifactory is much beloved by Java developers, and it’s easy to use as a Docker registry as well. To make it even easier, we’ve put together a short walkthrough to setting things up Artifactory in Rancher. Before you start For this article, we’ve assumed that you already have a Rancher installation up and running (if not, check out our Quick Start guide), and will be working with either Artifactory Pro or Artifactory Enterprise.