Continental Innovates with Rancher and Kubernetes
Hotelbeds, a travel technology company that operates a hotel distribution platform, leveraged Rancher to manage its on-premise and cloud Kubernetes clusters and improved workload migration by 90 percent while lowering costs by 35 percent.
Learn about the integration of Citrix ADC as an Istio ingress gateway and sidecar proxy in Istio service mesh deployed on Rancher.
Rancher CEO Sheng Liang and Portworx CEO Murli Thirumale discuss the evolution of Kubernetes storage and how industry players must come together for the benefit of the open source community and industry at large.
Schneider Electric is undergoing a significant digital transformation. See how they are modernizing legacy systems to create a cluster of cloud-native microservices to become more agile and innovative with Rancher.
Learn how to deploy open source Ingress controller Ambassador on K3s.
Deploy k3OS to the edge and set up a Rancher control plane using Argo Workflows.
Public sector organization MPAC reduced update and patch management times by 80 percent and cluster deployment time by 85 percent with Rancher for unified Kubernetes management.
Many of Helm’s security best practices apply directly to how you manage your Kubernetes applications. Discover how you can use Helm and Helm Charts to create reproducible security in your Kubernetes deployments.
SAP is validating Rancher Kubernetes Engine (RKE) as a supported Kubernetes platform to deploy SAP Data Intelligence 3.0 (SAP DI). This blog will guide you on how to properly install SAP DI on an RKE cluster.
Learn how to use HAProxy as your Ingress Controller with Rancher. We explore features including zero downtime reloads, performance and observability
We outline an effective approach for the myriad of choices available in the Kubernetes ecosystem to realize the vision of simplified application development and deployment in the cloud, on prem and at the edge.
Deploy a PHP application on Kubernetes with custom OPcache and PHP-FPM configurations to improve performance. You’ll use Rancher to deploy a PHP application using custom environment variables to dynamically configure OPcache and PHP-FPM.
Containers - and Kubernetes - are now a key part of enterprise growth strategy across EMEA. How are companies in this region capitalising on Kubernetes?
Rancher 2.3 is now generally available. Read on to learn about the primary features and their benefits.
Some open source vendors think the number of code commits demonstrates their technical prowess and community commitment. I think users care much more about ‘business value’.
The RanchCast is an opportunity for engineers and operators to interact live with Rancher and Kubernetes community members.
This week Rancher Labs announced a record 161% year-on-year revenue growth, along with a 52% increase in the number of customers in the first half of 2019.
Rancher 2.3 Preview 2 dropped today, with preview support for Istio.
This guide details how to rotate certificates for Rancher launched, and Rancher Kubernetes Engine CLI provisioned, Kubernetes clusters, both before expiry when certificates are still valid, and also in the event that the certificates have already expired.
Hashicorp's Terraform allows you to quickly provision infrastructure and other components in a scalable, repeatable way. Today, we're announcing the release of a Terraform provider for Rancher 2 to help you provision and manage your Rancher and Kubernetes clusters with ease.
Rancher 2.1.0 supported Windows containers in experimental mode. Now we have upgraded Rancher to support the latest version of Windows containers and Kubernetes
My name is Jason van Brackel and I'm Rancher Labs' new Director of Community. In this post, I'd like to introduce myself and outline my vision of the community we can shape together.
This article by Rancher Head of Product Management describes the difference between Kubernetes scale up and scale out, and the need for multi-cluster applications solutions to handle challenges of Kubernetes scaling in production.
Rancher's multi-cluster applications are the easiest way to add reliability to applications running in multiple Kubernetes clusters.
Container platforms continue to evolve and mature in the Enterprise, with Kubernetes fast becoming the standard orchestration platform.
Join Rancher and experts from Aquasec and StorageOS as we show how to easily deploy and manage a Kubernetes cluster, and then look into ways to address the questions of security and storage in the platform.
In this session you’ll learn: How to deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters to any on-prem or cloud based platform How to deploy an application to the platform How to set up persistent storage volumes How to secure the container environments at each level Attendees are politely asked to ensure they attend if registered as space is limited to only 30 people, and also to be conversant with basic container management principles and aware of basic Kubernetes functionality.