RancherVM Live Migration with Shared Storage

With the latest release of RancherVM, we’ve added the ability to schedule virtual machines (guests) to specific Kubernetes Nodes (hosts). This declarative placement (in Kubernetes terms: required node affinity) can be modified at any time. For stopped VMs, no change will be observed until the VM starts. For running VMs, the VM will enter a migrating state. RancherVM will then migrate the running guest machine from old to new host. Read More…

James Oliver
James Oliver
event May 29, 2018
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RancherVM Now Available on Kubernetes

Since we launched RancherVM project a couple of years ago, we have received a lot of positive feedback from users. One enhancement many users wanted is the ability to manage VMs on a cluster of nodes. Today we are excited to announce a port of RancherVM to Kubernetes. We’ve added resource scheduling, a browser-based VNC client, IP address discovery, key-based authentication, and an updated user interface. Watch James Oliver, Rancher’s Tools and Automation Engineer, demo RancherVM. Read More…

James Oliver
James Oliver
event April 27, 2018
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