Continental Innovates with Rancher and Kubernetes
Gartner analysts claim that Kubernetes doesn’t make applications portable and you’ll need luck to avoid lock-in. We provide a counter argument – and tell you how to avoid Kubernetes lock-in with Rancher.
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.
In this Kubernetes Master Class, Rancher Engineers will explore how RKE was designed, the internals of how RKE works, and how Rancher and RKE work together.
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.
In this article, we differentiate between Rancher and related components like RKE and custom clusters. We talk about what each piece is responsible for and how they work together to enable better cluster management.
Learn more about setting up a basic Kubernetes cluster with ease using Rancher Kubernetes Engine (RKE.) For more trainings and tutorials, visit Rancher.
This tutorial gets you up and running with using Kubernetes deployment tools to deploy a cluster on Exoscale. Read our tips and best practices at Rancher.
Rancher Kubernetes Engine is a lightweight, easy to use installer for Kubernetes.
Recently, we announced our second milestone release of Rancher 2.0 Tech Preview 2. This includes the possibility to add custom nodes (nodes that are already provisioned with a Linux operating system and Docker) by running a generated docker run command to launch the rancher/agent container, or by connecting over SSH to that node. In this post, we will explore how we can automate the generation of the command to add nodes using the docker runcommand.
Today, Amazon announced a managed Kubernetes service called Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS). This means that all three major cloud providers—AWS, Azure, and GCP—now offer managed Kubernetes services. This is great news for Kubernetes users. Even though users always have the option to stand up their own Kubernetes clusters, and new tools like Rancher Kubernetes Engine (RKE) make that process even easier, cloud-managed Kubernetes installations should be the best choice for the majority of Kubernetes users.
Today, we are announcing a new open-source project called the Rancher Kubernetes Engine (RKE), our new Kubernetes installer. RKE is extremely simple, lightning fast, and works everywhere.
Why a new Kubernetes installer? In the last two years, Rancher has become one of the most popular ways to stand up and manage Kubernetes clusters. Users love Rancher as a Kubernetes installer because it is very easy to use. Rancher fully automates etcd, the Kubernetes master, and worker node operations.
Installing Kubernetes can be one of the toughest problems for operations and DevOps. Learn more about Rancher's lightweight tool for installing Kubernetes.