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Using JFrog Artifactory as Docker Image Repository

Using JFrog Artifactory as Docker Image Repository

This article is a continuation of Deploying JFrog Artifactory with Rancher. In this chapter we’ll demonstrate how to use JFrog Artifactory as a private repository for your own Docker images. NOTE: This feature of JFrog Artifactory requires a license, but you can get a 30-day trial and use it to follow along. Prepare GCP for the Deployment If you plan to use Artifactory as a repository for Docker outside of your local network, you’ll need a public IP address. 了解更多…

Roman Doroschevici
Roman Doroschevici
event November 2, 2018
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Deploying JFrog Artifactory with Rancher, Part One

Deploying JFrog Artifactory with Rancher, Part One

Deploying JFrog Artifactory with Rancher, Part One JFrog Artifactory is a universal artifact repository that supports all major packaging formats, build tools and continuous integration (CI) servers. It holds all of your binary content in a single location and presents an interface that makes it easy to upload, find, and use binaries throughout the application development and delivery process. In this article we’ll walk through using Rancher to deploy and manage JFrog Artifactory on a Kubernetes cluster. 了解更多…

Roman Doroschevici
Roman Doroschevici
event October 29, 2018
timer Read Time: 11 minutes

Forrester identifies Rancher as a Leader in Enterprise Container Management.

Forrester identifies Rancher as a Leader in Enterprise Container Management.

Last week we got some exciting news here at Rancher, when the analyst firm Forrester published a report that identified Rancher as in its “leaders” category for Enterprise Container Management Software. Rancher was identified as a leader along with Docker Enterprise Edition and RedHat OpenShift, and was specifically called out for excelling in providing multi-cluster Kubernetes management. The analysts ranked Docker EE first giving it high marks for supporting both Swarm and Kubernetes and providing leadership for the Docker open source community, and scored OpenShift highly for how well it integrates with the RedHat ecosystem of products, and for providing an integrated developer experience. 了解更多…

Shannon Williams
Shannon Williams
event October 22, 2018
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Challenges and Solutions for Scaling Kubernetes in the Hybrid Cloud

Challenges and Solutions for Scaling Kubernetes in the Hybrid Cloud

Introduction Let’s assume you’re in business online: you have your own datacenter and a private cloud running your website. You’ll have a number of servers deployed to run applications and store their data. The overall website traffic in this scenario is pretty constant, yet there are times where you expect traffic growth. How do you handle all this growth in traffic? The first thing that comes to mind is that you need to be able to scale some of your applications in order to cope with the traffic increase. 了解更多…

Calin Rus
Calin Rus
event October 18, 2018
timer Read Time: 7 minutes

Migrating Applications from Rancher 1.6 to Rancher 2.0: Walkthrough Video

Rancher 2.0 was rearchitected with the goal of providing a complete multi-cluster management solution for Kubernetes and Docker containers. Because of these changes, there is no direct upgrade path from Rancher 1.6 to Rancher 2.x. This demonstration video guides users through migrating Rancher 1.6 applications to Rancher 2.x. There are several other important resources to utilize: October Online Meetup: Migrating from Rancher 1.6 to Rancher 2.0 In our October Online Meetup, we will dive into how to transition various aspects of Rancher 1. 了解更多…

Prachi Damle
Prachi Damle
event October 16, 2018
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The Unexpected Kubernetes: Part 2: Volume and Many Ways of Persisting Data

Recap Last time we talked about PV, PVC, Storage Class and Provisioner. To quickly recap: Originally PV was designed to be a piece of storage pre-allocated by administrator. Though after the introduction of Storage Class and Provisioner, users are able to dynamically provision PVs now. PVC is a request for a PV. When used with Storage Class, it will trigger the dynamic provisioning of a matching PV. 了解更多…

Sheng Yang
Sheng Yang
event October 11, 2018
timer Read Time: 11 minutes

Kubernetes versus Docker: What's the difference?

Docker vs Kubernetes: The Journey from Docker to Kubernetes The need to deploy applications from one computing environment to another quickly, easily, and reliably has become a critical part of enterprise’s business requirements and DevOps team’s daily workflow. It’s unsurprising then, that container technologies, which make application deployment and management easier for teams of all sizes, have risen dramatically in recent years. At the same time, however, virtual machines (VM) as computing resources have reached their peak use in virtualized data centers. 了解更多…

Faruk Caglar, PhD
Faruk Caglar, PhD
event October 9, 2018
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Introduction to Container Security

Containers are still a relatively new technology, but they have already had a massive impact on software development and delivery. Companies all around the world are starting to migrate towards microservices, and containers enable developers to quickly spin up services with minimal effort. In the past it took a fair amount of time to download, install, and configure software, but now you can take advantage of solutions that have already been packaged up for you and only require a single command to run. 了解更多…

Jeffrey Poore
Jeffrey Poore
event October 1, 2018
timer Read Time: 8 minutes

Setup a basic Kubernetes cluster with ease using RKE

In this post, you will go from 3 Ubuntu 16.04 nodes to a basic Kubernetes cluster in a few simple steps. To accomplish this, you will be using Rancher Kubernetes Engine (RKE). To be able to use RKE, you will need 3 Linux nodes with Docker installed (see Requirements below). This won’t be a production ready cluster, but enough to get you familiar with RKE, some Kubernetes and be able to play around with the cluster. 了解更多…

Sebastiaan van Steenis
Sebastiaan van Steenis
event September 26, 2018
timer Read Time: 14 minutes

What's new in Kubernetes 1.12

Kubernetes 1.12 will be released this week on Thursday, September 27, 2018. Version 1.12 ships just three months after Kubernetes 1.11 and marks the third major release of this year. The short cycle is inline with the quarterly release cycle the project has followed since it’s GA in 2015. Kubernetes releases 2018 | Kubernetes Release | Date | |--------------------|--------------------| | 1.10 | March 26, 2018 | | 1.11 | June 27, 2018 | | 1. 了解更多…

event September 24, 2018
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