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.
Rancher's newest open source project, Submariner, creates a single network across all Kubernetes clusters running on premise or in the cloud.
When evaluating application and system architecture, it is important to understand your options and their implications. In recent years, highly distributed systems have become popular, in part due to an influx of sophisticated tooling and an evolution in system management practices. In this guide, we will discuss some of the historical contexts from which distributed systems emerged and offer some general advice on what to keep in mind when designing these applications.
A brief look into the critical differences between VMware and Docker containers as a platform for application deployment.
The release of k3s has been met with enthusiasm by the Kubernetes community. Find out why k3s has become so popular so quickly and what teams are already doing with k3s one week after its launch.
Microservices are an alternative to monolithic application architecture that can help businesses adapt to modern deployment environments and increase their development velocity. In this article, we'll discuss the differences between these two approaches and the reasons organizations might want to consider microservices.
More than 20,000 production environments run Rancher, and more than 200 businesses across finance, health care, military, government, retail, manufacturing, and entertainment engage with with Rancher Labs commercially because they recognize that Rancher works better than other solutions. Read on to learn why those who use Rancher are passionate about its benefits.
This article covers Kubernetes security solutions that have an eye toward keeping clusters safe from unauthorized inside access. Second in a series of articles on Kubernetes security. Read more here.
Today Rancher Labs is announcing a new open source project, k3s, which is a lightweight, easy to install Kubernetes distribution geared towards resource-constrained environments and low touch operations.
In this tutorial, we walk through using Rancher to deploy a Redis cluster within Kubernetes. After following the steps in this article, you will have a fully functional installation of Redis, and you will have tested the cluster's availability under failure conditions.