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Jun 5, 2020   |  By Idan Ben Yair
In today’s ever-changing world of DevOps, it is essential to follow best practices. That goes for security, access control, resource limits, etc. One of the most important things in the world of DevOps is continuous integration and continuous delivery, or CI/CD. Continuous integration is a crucial part of an efficient deployment. We are all guilty of repeating manual steps over and over again – especially when it comes to node configuration.
Jun 2, 2020   |  By Tom Callway
Today we’re announcing the general availability of Longhorn, an enterprise-grade, cloud-native container storage solution. Longhorn directly answers the need for an enterprise-grade, vendor-neutral persistent storage solution that supports the easy development of stateful applications within Kubernetes. We’ve been working on Longhorn for almost as long as we’ve been around as a company.
Jun 2, 2020   |  By Wendie Cheung
By 2025, IDC expects worldwide data to grow by 61 percent to 175 zettabytes. This increase in data consumption has contributed to a massive shift within the technology landscape in the last decade, where organizations have been forced to adapt to a digital-dependant world.
Jun 2, 2020   |  By William Jimenez
When Frodo was commissioned on a seemingly straightforward journey to retrieve the One Ring, I doubt he realized the adventure and commitment he was embarking on. Rancher Labs started on a similarly daring journey almost four years ago. It didn’t take a wizard showing up uninvited at dinner to convince us of this. From the beginning of Rancher Labs, our founding team had a deep conviction about the importance of storage in the future of cloud-first computing.
May 27, 2020   |  By Caroline Kvitka
When it comes to deciding where and how to shop for food, consumers have a choice. And it may only take one negative experience with a retailer for a consumer to take their business elsewhere. For food retail leader Albert Heijn, customer satisfaction and innovation at its 950+ retail stores and e-commerce site are driving forces.
Jan 12, 2019   |  By Rancher
This newly-updated, in-depth guidebook provides a detailed overview of the features and functionality of the new Rancher: an open-source enterprise Kubernetes platform.
Jun 5, 2020   |  By Rancher
This presentation ran at the DevOps Institute skilUP Day event on May 21, 2020. If Kubernetes exists to make your life easier, why is it such a nightmare to use? There are a million and one presentations on how to use Kubernetes in your DevOps workflow, but they all start from a flawed foundation. They all assume that you wanted to use Kubernetes in the first place. In the shiny world where Kubernetes is King, we are its subjects, forced to use it and smile while we grit our teeth.
Jun 2, 2020   |  By Rancher
If you are or your organization is running Kubernetes, then it's likely that you are running more than one cluster. This model works well for most, but starts to break down when microservices and service mesh enter the discussion. However, with some additional configuration and tooling , a multicluster mesh can take advantage of distributed Kubernetes environments and the services therein. In this Master Class, recorded on June 20, 2020, Rancher Field Engineer Jason Skrzypek discusses and demos a multi-cluster service mesh running Istio.
May 21, 2020   |  By Rancher
Windows containerization efforts continue to grow and deploying workloads on a hybrid Kubernetes cluster might soon be in your future. Rancher fully supports creating and managing Windows Clusters today and we would like to show you how it could look like within your organization.
May 20, 2020   |  By Rancher
How do you make sure your clusters are up to date and running the right version of your releases and policies? Doing this by hand can be very hard and time consuming. GitOps helps to solve this issue by allowing you to operationalize your Git repos and ensure that what you have in Git is what is being deployed to your clusters regardless of where they are.
May 19, 2020   |  By Rancher
Today we're launching the inaugural course of the new Rancher Academy: Certified Rancher Operator: Level 1. In this course you'll learn and demonstrate the skills to install Rancher, install downstream Kubernetes clusters, and interact with them from the perspective of a user and an operator. The course ends with a final assessment, and when you pass, you'll receive a certificate from Rancher Labs that will help you advance your career.