Rancher 2.0 was released to general availability this month, and one of the key use cases we developed this platform for was to help organizations build a Container-as-a-Service platform using Kubernetes.
In our May online meetup, we dove into the reality of running an enterprise container platform built on Rancher 2.0.
During the Meetup we discussed how to meet the needs of development teams, production deployments, and IT operations. Rancher co-founders Darren Shepherd and Shannon Williams discussed and demoed:
Approaches to workload isolation in Kubernetes
Multi-cluster management approaches
User privileges and Delegated administration
Defining centralized security policies
Optimizing infrastructure utilization
The recording also features many questions asked by attendees. Thanks everybody for your questions and support.