Illumina Innovates with Rancher and Kubernetes
This training session will go over how to monitor the Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Golden Signals in a Kubernetes cluster using Prometheus and Slack.
Rancher 2.0 is now available in Beta, and users will notice a ton of new features that really improve how users deploy and manage their applications. In this meetup, we’ll walk through how to deploy applications in Rancher 2.0, as well as how to use the new monitoring, logging and pipeline features.
During the Meetup we’ll be demoing the new Beta, including all of the user-level features. Rancher co-founders Darren Shepherd and Shannon Williams will discuss and demo: -Deploying Kubernetes Applications in Rancher -Automating log management -Configuring monitoring and alerts -Using the Rancher Catalog with Helm -Using Rancher pipeline.
In our August Rancher Meetup, we’ll dive into how to build a CI/CD workflow with Rancher 2.0 and Kubernetes. We’ll look at best practices for building pipelines with containers, and some of the tools that make it easier. Register for your free link to the online meetup here.
In this Kubernetes Master Class, we will discuss in depth the approach Rancher uses for multi-cluster multi-tenant setups.
In this Kubernetes Master Class, you'll learn how to set up automation for the key pieces of Kubernetes cluster backup, recovery, and migration that you'll need in order to provide high availability to your customers. Join the training here.
Introduction Kubernetes solves the problem of orchestrating containerized applications at scale by replacing the manual processes involved in their deployment, operation, and scaling with automation. While this enables us to run containers in production with great resiliency and comparably low operational overhead, the Kubernetes control plane and the container runtime layer have also increased the complexity of the IT infrastructure stack.
In order to reliably run Kubernetes in production, it is therefore essential to ensure that any existing monitoring strategy targeted at traditional application deployments is enhanced to provide the visibility required to operate and troubleshoot these additional container layers.
In this master class, we will help you understand the journey of bringing Istio into a production environment and how it differs from your testing environments.
Introduction As Kubernetes becomes more and more prevalent as a container orchestration system, it is important to properly architect your Kubernetes clusters to be highly available. This guide covers some of the options that are available for deploying highly available clusters, as well as an example of deploying a highly available cluster.
In this article, we will be using the Rancher Kubernetes Engine (RKE) as the installation tool for our cluster.
Introduction The demands of modern software development combined with complexities of deploying to varied infrastructure can make creating applications a tedious process. As applications grow in size and scope, and development teams become more distributed and diverse, the overall process required to produce and release software quickly and consistently becomes more difficult.
To address these issues, teams began exploring new strategies to automate their build, test, and release processes to help deploy new changes to production faster.
Kubernetes sits at the intersection of DevOps and ITOps, and is creating exciting new opportunities to accelerate development, improve application delivery, and simplify operations. In this session we’ll look at how organizations are implementing Kubernetes as an IT service and discuss best practices for managing clusters across different infrastructure.
Container platforms continue to evolve and mature in the Enterprise, with Kubernetes fast becoming the standard orchestration platform.
Join Rancher and experts from Aquasec and StorageOS as we show how to easily deploy and manage a Kubernetes cluster, and then look into ways to address the questions of security and storage in the platform.
In this session you’ll learn: How to deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters to any on-prem or cloud based platform How to deploy an application to the platform How to set up persistent storage volumes How to secure the container environments at each level Attendees are politely asked to ensure they attend if registered as space is limited to only 30 people, and also to be conversant with basic container management principles and aware of basic Kubernetes functionality.
Join this free Online Kubernetes Master Class to learn from CloudOps use case in how they containerized telco network functions that can be orchestrated by Kubernetes.
In this Kubernetes master class, you'll learn simple ways of adding automation to your vault operation to help reduce operator toil and to allow developers to add new applications via a GitOps flow. Register for the Class Here.
In this Kubernetes master class, we'll look at how to ensure business continuity for your most important applications running on Kubernetes. Join now.
Helm Charts have proven to be very useful for developers looking to create repeatable deployments of their applications. This training will go over using pre-provisioned catalog apps, as well as demonstrate the creation of metadata for custom catalog apps to provide the interface to users who wish to deploy their own Helm Charts.
In this presentation by Rancher Director of Community Jason van Brackel, you will learn how to setup alerts with Rancher and Prometheus Alert Manager to find problems before there's an outage.
In this Kubernetes master class, we'll look at how to ensure business continuity for your most important applications running on Kubernetes.
Introduction With the rise of the containerization technology and increased attention from enterprises and technologists in general, more and more containerized applications have been deployed to the cloud. Moreover, research conducted by 451 Research predicts that the application container market will grow dramatically through 2020, which will continue to expand the number of containerized applications in the cloud.
When the scale and complexity of production-critical containers rises, container orchestration tools step into the picture and fill an important gap in the container management toolbox.
Database workloads that require fast recovery can't afford manual intervention. StorageOS engineers will highlight challenges running databases in StatefulSets and demonstrate how to solve them on Rancher.
Hosted Rancherは、完全に管理されたRancherサーバーのクラウドベースのインスタンスです。別々のKubernetesクラスタのメンテナンスや Rancher アプリケーションのインストール、アップグレードなどは必要ありません。オンプレミスの Rancher と同様に、ダウンストリームの Kubernetesクラスタのすべての制御と所有権を保持することができます。今すぐ Hosted Rancher をお試しいただくメリットとして、事業継続性の向上、コストの削減、採用率の向上の 3 つを挙げています。
This Kubernetes Master Class session will show you how to set up a build, test, deploy pipeline using Helm, Jenkins, JFrog Artifactory, using Rancher on Kubernetes. Demo included!
Introduction In this guide, we will demonstrate how to deploy an application to a Kubernetes cluster. We’ll use a simple demonstration container to walk through how to create a Deployment, how to update the running application with kubectl, and how to scale the application out by launching more container instances within the same Deployment.
Deploying an Application Within Kubernetes For our example, we will use a pre-built container provided by Rancher.
Introduction The mechanism for interacting with Kubernetes on a daily basis is typically through a command line tool called kubectl. kubectl is primarily used to communicate with Kubernetes API servers to create, update, delete workloads within Kubernetes. The objective of this tutorial is to provide an overview of some of the common commands that you can utilise, as well as provide a good starting point in managing Kubernetes.
We will cover how to install kubectl on your machine, communicate with your Kubernetes environment, and perform some common actions.