Rancher Labs Launches Submariner Networking Project

Rancher Labs Launches Submariner Networking Project for Kubernetes

Rancher Labs has launched an open source project intended to make it easier to build a network spanning multiple Kubernetes clusters. Company CEO Sheng Liang says the Submariner project makes it possible ...
Kubernetes Cluster Management Reach

Rancher Labs Extends Kubernetes Cluster Management Reach

The rate at which Kubernetes clusters are likely to be deployed in enterprise IT environments is on the verge of accelerating greatly. IT organizations now are being challenged with how to monitor ...
Canonical Teams with Rancher Labs on Kubernetes

Canonical Teams with Rancher Labs on Kubernetes

Provisioning a Kubernetes cluster has become a lot easier in recent months, but the daily management of the platform still can be challenging. To make it simpler to manage a Kubernetes cluster, ...
Rancher Labs Embraces Kubernetes

Rancher Labs Embraces Kubernetes

Rancher Labs originally developed Cattle as an orchestration engine specifically optimized for Docker containers. Now, with its technical preview of the Rancher 2.0 management framework unveiled this week, the company is signaling it ...
RancherOS Lightweight OS Comes of Age

RancherOS Lightweight OS Comes of Age

As containers become more prevalent across the enterprise, it’s become apparent that server operating systems will never be the same again. Because containers package so many of the libraries and subsystems that ...
Rancher Labs Adds Support for Mesos

Rancher Labs Adds Support for Mesos

CUPERTINO, Calif.–(Business Wire)–Rancher Labs, a provider of container management software, today announced support for Mesos, a popular and well-established scheduler and cluster manager for massively distributed applications. Rancher added support for Mesos ...
Rancher Labs Releases Version 1.0 of Turnkey Container Management Platform

Rancher Labs Releases Version 1.0 of Turnkey Container Management Platform

One of the best attributes of containers is that they are relatively simple for developers to spin up on their own. In the best tradition of containers it then follows that the ...