Advocate / Technical Evangelist Infrastructure Engineer Frontend Engineer Community Music,Live,FES !! Take a picture !! https://www.flickr.com/photos/cyberblack ISBN-10: 4798155373 ISBN-13: 978-4798155371 I wrote the Chapter 6 Rancher 2.0 part. Release on March 15, 2018 #rancherjp #kujiraya #deepcn
operating Kubernetes cluster, importing existing Kubernetes cluster, regardless of cloud or on-premise and multi-cloud or hybrid-cloud • Application management with helm-based catalog function • Kubernetes management linked with OSS such as GitLab, Prometheus, Fluentd • Development is Rancher Labs（http://rancher.com/） • Open source software (with paid version with support)
Software Suites Q4 2018 出典「The Forrester New Wave?: Enterprise Container Platform Software Suites, Q4 2018 The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up」（https://bit.ly/theforresternewwave）
vSphere Bare Metal Create,Import,Manage Kubernetes Clusters !! Manage Kubernetes is becoming the Linux of the cloud by Jim Zemlin （The Linux Foundation） Multi Cloud to Multi Kubernetes CloudNtive to KubernetesNative
GKE AKS vSphere Bare Metal Create,Import,Manage Kubernetes Clusters !! Manage Kubernetes is becoming the Linux of the cloud by Jim Zemlin （The Linux Foundation） Multi Cloud to Multi Kubernetes CloudNtive to KubernetesNative A platform for hybrid-cloud and multi-cloud that enables containerized applications to run anywhere on premises and in the cloud. Introducing Anthos: An entirely new platform for managing applications in today's multi-cloud world by Google Cloud Blog 2019.4.10
Rancher. In Google Anthos, we see great alignment with Rancher’s vision. We believe Kubernetes will become the standardized infrastructure provided by all public and private clouds, and an enterprise Kubernetes platform must deliver multi-cluster, multi-cloud management. http://bit.ly/rancher_blog_anthos
projects and k8s components is now supported through integration with Prometheus. • Multi-Cluster Apps By augmenting the functionality of Helm with Rancher's multi-cluster management capabilities, users are now able to seamlessly manage their applications across clusters. • Latest - v2.2.4 - rancher/rancher:latest • Stable - v2.2.4 - rancher/rancher:stable Version (2019/6) https://github.com/rancher/rancher/releases/tag/v2.2.0 Release Note Webinar http://bit.ly/rancher_webinar_22
Target" button twice 3. Select Default for "aks-kubernetes- cluster", "eks-kubernetes-cluster", and "gke-kubernetes-cluster" By selecting the namespace for the kubernetes cluster to deploy You can deploy to multi- kubernetes cluster. Multi-Cluster Apps
High Availability Installation installs Rancher on your Kubernetes cluster. Establish high availability with the features of Kubernetes. Recommended for production environments that operate 24/365. • DNS for Rancher should resolve to a Layer 4 load balancer (TCP) • The Load Balancer should forward port TCP/80 and TCP/443 to all 3 nodes in the Kubernetes cluster. • The Ingress controller will redirect HTTP to HTTPS and terminate SSL/TLS on port TCP/443. • The Ingress controller will forward traffic to port TCP/80 on the pod in the Rancher deployment. L4 Load Balancer (TCP)
Single Node Installation installs Rancher on a single Linux host. It is recommended for development and test environments as it is very easy to set up. Step 2: Start the server $ sudo docker run -d --restart=unless-stopped -p 80:80 -p 443:443 rancher/rancher Web Access!! https://<server_ip>/ Step 1: Prepare a Linux Host OS Hardware Docker Ubuntu 16.04 (64-bit) Small: vCPUs 1 MEM 4GB Up to 5(Clusters) Medium: vCPUs 2 MEM 8GB Up to 10(Clusters) 17.03.x, 18.06.x, 18.09.x Ubuntu 18.04 (64-bit) 18.06.x, 18.09.x Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)/CentOS 7.6 (64-bit) RHEL Docker 1.13 17.03.x, 18.06.x, 18.09.x RancherOS 1.5.1 (64-bit) 17.03.x, 18.06.x, 18.09.x Windows Server version 1803 (64-bit) 17.06
Node Installation When Rancher generates its own Kubeconfig file, it will build an external Kubernetes if Kubeconfig file is passed from outside, an internal Kubernetes if it already has an internal Kubeconfig file, and a new internal Kubernetes otherwise. It is working. External Kubernetes is a pattern of external Kubernetes clusters running Rancher in a high availability installation. On the other hand, internal Kubernetes are called embedded kubernetes, and if it is judged that Kubernetes will continue to run indefinitely but there is no Kubernetes to operate, they will be the embedded Kubernetes that Rancher acts as Kubernetes. For details on the embedded logic of Embedded Kubernetes, see here !! (https://github.com/rancher/rancher/blob/v2.1.5/pkg/embedded/embedded.go#L36).
linking with GKE, EKS, AKS Select when linking with Cloud Provider such as EC2, Azure, DigitalOcean, vSpher, etc. Select when linking with an existing Kubernetes Cluster Select when creating a Kubernetes cluster on premises or in a virtual machine.
“(from Helm)” is displayed as the official chart of Helm. In the catalog list, "(From Library)" is displayed by Chart customized by Rancher Labs 278 Catalogs (v2.2.4 default / 2019.6) 31 Catalogs (v2.2.4 default / 2019.6)
applications (i.e. individual Helm charts or Rancher charts). catalog Performs operations on catalogs. clusters, [cluster] Performs operations on your clusters. context Switches between Rancher projects. For an example, see Project Selection. inspect [OPTIONS] [RESOURCEID RESOURCENAME] Displays details about Kubernetes resources or Rancher resources (i.e.: projects and workloads). Specify resources by name or ID. kubectl Runs kubectl commands. login, [l] Logs into a Rancher Server. For an example, see CLI Authentication. namespaces, [namespace] Performs operations on namespaces. nodes, [node] Performs operations on nodes. projects, [project] Performs operations on projects. ps Displays workloads in a project. settings, [setting] Shows the current settings for your Rancher Server. ssh Connects to one of your cluster nodes using the SSH protocol. help, [h] Shows a list of commands or help for one command. Commands The following commands are available for use in Rancher CLI.
on any infrastructure Global Media Company IT Objective: Provide a central control plane for running containers on any infrastructure. Business Objective: Achieve multi-cloud computing, avoid cloud lock-in, reduce IT costs. Rancher make it easy ※It is licensed from Rancher Labs.
on any infrastructure Rancher make it easy Results • 60+ production apps running on Rancher • Teams can select from any authorized infrastructure platform • Central IT provides standard, supported distribution of Kubernetes • IT has visibility across all Kubernetes clusters. ※It is licensed from Rancher Labs.
“technology and products are good only when they can be adopted in production by enterprise” Rancher Labs will jointly organize the KubeCon Pre-event with CNCF, and launch 2018 China Service Mesh Enterprise Summit on 13rd Nov.
“Service Mesh and Istio in the Cloud Native Application Layout” by Shannon Williams, Rancher Labs Co-founder and Vice President of Sales TOYOTA Announced they are connecting 15m vehicles to Kubernetes clusters
Kubernetes-based MicroPaaS https://rio.io/ At Rancher Labs, all of our products are focused on making Kubernetes simple to use for everybody. Even still, our teams were frustrated by how much effort is required to manage tools like Istio and Knative. We built Rio so developers could deploy, manage, scale, and version their applications with a single command.
that integrates the cloud native technologies and ecosystem Phase2:Intorduce multi-cluster management and multi-cluster applications Phase3:Expand Kubernetes footprint everywhere(cloud,data center, and edge) Sponsored Session: The Journey to Kubernetes Everywhere - Shannon Williams, Rancher Labs Presentation Docs : http://bit.ly/k8sday_india_rancher Presentation Movie : http://bit.ly/k8sday_india_rancher_movie