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Rancher & Kubernetes ~ Multi-cloud to Multi Kubernetes & CloudNative to KubernetesNative ~

Rancher & Kubernetes ~ Multi-cloud to Multi Kubernetes & CloudNative to KubernetesNative ~

Rancher Day Tokyo 2019

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July 24, 2019
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  1. Rancher & Kubernetes ~ Multi-cloud to Multi Kubernetes & CloudNative

    to KubernetesNative ~ AP Communications Co., Ltd. Educational Solution Architect/Developer Advocate/Technical Evangelist Rancher Day Tokyo 2019 Yutaka Ichikawa
  2. Profile Name︓Yutaka Ichikawa Company︓AP Communications Co., Ltd. Belong︓Technology Development DepartmentContainer

    Group Position︓Educational Solution Architect/Developer Advocate/Technical Evangelist Publication ISBN-10: 4798155373 ISBN-13: 978-4798155371 As an infrastructure engineer and frontend engineer, he is in charge of server design and construction, operation and maintenance, and Web system development centering on the infrastructure of the government office. He teaches OSS (Linux, Docker, k8s, Rancher, etc.) as a part-time lecturer at a vocational school, works as an advocate / evangerist, attends meetups and conference such as the RancherJP community, and works as a hands-on lecturer. #rancherjp #kujiraya #deepcn 2 I wrote the Chapter 6 Rancher 2.0 part. Release on March 15, 2018
  3. Profile http://bit.ly/thinkit_rancher

  4. Profile 2019/7/23 Release 4

  5. AP Communications Co., Ltd Let’s Start CloudNative !! 5 AP

    Communications has signed a Consulting Partner with RancherLabs.
  6. 1. What’s Rancher 2. Rancher on Kubernetes 3. Kubernetes Cluster

    Create & Import 4. Kubernetes Cluster Manage 5. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 6. Rancher In The Future Agenda
  7. WHAT’S RANCHER

  8. What’s Rancher ? • Kubernetes management platform for building and

    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)
  9. What’s Rancher ? THE FORRESTER NEW WAVE Enterprise Container Platform

    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)
  10. What’s Rancher VirtualMachine BareMetal Summary of Kubernetes Kubernetes Container 10

  11. Multi-Cloud to Multi-Kubernetes What’s Rancher 11

  12. What’s Rancher Kubernetes Clusters Create Import EKS GKE AKS vSphere

    Bare Metal Create,Import,Manage Kubernetes Clusters !! Manage “Kubernetes Everywhere”
  13. What’s Rancher Kubernetes is becoming the Linux of the cloud

    by Jim Zemlin (The Linux Foundation)
  14. What’s Rancher Multi-Cloud to Multi-Kubernetes Cloud Native to Kubernetes Native

  15. What’s Rancher Platform for Platform X as a Service foundation

    Database , Serverless , ML … as a Service on Kubernetes
  16. What’s Rancher

  17. What’s Rancher Kubernetes Clusters Create Import EKS 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
  18. What’s Rancher Kubernetes Clusters Create Import EKS 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 Introducing Anthos: An entirely new platform for managing applications in today's multi-cloud world by Google Cloud Blog 2019.4.10 A platform for hybrid-cloud and multi-cloud that enables containerized applications to run anywhere on premises and in the cloud.
  19. What’s Rancher Kubernetes Clusters Create Import EKS 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 This is super exciting news for 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
  20. KubeCon CloudNativeCon Europe 2019

  21. In 2017, Spotify planned the migration of hundreds of teams,

    thousands of services, and tens of thousands of hosts to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). In the last half of 2018, Spotify migrated 50 teams and hundreds of services, including critical ones, onto multiple production clusters. http://bit.ly/publickey-spotify
  22. This talk aims to highlight Condé Nast International's journey to

    deliver a multi-cluster distributed Kubernetes platform, with a centralized management mechanism and self-service CI/CD process.
  23. What’s Rancher One Click Deployment ! ! Creating Private Catalogs

    ! ! You can deploy the application simply by selecting from the catalog list and clicking the launch button. You can also register catalogs created by individuals.
  24. What’s Rancher Major developer catalogs

  25. What’s Rancher • Advanced Monitoring Main outline • Multi-Cluster Apps

    • Latest - v2.2.4 – rancher/rancher:latest • Stable – v2.2.4 - rancher/rancher:stable Version (2019/7) https://github.com/rancher/rancher/releases/tag/v2.2.0 Release Note Webinar http://bit.ly/rancher_webinar_22 Monitoring of clusters, projects and k8s components is now supported through integration with Prometheus. By augmenting the functionality of Helm with Rancher's multi-cluster management capabilities, users are now able to seamlessly manage their applications across clusters.
  26. Advanced Monitoring Click ”Enable Monitoring” Button 26

  27. Advanced Monitoring Make sure the graph redesign and the Grafana

    icon appear. 27
  28. Advanced Monitoring You can check the detailed information by clicking

    the graph. 28 Expand accordion menu
  29. Advanced Monitoring Click on the Grafana icon to see in

    the Grafana Dashboard 29
  30. December 2018 Online Meetup Introducing Rancher's New Multi Tenant Prometheus

    Support Webinar http://bit.ly/rancher_webinar_prometheus Advanced Monitoring
  31. Multi-Cluster Apps Deploy and deploy apps to multiple Kubernetes clusters,

    and launch "Rancher 2.2" with new features such as rolling updates by Publickey 2019.2.15 https://rancher.com/blog/ http://bit.ly/publickey_rancher
  32. Multi-Cluster Apps A new feature of Rancher 2.2 is the

    ability to deploy applications from the catalog in bulk to Multi Kubernetes Cluster.
  33. Multi-Cluster Apps In conjunction with Rancher, run Multi-Cluster Apps from

    the place where I built a cluster on AKS, EKS, GKE.
  34. Multi-Cluster Apps 1.Select the upper menu “Multi-Cluster Apps” and press

    the “Launch” button.
  35. Multi-Cluster Apps 2.Enter “word” in the search field and press

    the “View Details” button on “wordpress”
  36. By selecting the namespace for the kubernetes cluster to deploy

    You can deploy to multi- kubernetes cluster. Multi-Cluster Apps 3.Set 1 to 3 1.Enter any name 2. Press "Add Target" button twice 3. Select Default for "aks-kubernetes- cluster", "eks-kubernetes-cluster", and "gke-kubernetes-cluster"
  37. 4.Set 4.1 to 4 and press the “Launch” button 1.Enter

    any password 3.Select「False」 2.Enter any password 4.Select「L4 Balancer」 Multi-Cluster Apps
  38. Multi-Cluster Apps 5.Completed wordpress deployment on aks-kubernetes-cluster, eks-kubernetes-cluster, gke-kubernetes- cluster

  39. Multi-Cluster Apps 6. Access WordPress by clicking 443/tcp, 80/tcp in

    Service of AKS, EKS, GKE
  40. February 2019 Online Meetup Multi Cluster Applications, Global DNS, and

    Multi Tenant Catalogs Webinar Multi-Cluster Apps http://bit.ly/rancher_webinar_m-capps
  41. RANCHER ON KUBERNETES

  42. Rancher High Availability & Single Node Installation 1.High Availability Installation

    L4 Load Balancer (TCP) 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.
  43. Rancher High Availability & Single Node Installation 2.Single Node Installation

    Step 2: Rancher Serverスタート $ sudo docker run -d --restart=unless-stopped -p 80:80 -p 443:443 rancher/rancher Web Access!! https://<server_ip>/ Step 1: Linuxホストの準備 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 2019(64bit) 18.09 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.
  44. KUBERNETES CLUSTER CREATE & IMPORT

  45. Kubernetes Cluster Create & Import 1.About Add Cluster Select when

    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.
  46. Kubernetes Cluster Create & Import 2.Managed Kubernetes GKE EKS AKS

  47. Kubernetes Cluster Create & Import 3.Cloud Provider EC2 Azure DagitalOcean

    vSphere(Default)
  48. Kubernetes Cluster Create & Import 4.Custom Execute generated command on

    On-premises or VM instance.
  49. Kubernetes Cluster Create & Import 5.Import Execute generated command on

    existing Kubernetes cluster.
  50. KUBERNETES CLUSTER MANAGE

  51. Rancher’s Navigation Menu Global Navigation Clusters Apps Users Settings Security

    Tools Roles Pod Security Policies Authcation Catalogs Drivers Cluster Navigation Cluster Nodes Storage Projects/Namespaces Member Tools Persistent Volumes Strage Classes Alerts Snapshots Catalogs Notifers Logging Monitoring Project Navigation Workloads Apps Resources Namespace Member Tools Workloads Load Balancing Service Discovery Volumes Piplines Certificates Config Maps Registries Secrets Alerts Catalogs Logging Monitoring Pipeline
  52. Rancher Basic Monitoring 1.Cluster

  53. Rancher Basic Monitoring 2.Nodes

  54. 3.Notifers Alert notification destination Rancher Basic Monitoring

  55. Rancher Basic Monitoring 4.Alerts Default Setting etcd kube components event

    node a.Cluster Alert Default
  56. Rancher Basic Monitoring Default Setting Workload Memory ※You need to

    enable Promethus features. b.Project Alert Default
  57. Rancher Basic Logging Rancher Linkage Elasticsearch splunk Kafka syslog Fluentd

  58. Rancher Basic DevOps Rancher Linkage GitHub GitLab Bitbucket

  59. Rancher Catalog 1.From Helm 2.From Library 278 Catalogs (v2.2.4 default

    / 2019.6) 31 Catalogs (v2.2.4 default / 2019.6) In the catalog list, “(from Helm)” is displayed as the official chart of Helm. In the catalog list, "(From Library)" is displayed by Chart customized by Rancher Labs
  60. Rancher CLI Command Result apps, [app] Performs operations on catalog

    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.
  61. RANCHER 2.3 ALPHA5

  62. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Rancher 2.3 has enhanced Service Mesh and

    Observability http://bit.ly/rancher_alpha5
  63. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 What’s Service Mesh ?

  64. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 A network where microservices communicate with each

    other
  65. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 What’s Microservice ?

  66. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Monoliths & Microservice

  67. Server Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Application Scale out Make multiple functions

    (services) into one Application (execution body) Replicate and scale the entire Application to multiple Servers Application Monoliths Server Application Server Application
  68. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Microservice Server スケールアウト Run individual functions (services)

    in separate processes Deploy and scale each function (service) on Server Server Server Server Scale out
  69. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 What’s Service Mesh A network where microservices

    communicate with each other
  70. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 A network where these services communicate with

    each other, a service mesh Server Server Server Server
  71. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 There is no problem if it is

    a few services, but with hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of millions of service mesh ....
  72. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Istio Complex service mesh, OSS for secure

    management of microservices
  73. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Istio Component Component Description Envoy Proxy server

    that manages all traffic in / out of service mesh. Deployed as a sidecar of Pod at Kubernetes. Mixer A component that collects data of each service through Envoy and performs access control based on that information. Pilot In charge of service discovery and traffic management. Citadel Manage user authentication and TLS mutual authentication between services.
  74. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Kiali An OSS that visualizes the microservice

    status of Istio's service mesh
  75. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Jaeger Distributed tracing and monitoring OSS of

    OpenTracing specification developed by Uber
  76. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Prometheus + Grafana Prometheus and Grafana for

    Istio separate from resource monitoring
  77. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5

  78. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 "Bookinfo" service mesh, microservice architecture sample application

  79. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 1.Select the upper menu "Global"-"gke-cluster" 2.Select the

    upper menu "Tools"-"Istio"
  80. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 3. Click the "Enable" button

  81. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 4.Upper menu "Global"-"gke-cluster"-"Default" is selected 5.Select the

    upper menu "Istio"
  82. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 6.Access the Bookinfo application in a browser

    Traffic Graph
  83. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Traffic Metrics

  84. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 7.Click each icon in the upper right

    to access each application in a separate window Istio Prometheus Grafana Jaeger
  85. Rancher 2.3 Alpha5 Service Mesh & Observerbility https://rancher.com/blog/2019/announcing-istio-preview http://bit.ly/rancher23

  86. RANCHER IN THE FUTURE

  87. Kubernetes, Istio, Knative,Service Mesh like “docker run” Rio is a

    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.
  88. Rancher In The Future 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 Phase1:Deliver a full-featured container management platfrom 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)
  89. Lightweight Kubernetes Cross-Cluster Network Connectivity for Kubernetes Easy to install.

    A binary of less than 40 MB. Only 512 MB of RAM required to run.
  90. Thank you for your attention !!