Call for Papers

The Call for Papers is now open for the KubeCologne Conference 2019.

If you’re interested in Kubernetes and Cloud Native software development, and want to present something – this event is for you!

Submit you abstract now!

The conference will take place from February 6th to 8th in Cologne, Germany; the event will be held in the KOMED convention center, which is centrally located in Cologne’s Media Park.

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What a weekend!

Let’s recap what happened last weekend:

  • Brazil elected a right-wing extremist for President
  • Eleven were killed in the Tree of Life Congregation Synagogue
  • After the election in Hesse, Chancellor Merkel will not seek re-election
  • IBM bought (or wants to buy) Red Hat

Things that didn’t happen:

  • Horst Seehofer announcing his resignation
  • SPD leaving the coalition government

All hopes are now on the outcome of the midterm election in the US, and on SUSE.

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Rancher 2.1.1

A couple of days ago Rancher have released Rancher version 2.1.1 as latest and stable

Rancher v2.1 introduced new improvements to Kubernetes cluster operations and app management, as well as a migration path for users moving from Rancher’s Cattle orchestrator introduced in 1.x to Rancher Kubernetes.

You can also use Rancher 2.x to quickly set-up managed clusters in a hosted Kubernetes provider, such as Google GKE.

The following Kubernetes providers are supported in Rancher 2.1:

  • Google GKE (Google Container Engine)
  • Amazon EKS (Elastic Container Service)
  • Microsoft AKS (Azure Kubernetes Service)

Rancher 1.6 to 2.1 Migration documentation

Release Notes

Rancher 2.1.1