Rancher manages lean Kubernetes workloads

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Rancher does impose a number of requirements in terms of the infrastructure it expects to have in place, but once rolled out, it turns out to be an extremely powerful tool for running Kubernetes workloads. The setup turns out to be an intuitive and comparatively smooth process, so if you are looking to deploy Kubernetes, you may well want to include Rancher in your evaluation process.


  1. "Container Microdistributions k3OS and Flatcar" by Martin Gerhard Loschwitz, ADMIN , 2020, issue 60, pg. 24, https://www.admin-magazine.com/Archive/2020/60/Container-microdistributions-k3OS-and-Flatcar/
  2. "Managing Network Connections in Container Environments" by Martin Gerhard Loschwitz, ADMIN , 2021, issue 63, pg. 58, https://www.admin-magazine.com/Archive/2021/63/Managing-network-connections-in-container-environments/
  3. Rancher docs: https://rancher.com/docs/

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