Rancher End-to-End Service Example using an Owncloud-plus-mysql Deployment

Introduction

So what will we be doing today? We are going to leverage the power of the combination between docker containers & the rancher eco system. As a demonstration, we’ll be publishing “Owncloud” with a “mysql” backend. As we tend to like it a bit more secure, we’ll introduce a loadbalancer service as SSL termination. This as we want to keep our “Owncloud” as “vanilla” as possible. We’ll be pointing that service towards the outside world and will make it accessible via the “external dns”.

RancherOwncloud

What can we optimize further about the design? (but is out-of-scope for today)

  • Add sidekick containers for backup purposes
  • Add data volume containers
  • Introduce scalable worker containers (“Owncloud”)
  • Introduce convoy for our data containers

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Rancher : Docker Lifecycle Management – Or how to upgrade containers?

Introduction

It’s all fun & games to create & deploy containers. And the “pets vs cattle” thingie is also cool… Though what about the lifecycle management? That’s something we’ll be handling today!

What will we be doing today?

  • Create a small dummy container
  • Setup a source respository (at BitBucket) for that dummy container
  • Setup an automated build (linked to the source repository) on your docker hub respository
  • Deploy a service on rancher
  • Update the source
  • Upgrade the service to the latest version
  • Enjoy life even more!

What will already need to be setup?

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