[Rancher] What about support for Harvester, Longhorn, Rancher Desktop, rio, k3s, k3os, Submariner, and Terraform Rancher2 Provider?

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In December 2021, Harvester graduated from being just a community project led by SUSE Rancher to a product that is now commercially supported by SUSE Rancher with a subscription to an add-on plan.  View release notes for Harvester v1.0.0 here.

In June 2020, Longhorn graduated from being just a community project led by Rancher Labs to a product that is now commercially supported by Rancher Labs with a subscription to an add-on plan. View release notes for Longhorn v1.0.0 here.

In June 2020, Terraform Provider for Rancher v2 graduated from a community project that was supported on a best-effort basis to being fully supported as part of an active subscription to a SUSE Rancher Support plan. Support for this project does not require any additional subscriptions. Visit the project repo here.

In November 2019, k3s graduated from being just a community project led by Rancher Labs to a fully conformant Kubernetes distribution that is supported commercially by Rancher Labs. View release notes for k3s v1.0.0 here.

Projects Rancher Desktop, Kubewarden, Hypper, Epinio, and Opni are some of the new open-source software projects led by SUSE Rancher. These projects (and some legacy ones from Rancher Labs such as rio, k3os, and Submariner) are not yet available for commercial support from SUSE Rancher. For any bugs or questions, users are encouraged to post their issues here:

GitHub Location
Rancher Desktop  

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  • Document ID:000020454
  • Creation Date: 06-Jan-2022
  • Modified Date:06-Jan-2022
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