Welcome to the SUSE & Rancher Community

We bring together accomplished and aspiring cloud native practitioners to develop practical cloud native knowledge and skills, to discover and explore new technologies and ideas and to share our passion and expertise.
We foster instruction tailored to different learning styles and goals, with hands-on practice and experimentation. Together, we cut through complexity to identify the topics that matter most and learning approaches that work best.

Join our online community SUSE&Rancher COmmunity

SUSE & Rancher
Community
Be a part of our online meeting place for cloud native practitioners.

Blogs

Blogs
August 2nd, 2022

Rancher Desktop 1.5.0: With Redesigned Preferences GUI and More

A new version of Rancher Desktop with a redesigned user-friendly Preferences dialog and several…

Blogs
July 22nd, 2022

Managing Your Hyperconverged Network with Harvester

Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is a data center architecture that uses software to provide a…

Blogs
July 21st, 2022

Verify Image Signatures with GitHub Actions and KeylessPrefix

With the latest releases of Kubewarden v1.1.0 and the verify-image-signatures policy, it’s now…

Join our Writers Network

The OCTOPod podcast

The OCTOpod podcast

The OCTOpod: Conversations with SUSE’s Office of the CTO

Host Alan Clark sits down with leaders and experts in the tech community in the OCTOpod: Conversations with SUSE's Office of the CTO (that's OCTO). Alan has spent his career in enterprise software with a focus on open source advocacy and emerging tech. He’s contributed in many ways – from code to chairs, from networking to cloud. He has served on the Open Infrastructure Foundation, the Linux Foundation, openSUSE, Open Mainframe project, and many more. He’s met lots of great people along the way, and in Season One, he’ll sit down with a few of them to talk about the latest trends and challenges in open source. These include findings from a report on Why IT Leaders Choose Open, how to manage a community, the importance of diversity and inclusion in open source, and much more.

Listen now