Rancher Kubernetes Engine (RKE) is a CNCF-certified Kubernetes distribution that runs entirely within Docker containers. It works on bare-metal and virtualized servers. With RKE, the installation and operation of Kubernetes is both simplified and easily automated, and it’s entirely independent of the operating system and platform you’re running.
RKE is finally moving to v1.0.0 with this release and adds bugs fixes and improved stability.
- Ability to set extra environment variables, extra volumes and and extra volume mounts for the nginx ingress controller [#1104]
- Ability to set the base directory for a private registry [#1232]
Major Bug Fixes since v0.3.2
- Fixed an issue where the ssh-agent-auth required a ssh-key-file when using a bastion host [#1746]
- Fixed an issue where the full-cluster-state configmap was not updated on certificate rotation [#1755]
Known Major Issues
- In clusters where
cloud_provideris configured, and either
internal_addressdoes not contain a valid IP address (e.g. hostname or FQDN), kube-proxy will fail to start. [#1725]
Each version of RKE has a specific list of supported Kubernetes versions. If you want to use a different version than listed below, you will need to update Kubernetes using the system images option in your