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Checkout the latest news from the Rancher Government team and how their commitment to secure, innovative, open source Kubernetes solutions is driving mission success across the U.S. Government and military.

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Don Poole, VP of Communications & Marketing Selected as MarCom Exec to Watch in 2023

August 2, 2023

Don Poole, vice president of Corporate Communications and Marketing for Rancher Government Solutions (RGS), has been selected by WashingtonExec as one of the top MarCom Execs to Watch in 2023. He joins thirty-three of his industry peers who have been selected for their work at the forefront of strategic marketing in the highly competitive world of government contracting. WashingtonExec is a thought leadership forum for industry and government business news and networking in the Washington, D.C., area.

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Introducing RKE Government: Security-Driven Kubernetes Engine

October 31, 2020.

Today, Rancher Labs and Rancher Federal are announcing a new open-source project, RKE Government, a new, easy-to-install Kubernetes distribution specifically engineered to adhere to the robust security requirements of public sector organizations. To meet the needs of Rancher Federal’s growing number of US federal customers, our engineering teams built a highly secure, FIPS-enabled Kubernetes distribution called RKE Government (FIPs stands for Federal Information Processing Standards).

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Why SUSE Acquired Rancher Federal

October 31, 2022

In order to meet the challenge of the ever-evolving mission landscape, our US Federal customers demand innovative solutions that can accelerate, not degrade, their mission velocity. Whether it’s civilian agencies looking to adopt cloud-native strategies, IC-partners looking to extend AI/ML pipelines to the tactical-battlefield or the USAF changing the conversation on how we all can push code to the warfighter faster than ever, the mission demands opportunity. The future of cloud-native software is not opinionated, prescriptive monoliths, but flexible vendor-agnostic architectures built to serve each customer’s unique mission.

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