Rancher Labs is a technology company that provides a container management platform solution. It delivers Kubernetes-as-a-Service across various infrastructures.
Parent CompanySUSE
HQCupertino, CA, US
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
Rancher was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Cupertino, CA, US
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Key People/Management at Rancher

Jamie Dudley

Jamie Dudley

SVP Sales, Americas
Jim Sarale

Jim Sarale

Vice President, Global Channels and Alliances
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Rancher Office Locations

Rancher has offices in Cupertino, New York, Tempe, Shen Zhen Shi and in 2 other locations
Cupertino, CA, US (HQ)
10050 N Wolfe Rd
New York, NY, US
54 W 40th St 5th Floor
Tempe, AZ, US
21 E 6th St UNIT 606
Shen Zhen Shi, CN
18 Gaoxin South 4th Rd, East District
Amsterdam, NL
John M. Keynesplein 12
Farnborough, GB
The Hub, Business Park, Fowler Ave
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Rancher Financials and Metrics

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$95 m


In total, Rancher had raised $95 m. Rancher is a subsidiary of SUSE

Rancher Operating Metrics

Sep, 2019Mar, 2020

Active Users

30 k


100 m




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Rancher Cybersecurity Score

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Rancher News and Updates

Slime Rancher 2 announced at Xbox’s E3 event

Microsoft and Monomi Park announced Slime Rancher 2 today at Xbox's E3 event. It's coming to Xbox Game Pass, PC, and consoles in 2022.

A Texas Republican Wants To Legalize Deer Cloning ― For A Rancher Who’s Already Doing It

Texas has long muddled the line between hunting and farming. Now cloning may help ranchers breed big bucks.

Containers could find easy way into enterprises through Rancher, NetApp deal

Where can one go to escape the hype over containers? Enterprises, at least for the moment. Considering containers’ rep as the panacea for everything from multicloud to agile DevOps, enterprise adoption remains lower than one would expect. Will a meeting and mingling of containers and more tradition…

SUSE Steers Rancher Labs Container Wrangling Into Homestead

July saw SUSE acquire Rancher Labs to add its Kubernetes application ‘container’ management technology to the SUSE stack of open source software-defined infrastructure technologies and application delivery tools. This month sees the acquisition complete. So how will these technologies work together?

To battle Red Hat, SUSE completes its acquisition of Rancher Labs

Open-source enterprise software giant SUSE Group today said it has completed its acquisition of Kubernetes management startup Rancher Labs Inc. The deal should put SUSE in a better position to take on rival IBM Corp.’s Red Hat in the fast-growing Kubernetes market, and it may also help it on its wa…

Innovate Everywhere: How SUSE And Rancher Are Powering The Future Of Enterprise

As organizations accelerate their digital transformation initiatives, they are increasingly embracing the power, affordability and versatility of open source software.
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Rancher Blogs

Stupid Simple WebAssembly

In this blog post, we’ll introduce you to WebAssembly. We’ll start with a history lesson on the Assembly language, which was created to make programming easier and boost productivity. Then we’ll move on to WebAssemby, a descendent of Assembly, and cover what it is, the problems it solves and how it …

Hyperconverged Infrastructure and Harvester

Virtual machines (VMs) have transformed infrastructure deployment and management. VMs are so ubiquitous that I can’t think of a single instance where I deployed production code to a bare metal server in my many years as a professional software engineer. VMs provide secure, isolated environments host…

Octopod Episode 1: What is an Open Source Community?

In Episode 1 of the OCTOpod, Alan Clark talks with Thierry Carrez about open source communities: what they are, how they work and how you can get involved. Trying to define what an open source community is might sound like a simple task, but it is a layered, nuanced collective with many moving parts…

Accelerating Machine Learning with MLOps and FuseML: Part One

Building successful machine learning (ML) production systems requires a specialized re-interpretation of the traditional DevOps culture and methodologies. MLOps, short for machine learning operations, is a relatively new engineering discipline and a set of practices meant to improve the collaboratio…

Rancher Desktop v0.3.0 Release

We are happy to share the v0.3.0 release of Rancher Desktop. This release brings more stability, some new features, and a fresh look to the UI. This screenshot shows the preferences screen while in dark mode on Mac. In the lower left corner the status when performing an action is now displayed. This…

Rancher Desktop – An Open Source App for Desktop Kubernetes and Container Management

For those of us who need to get applications running in Kubernetes, having Kubernetes on the desktop is incredibly useful. When we want to focus on our applications, it’s especially useful when Kubernetes is easy to use. This is where Rancher Desktop comes in. Rancher Desktop provides easy-to-use Ku…
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Rancher Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Rancher founded?

    Rancher was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Rancher key executives?

    Rancher's key executives are Jamie Dudley and Jim Sarale.

  • How many employees does Rancher have?

    Rancher has 81 employees.

  • Who are Rancher competitors?

    Competitors of Rancher include Solverminds, Qt Group and Heroku.

  • Where is Rancher headquarters?

    Rancher headquarters is located at 10050 N Wolfe Rd, Cupertino.

  • Where are Rancher offices?

    Rancher has offices in Cupertino, New York, Tempe, Shen Zhen Shi and in 2 other locations.

  • How many offices does Rancher have?

    Rancher has 6 offices.