This is the source code repository for Uncontained.io, a site that focuses on Containers, Cloud, and Digital Transformation guidance for the Enterprise.
The first sets of uncontained.io guides were created and curated by Red Hat Consultants, along with input from outside community reviewers, but they are not exclusive to Red Hat products.
Our goal is to aggregate community best practices, not what Red Hat (or any other individual or entity) thinks is best. Therefore, we try to use examples and quotations from the field or others to illustrate our points.
Uncontained.io is a community resource. One reason we started this project is because we felt that there weren’t enough really good resources for organizations creating and using DevOps-centric tooling & tech. We made these guides open source in hopes that you’ll use this space to talk about best practices, then document them when you’ve found consensus. We’d like this to be a safe space to talk about what’s hard, what’s scary, and what’s simply confusing about running and using containers & cloud technologies.
We’ve shared our vision and priorities for this project in our roadmap.
The working group for the initial release of uncontained.io consisted of @jaredburck, @etsauer, @sabre1041, @rdebeasi, @lwrigh, @oybed, and Phyllis Fann.
Thanks to our contributors for lending their valuable input and expertise leading up to the initial release, to @drew and @mattw for coming up with the new site name, Abby Gardner for brand design, and @lwrigh and @rdebeasi for UX design. And to Red Hat brand, marketing, legal, and anyone missed, thank you for your time and effort to help the uncontained.io project.
While we’ve got advice about running containers and open source technologies, we are not lawyers. Be sure to read our disclaimer before diving in.