On containers, cloud, and digital transformation.

We are a community of experts passionate about open source emerging technologies at play in the digital transformation journey. Our aim is to provide valuable community resources to IT Organizations attempting to adopt open source and cloud technologies with an intent towards DevOps or lean methodologies.

Featured Articles

View all Content

Using OpenShift Templates in a Configuration as Code Model

The DevOps movement has shown us the potential organizational impact of adopting practices like Everything as Code, treating infrastructure and application configurations as source code that gets continuously applied to environments via automation. This article discusses a way to adopt this model using OpenShift Templates. Overview OpenShift Template Discovery Kickin' it off with some oc new-app Template files, processing, applying Building Custom Templates Template Structure Methods for Writing or Generating Templates Parameter Substitution Best Practices & Tips for Template Writing Templates & Everything as Code (EaC) principles Use oc apply for repeatable process Source Control for Templates Automation using templates & the OpenShift Applier framework Go Forth and Template!

External Jenkins Integration

The OpenShift Container Platform provides a number of features to support Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. Aside from its native build and deployment capabilities. Requirements Networking Plugins Credentials Service Account Creation within OpenShift Jenkins Credentials Creation OpenShift Sync Plugin Dynamic Slaves JNLP Port Kubernetes Plugin Configuration Validating the Configuration BuildConfig Synchronization Dynamic Slave Execution OpenShift contains tight integration with the Jenkins Continuous Integration server.

Openshift Monitoring Guide

OpenShift Monitoring is an ever evolving problem space, with many layers, approaches, and complexities. We attempt to unpack them here. Overview Ensuring a cluster is healthy Docker Nodes & Masters API Endpoints Ensuring a cluster has adequate capacity What’s Next? Overview Note Before reading this guide, we recommend first reading An Overview of OpenShift for System Admins. The following document intends to provide starting guidance on how to build a monitoring approach for OpenShift.


Help us make uncontained.io even better! Our source code is available on GitHub.

We welcome issues and pull requests.