Awesome lists are a newish phenomenon for organizing links and information that have been gaining popularity on Github. You can read more about awesome lists here, but essentially they are curated lists of helpful links and other various resources that are put together by members of their communities.
There are lots of awesome lists these days on Github, and there are even awesome lists for non-tech categories, including recipes and video games. Oddly enough though through my own searching, I quickly discovered that there was no awesome list for Rancher.
So I decided to give a little bit back to the Rancher community in my own way. If you aren’t aren’t familiar with Rancher, it is essentially a platform and orchestration engine for container based workloads. Out of all of the container management and orchestration platforms that have been growing out of the container popularity explosion, using Rancher has definitely the most pleasant experience and easiest to use. Also, if you are new to Rancher, please go check out the list on Github for more information, that is what it is there for.
Check out the awesome-rancher project here.
The goal for me and for the project is to make awesome-rancher the go to resource for finding useful information. Therefore, I want awesome-rancher to be as easy to use and as complete as possible so new users have a good jumping off place when they decide to dive into Rancher.
If you are a Rancher community member or even just notice a key resource missing from the list, please either let me know with a comment here, on twitter/facebook, or just open a PR on the project itself (which is probably the easiest).