Tag: development

Homelab – Redesign

After some careful consideration I decided to completely redesign my homelab. While the kubernetes-based approach worked well for most of the things, I did not like: the administration overhead of managing those separate serversdid not really needed enterprise-level redundancy and uptime, as I mostly ran only media server applications – could tolerate some downtimemost importantly…


Homelab – Physical overview

Hardware list my current homelab In today’s post, I would like to show you around my homelab and my home office setup.Admittedly it is in a bit of a “transitional” state, as I am currently on the market to source some more enterprise-graded hardware, also a proper firewall and cabinet, but here is the current…


The return of the K8S

Over the past few weeks I have been busy rebuilding my K8S cluster. As a foreword: I think this sums it up…pretty much one has to be a bit of a (web) developer, network engineer, infrastructure engineer and generally a geek to operate Kubernetes at home…also…you must be an expert in “Google-fu”…it also helps, if…


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