Continuous Integration/Continuous delivery is a great thing for software engineers, but is this something that homelabbers can take advantage of? Absolutely! Some of the tooling around CI/CD can be of major benefit to automation within your homelab, and in this episode Jay and Tom will give you some thoughts on how it can be implemented.
The Homelab Show Episode 90 – Netdata
Netdata is an awesome monitoring solution that’s easy to set up, and has a ton of features. Jay had a chance to test it out recently, and Tom and Jay share their thoughts. Also, we’ll talk about some new software releases, why static leases are greater than static IP’s (well, Jay seems to think so anyway). In addition, some viewer questions will be answered. Check it out!
The Homelab Show Episode 89 – Rocky Linux Interview
Rocky Linux is an enterprise Linux distribution that’s an attractive option for those that prefer CentOS as it used to be, before the recent change to CentOS Stream. In this episode of The Homelab Show, Jay and Tom discusses Rocky Linux with Gregory Kurtzer, who was the person that started the project.
The Homelab show Episode 88 – Q&A (Plus ChatGPT)
We love receiving feedback from our audience, and in this episode Jay and Tom will answer some questions that came in. Also, we’ll mention ChatGPT because it may actually have an interesting Homelab use-case.
Enterprise Linux Security Episode 87 – Home Assistant Update, and Unfortunate News Regarding Mycroft
In this episode, Tom and Jay go over some additional details on how they use Home Assistant, as well as some updated purchase recommendations. Also, there’s an update regarding Mycroft that’s not so pleasant.