In this episode, Jay and Tom discuss several note taking apps that might be a good fit for homelabbers. This discussion will include Joplin, Obsidian, and more!
It’s time for another Q&A episode, this time involving questions about firewalls, threat surface, and more!
For those of you that are brand-new to Proxmox and are wondering how to get started, this is the video for you! This beginner-focused video serves as a super-easy jumping on point for anyone that might be interested running Proxmox VE as their virtualization solution. This video will cover a sample server build, installation, launching a virtual machine, and more!
If you want to check out an awesome web frontend to Ansible, then Ansible Semaphore is a great way to go. It’s easy to set up and use, and has awesome features such as logging, delegation, managing multiple projects, and more. With Semaphore, you can run Ansible playbooks with ease – and it’s exactly what Jay and Tom will discuss in this episode.
If you have an awesome Homelab, you’ll definitely want to maintain it – but auditing may or may not be the first thing you think about. Whether you’re testing backups, VM templates, container automations or whatever it happens to be – auditing things in your Homelab can definitely prevent unintended surprises. In this episode, Jay and Tom share some thoughts about auditing your homelab.
With all the talk around servers and networks, what about the devices we use to configure them? In this episode, Jay and Tom discuss workstations.
Another awesome episode of the podcast that’s focused on your questions! In this episode, Jay and Tom covers questions related to Red Hat, LXD, Ansible, and more!
In this video, Jay shows off some of the services that run in his homelab! This time around, we’ll take a look at TrueNAS, Proxmox, and even get a sneak peak at the provisioning solution known internally as “NodeForge”. This is more of an introductory video, additional videos will be considered for diving into even more detail!
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