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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When it comes to Linux in the Enterprise, we have quite a few challenges we have to overcome on a day to day basis to ensure we can depend on our technology. We never thought Red Hat themselves would some day become our opponent, but here we are. In this episode, Jay and Joao will discuss discuss the latest impulsive and irresponsible decision Red Hat has made – as well as how that decision results in the company undermining their own customer base, while alienating the Linux Community at the same time.
When it comes to Open Source, there’s always debates about various aspects of it – this isn’t new. But recently, a decision made by Red Hat has put a spotlight on this issue, perhaps a larger spotlight than any other time in recent memory. But it’s not just them – Open Source is sometimes a difficult subject to navigate. In this episode, Jay and Tom will discuss the Red Hat thing a bit, but transition into a much bigger topic – what should we or shouldn’t we expect from open source?
Join Jay and Tom for some awesome Homelab-related goodness! In this episode, viewer/listener feedback is addressed – plus Jay’s initial thoughts on that Red Hat bombshell that was dropped, whether or not more updates means more secure, and more!
I wanted to test out a rack mount for Raspberry Pi clusters, and that search brought me to the 19″ 3U Rack Mount made by GeeekPi. So, as always, I decided to give you guys my thoughts. It’s not going to win any style awards, but it DOES rack 14 Raspberry Pi’s. Check out this review for more.
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What would you do if your daily driver distribution becomes something else entirely, and no longer fits your use-case? What would you do if your chosen distro all of a sudden went away? Although it seems unlikely, historically – this has happened. And given the fact that the Linux community is going to see a lot of changes in the near future with decisions from upstream distros – it’s never been a better time to choose a secondary distro (just in case).
Systemd – the init system some people love to hate and others don’t totally understand. It powers the majority of the major Linux distributions, but what are some of the secrets lurking within? In this video, Jay goes over some of the finer points of Systemd that you may not be aware of, ahead of the tutorial video uploading soon that goes over the same. Check it out, you might just learn something new!