There’s all kinds of software choices when it comes to your homelab, and in this episode, Jay and Tom discuss some recent releases of some of the platforms that are very common with homelabbers. This discussion includes some thoughts on the new release of Fedora, Proxmox, and more!
Proxmox Virtual Environment is an awesome virtualization solution. Kubernetes is an awesome containerization solution. So why not combine those great technologies? In this video, you’ll see the entire process of setting up your very own Kubernetes cluster from scratch, with Proxmox shown as the platform. But even if you don’t plan on using Proxmox, this method will work just fine on other solutions as well, including physical servers. By the end of this video, you’ll have your own cluster ready to go!
Also, be sure to check out the brand-new book, Mastering Ubuntu Server 4th Edition! It’s available now, and covers Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTS.
In episode 70, Jay and Tom answer some additional questions from listeners. This will include topics such as file sharing, Proxmox-related shenanigans, ZFS, and more!
Proxmox Virtual Environment is a powerful and easy to use virtualization platform with many features. Virtual machine templates help to minimize the amount of time spent building new instances, and in this video we’ll take a look at how you can utilize Ubuntu’s cloud images to automate the process of deploying new Linux instances.
Proxmox features more than just a virtualization solution. In this episode, Jay and Tom talk about Proxmox Backup Server, which is a stand-alone backup utility that also integrates very well with Proxmox Virtual Environment. If you haven’t already seen Jay’s full guide on Proxmox Backup Server, check it out here.