Proxmox is an open-source bare metal virtualization system I use in my homelab – based on Debian and qemu, it supports a
TechnoTim has a great homelab how-to channel on YouTube. This video shows all the steps he’d do when creating a Proxmox server
Many people are working from home exclusively or a couple of days a week as part of a hybrid work environment. With
I use Proxmox as the basis for my homelab. Proxmox is an open source bare-metal hypervisor with support for a wide array
Work/life separation is important to me, but being able to effectively manage responsibility in a fast-pace environment is a key to success.
In an earlier post, I talked about how I built an effective home/work office by using Logitech’s MX Keys keyboard and MX
slate.com has an excellent article entitled The Worst Part of Working From Home Is Now Haunting Reopened Offices that’s worth a read.
I’ve discussed my office updates In a previous post. I bought a Logitech MX Keys keyboard and Logitech MX Master 3 mouse,
I’m a Synology NAS user, as are a lot of people running their home labs. There’s been a reported remote execution exploit
An article on duo.com describes a ransomware vector of great concern – exploit a vulnerability in an ESXi host, encrypt the data