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CEPH and Proxmox VE

I’ve wanted to add high-availability to my Proxmox cluster, but I’ve got some work to do first. CEPH is a distributed storage system that can be used as a storage backend in Proxmox VE. CEPH provides highly available and fault-tolerant storage by distributing data across multiple storage nodes in a cluster. In Proxmox VE, CEPH […]

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Proxmox VE 7.4 released

Proxmox is an open-source bare metal virtualization system I use in my homelab. Proxmox supports clustering, high availability and backup using industry standard tools running on relatively mod-free Debian Linux, qemu and kvm. It supports any hardware supported by Debian, which makes use in a lab environment practical – after running VMWare’s vSphere and Nutanix […]

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Proxmox First Steps

TechnoTim has a great homelab how-to channel on YouTube. This video shows all the steps he’d do when creating a Proxmox server for the first time. Setting update sources, reconfiguring storage, setting up networking and VLANs, updating ISOs, preparing for clustering, and more – all the things I wish I knew after my Proxmox server […]

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Proxmox helper scripts

I use Proxmox as the basis for my homelab. Proxmox is an open source bare-metal hypervisor with support for a wide array of hardware (if Linux runs on it, it’ll probably run Proxmox…) Proxmox offers many enterprise-level features, like clustering, backup, advanced networking, certificate management, application support and support for ZFS, NFS and CIFS shares. […]

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Kasm – Docker containers in your browser!

I just discovered Kasm, an amazing little tool that lets you run Docker containers on a remote server in a client browser. From their web site: Streaming containerized apps and desktops to end-users. The Workspaces platform provides enterprise-class orchestration, data loss prevention, and web streaming technology to enable the delivery of containerized workloads to your […]

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