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HomelabOS v0.6 - Release Notes and Installation Video

2019-05-31 Code
Yesterday I released v0.6 of HomelabOS. HomelabOS is an effort to make it as easy as possible for anyone to host their own cloud-style services, either at home, or on a server they control in the cloud. The goal is to provide a few simple commands to the user, and handle setting everything up for them as easily as possible. It includes over 50 services that can be easily enabled, deployed, and backed up. Continue reading

Introducing HomelabOS - Ansible scripts to deploy privacy centric personal servers

2018-07-17 Code
I’ve been working on a new Open Source project lately called HomelabOS that aims to make it easy to set up a home server to be a nearly complete cloud services replacement. I call it ‘Your very own offline-first privacy-centric open-source data-center!’ The goal is to make it easy for anyone to own all their data in an easy and secure way, without the need of cloud providers. It has a simple one-command setup (make) that uses Ansible to configure and deploy dozens of services for you in Docker containers to a server in your home network. Continue reading