Why caddy? These are just some of Caddy’s amazing features! Install Docker and Docker Compose if you haven’t already. View our docker guide here & our docker rootless guide here. Scenario: you have a new app you wrote or installed via docker called mycoolapp you want to allow the outside world to connect to this… Continue reading Install Caddy reverse proxy via Docker
Rootless Docker allows you to run Docker containers without requiring root access, improving security and compliance, simplifying management, and enhancing portability. Running Docker as a regular user reduces the risk of security vulnerabilities and enables compliance with policies. Rootless Docker is also easier to integrate into workflows and makes it simpler to move containers between different environments.
Docker is a popular platform for creating, deploying, and managing applications in containers. Containers provide a lightweight and portable way to package applications with their dependencies, making it easier to move them between environments and ensuring consistency across different platforms. Docker simplifies the process of building, shipping, and running applications, making it easier to develop, test, and deploy software in a fast and efficient way. It is widely used by developers, IT professionals, and organizations of all sizes to improve the efficiency, scalability, and portability of their applications.
Why use a nginx proxmox proxy using letsencrypt ssl? 1st: why not? 2nd: Load balancing! Nginx is built to handle many concurrent connections at the same time from multitude of clients. This makes it ideal for being the point-of-contact for said clients. The server can pass requests to any number of backend servers to handle the… Continue reading Nginx ProxMox Proxy using Letsencrypt SSL cert
Do you have multiple vms and real machines you use for random testing, and small tasks? need to know what machine you are on? what kernel you are using? what the current Linux distribution info is? what OS version did you last install on here? and more such questions? well! we have some of the… Continue reading Linux distribution info & kernel info
No one likes to sit around waiting for slow mirrors while updating multiple packages but its a fact of life usually. In debian it means typing apt-get update and sitting around for a while, then doing the actual install or upgrade and getting some coffee. what if you could speed the process along somewhat? well… Continue reading Debian package management speed ups