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Do you mirror external helm chart repositories for local use?
2 projects | /r/kubernetes | 7 Nov 2022
We may switch over to Chartmusuem, and something like Charts-Syncer to try to help with this, or maybe abandon the whole idea of mirroring external repositories and just keep our repository hosting internal projects. What are your thoughts on this?
Ask r/kubernetes: What are you working on this week?
4 projects | /r/kubernetes | 3 Jan 2022
Also trying to find a small self-hosted container registry (not some beast like goharbor.io) and possibly a Helm chart repository (looking into chartmuseum.com). Anyone got some recommendations?
Share how you do your CI/CD to Kubernetes
2 projects | /r/kubernetes | 28 Aug 2021
ChartMuseum is indeed open source and is on GitHub.
Self Hosted Module Registry
2 projects | /r/Terraform | 19 Jul 2021
This is also basically an s3 proxy, but it specifically implements the Terraform Registry API so that things like version constraints are handled correctly. If you use Helm at all, an analogous project for charts would be https://github.com/helm/chartmuseum
Ditching Docker Compose for Kubernetes
3 projects | dev.to | 6 Apr 2021
Another benefit of Helm is in it's package management. If your application requires another team's application up and running, they can publish their Helm chart to a remote repository like a ChartMuseum. You can then install their application into your Kubernetes by naming that remote chart combined with a local values file. E.g., helm install other-teams-app https://charts.mycompany.com/other-teams-app-1.2.3.tgz -f values-other-teams-app.yaml. This is convenient because it means you don't have to checkout their project and dig through it for their helm charts to get up and running - all you need to supply is your own values file.
My top 5 Free Underrated privacy tools (need more for a video!)
4 projects | /r/vpncomparison | 9 Jun 2023
Tailscale - Completly free p2p mesh networking. This can help you avoid netflix account sharing issues. Set it up on multiple devices to create a wireguard mesh network.
How can I can access my Nextcloud remotely?
2 projects | /r/NextCloud | 5 Jun 2023
If you don't want to open it up to the Public Internet, you may use tailscale. Very simple to setup.
2 projects | /r/linux | 3 Jun 2023
This is the kind of thing that Fail2Ban is designed to handle. I'd start there, and then look into tailscale / headscale and lastly it's always a good idea to put /var/log on its own partition so it can only eat up so much space.
Using Tailscale on Lambda for a Live Development Proxy
4 projects | dev.to | 3 Jun 2023
Tailscale makes networking easy. Like really easy. It shines in situations where private networks do not allow inbound connections. Tailscale can connect your devices and development environments for easy access to remote resources, or allow those remote systems to access your home or office network devices.
How to make the most out of my storage
9 projects | /r/DataHoarder | 2 Jun 2023
Consider a VPN like Tailscale. It'll let you access your machines while you are out of your home network and it is free and easy to setup and doesn't require you to open any ports on your router.
Completely new to this - Need advice
2 projects | /r/HomeServer | 31 May 2023
You have a great many options, but I have a $200 mini pc with a 2TB NVMe and a 4TB SSD in it and it hosts Photoprism in Docker and runs Tailscale. With those I'm able to do what you want without too much setup or cost.
Remote Control OBS streaming to Twitch from phone, overseas.
3 projects | /r/obs | 30 May 2023
you could setup something like tailscale to run your own vpn. https://tailscale.com/
Sunshine v0.20.0 Released
2 projects | /r/cloudygamer | 28 May 2023
I never managed to make it work using their tool, but after I discovered Tailscale (https://tailscale.com/) I never had issues again connecting to my own private cloud gaming server 😄 It creates a network between your devices, highly recommended!
[META GUIDE] How to set up near flawless network-agnostic PC streaming for free (NVIDIA GPUs)
3 projects | /r/SteamDeck | 27 May 2023
Set up Tailscale on the host PC. This service creates a virtual network for your host machine and your SD to use which allows you to stream games from any network. Their free tier should be more than enough for this purpose.
Are We Still Doing Diagrams? Here’s My Setup
2 projects | /r/PleX | 26 May 2023
Heads up Cloudflare may flag you for using tunnels with video as it's not allowed by their TOS. Check out Tailscale.
What are some alternatives?
headscale - An open source, self-hosted implementation of the Tailscale control server
Netmaker - Netmaker makes networks with WireGuard. Netmaker automates fast, secure, and distributed virtual networks.
ZeroTier - A Smart Ethernet Switch for Earth
netbird - Connect your devices into a single secure private WireGuard®-based mesh network with SSO/MFA and simple access controls.
Nebula - A scalable overlay networking tool with a focus on performance, simplicity and security
pivpn - The Simplest VPN installer, designed for Raspberry Pi
traefik - The Cloud Native Application Proxy
OpenVPN - OpenVPN is an open source VPN daemon
innernet - A private network system that uses WireGuard under the hood.
wireguard-vyatta-ubnt - WireGuard for Ubiquiti Devices
algo - Set up a personal VPN in the cloud