Issue #5 • Secure, decentralized communication
Issue #5 • Secure, decentralized communication

Issue #5 • Secure, decentralized communication

The Self-Hosting Blog • Issue #5

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We're now Portainer community leaders!

Good news! We're now Portainer community leaders, we're super excited to be a part of the community and we can't wait to show you all the latest features from Portainer as well as how to utilise the current toolset to the fullest extent.

Portainer is an open-source tool for managing container-based software applications in Kubernetes, Docker, Docker Swarm, Azure ACI and edge environments.


Our setup guide for Completely Self-Hosting Bitwarden Password Manager has now been updated. You can read through our new guide below. 👇👇👇

Completely Self-Hosting Bitwarden Password Manager (Updated 2021)
This article will cover setting up your own self-hosted Bitwarden instance with Docker and configuring ngnix to allow for public exposure for cross device access to your vault.

Completely Self-Hosting Plausible.io. A privacy-friendly alternative to Google Analytics

What is Plausible?

Plausible is a lightweight, ethical, open-source and privacy-friendly Google Analytics alternative.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics collects more data than the average site owner needs to analyse their business, meaning that there is a lot of data being sent to the site owner that is unnecessary and will never be used. Plausible focuses only on the important web analytics data required for a business to get what it needs.

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Setting up a Kubernetes cluster (K3s) using Raspberry Pi's and Portainer

The way we build software is changing. Instead of following a rigid specification we now build applications in a much more agile way which means we need to apply this mindset into our infrastructure and deployment process. Because of this almost all of the applications I build are containerised and sometimes split into modular parts. I work on most of my projects on my own which means having the ability to throw applications onto a server quickly with minimal set up is a huge plus for me.

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