The Self-Hosting Blog • Issue #5
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What is Plausible?
Plausible is a lightweight, ethical, open-source and privacy-friendly Google Analytics alternative.
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.
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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