Kubernetes Homelab Part 1: Overview

A lot of people have asked me about my home Kubernetes cluster, and so I have decided to put together a series of blog posts about the architecture. I’m going to split it into sections, with each section focusing on a specific area. This is Part 1, a general overview of the hardware, the architectureContinue reading “Kubernetes Homelab Part 1: Overview”

Using TrueNAS to provide persistent storage for Kubernetes

A while ago I blogged about the possibilities of using Ceph to provide hyperconverged storage for Kubernetes. It works, but I never really liked the solution so I decided to look at dedicated storage solutions for my home lab and a small number of production sites, which would escape the single-node limitation of the MicroK8sContinue reading “Using TrueNAS to provide persistent storage for Kubernetes”