Checkout these 100% Free tools by Solarwinds

SolarWinds believes observability is about understanding the complete state of your application and infrastructure environment. Developers and support personnel must have comprehensive and consistent infrastructure and application performance metrics, visibility into application performance down to the line of code, the ability to trace service relationships, and a comprehensive view into related logs. With their integrated […]

How to forecast metrics with Checkmk

In case you are responsible for any kind of server, you probably are aware of bad surprises that sometimes crash your plans after work or for the weekend. Suddenly, a server goes down, and you have to react to an incident because other people and systems depend on it. In this tutorial, I want to […]

Why we built even after crowdfunding failed started as a hobby project from our rooms when we had just graduated our college. Both Rohit & I studied Electronics & Telecommunications engineering for our Bachelor’s. Rohit is the technical brain and creator of the product, whereas I am responsible for promotion, operations, user research, etc. This blog will briefly cover our journey […]

Firewalla Blue Plus Review by Ben Isai

I’d like to start off by thanking @hydn for the opportunity to enter and win this FWB+. Background I really enjoy homelabbing and playing with Linux (Servers/Networking devices). I have a few mini PCs, Raspberry Pis and other devices around the house that I thinker’ with. In 2020, I discovered Firewalla, and this company had everything I wanted, a beautiful phone […]

The Two Generals Problem

Alice and Bob Imagine there’s a city in a valley. On either side of the valley, there’s an army commanded by a general. On the left hill stands General Alice and her army. On the right hill, General Bob and his army. Alice and Bob want to capture the city, but neither side has an […]

Working Remotely? Pair SSH with Teleport.

As companies have started to embrace working remote-first, we’ve quickly reached the limits of tools available. Sure, you can jump into a Slack Huddle or Screen Share over a Zoom Room, or if you’re running Linux – good luck. Sometimes you want to jam with your co-workers using the Terminal. In this post, I’ll show […]

Pockit: A card-sized modular computer

Hey everyone! Hayden invited me to talk about the project I’ve been working on – a device named Pockit.   About Project Pockit The project aims to let users quickly build various types of gadgets by connecting any arrangement of modular “Blocks” (each corresponding to a specific function: Button, SD card, Camera, Servo-Motor, Relay, etc.) […]