I’ve made a few big changes to my server rack since my last homelab post so I thought I’d share. Most notably, I’ve gotten rid of my 2 Dell R710 enterprise servers and added another 10 Raspberry Pis. The new Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (4GB) is perfect for the job.
This tutorial will show you how to automatically take snapshots of your Blue Iris cameras. It will then upload the snapshot to an AWS S3 bucket and report success or failure to a Slack channel of your choosing.
Hopefully you’ve already read my tutorial on getting started with WLED on ESP8266. If not go check it out. This post will probably make a lot more sense. Automating WLED With SmartThings And webCoRE Now that you’ve got WLED working at your house and you’ve been controlling them with the WLED app, you probably want to know how to get SmartThings to turn your LEDs on and off automatically.
Setting Up WLED On ESP8266 With WS2812 LEDs from start to finish.
How To Setup Plex Media Server On Raspberry Pi 4 The reason I made this tutorial is because I am currently transitioning all my VMs on 2 Dell R710s in my “humble homelab” to a fleet of 10 Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (4GB). I know people are wondering if the new Pi is capable enough to transcode while running Plex.