In this series of posts we show how a Raspberry Pi 4 can be used to create a personal cloud solution that is managed using Ansible and Docker — powerful tools that are used by many large scale cloud platforms, which automate configuration tasks and provide containerisation for applications.
Showcases Category: Use Cases
This repo provides the code to set up the monitoring and alerting for an APC UPS with Network UPS Tools (NUT), Node-RED, InfluxDB and Grafana.
The code for this project is located here. It’s a public repository, so feel free to open a PR to contribute to the codebase if you feel like anything can be improved!
Dies soll der vorerst letzte Beitrag der Smart-Home Serie werden. Inhaltlich wird dieser Beitrag sich um das Thema Überwachung des Smart-Homes bzw. der Geräte handeln.
En este episodio describo como descargo diariamente los precios de la luz para el PVPC a mi domótica.
A very lightweight monitoring system for Raspberry Pi clusters running Kubernetes.
Let’s go ahead with the system configuration, setting the retention policies on the InfluxDB database, to manage the historical depth of the stored data.
Great new feature of the InfluxDB v2 time series databases and its Flux language : the gateways to SQL databases engines (PostgreSQL, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server…). More databases drivers to come in future releases.
When we purchased our new home (in Australia), I discovered a curious white device (photo below) in the meter box. After doing a google image search, I discovered it was an Efergy energy meter (https://efergy.com/efergy-transmitter/), which sounds pretty handy even though the wireless display was nowhere to be found.