Yes that’s right! I’ve concluded my 2 part series on building my own Pedestal Arcade. I’m very pleased with the final product, and it’s been a blast to use. An incredible addition to the man cave that is a must for anyone with a passion for classic games. Mame, SNES, NES and many more games […]
2020 has been rough all around. When it came to major releases, just about every vendor this year had issues getting the devices in the hands of real consumers. Nvidia, AMD, Apple, and many others have tried to blame silicon supplies and Covid-19 shipping, but there is a lot more to this story. Taking the […]
The goal of this project is to enhance my Morpheus environment with a NSX-V integration. I wanted to connect end-to-end with from my virtual machines and containers to my Ubiquiti EdgeRouter 4 (ER-4). The final result will be full external networking, shared/broadcast routing information via BGP and OSPF, and a [nearly] infinite amount of lab VLANs. Ideally this will lead to easily creating networking scopes for containerized apps in future posts.
Welcome back for the third, and final installment of creating a WordPress server. In this part, I will be focusing on creating a WordPress server as a multi-tiered application. We will have the web front end, and I will be connecting to a MySQL database server. Because of the flexibility Morpheus Blueprints offer I can […]
There have been asks around creating SQL server instance types within Morpheus. To show another example of utilizing Morpheus to create a full server + application, please enjoy this quick doc for SQL creations! Morpheus Vocabulary I’m going to steal some of this verbatim from previous posts of mine for a refresher. We will include […]
I know it’s been a little bit since the last post. I wanted to be sure to update the site often, and with that, clarity on what I’m working on for upcoming subjects. The plan for coming/in progress posts are as follows: -Ansible (In Progress)—Deploy, Configure, Use-Morpheus Blueprints—Expand on previous concepts discussed in the WordPress […]
Whether or not you followed along in Part 1 which walks through deploying WordPress, the steps here will help acclimate everyone to utilizing Library Items, Custom Instance Types, Scripts, Blueprints, and Applications within the Morpheus CMP. If you have interest in looking at how to manually deploy WordPress, take a look at my post here. […]
Use Case For my first article, where else better to start than with how I created this site! There were a few options out there for getting online. WordPress has it’s advantages as a website platform, and these are the advantages I landed on. Free! Yes, that is a massive advantage from the gate. I […]