In this video, we'll install Uptime Kuma on a Linode server. Uptime Kuma is an open source monitoring tool. It enables you to monitor services over HTTP/S, TCP, DNS, and other protocols. You can receive notification alerts of downtime and even create custom status pages for your users.
Saltcorn is an flexible open source no-code database application builder. You can use it to build web applications based on relational data with flexible views, data types, and layouts. With Saltcorn you create a well designed database as you build your application. If you outgrow Saltcorn, you can take the database with you and use it with another system. Your data belongs to you, and it is easy to move it.
In this video, we'll install Homer on a server. Homer is a simple personal dashboard you can set up to easily manage your services. The name Homer is actually a play on works as it functions as a HOMepage for your servER. Homer is very customizable with just a single YAML configuration file.
In this video, @TechHut will show you how to set up SteamCMD. SteamCMD is a command-line version of the Steam client which works with games that use SteamPipe. This enables you to install and update compatible games through the command line, and create public game servers that can be connected to from anywhere around the globe.
In this video, Brandon @TechHut shows you how to install and use Yacht, an interactive dashboard for installing and managing Docker containers on your system. Yacht is great for visualizing and maintaining your Docker infrastructure.