Self-Hosting Guide | Kick-off

Imagine you could run your own server that is not only space-saving and quiet, but also saves on your electricity bill. A mini PC with an Intel N100 CPU as a Proxmox server makes exactly that possible. This article marks the start of an exciting series in which we will be looking in detail at the topics of „Proxmox and its possibilities“, „Hardware recommendations“ and „Self-hosting applications“.

Proxmox VE is an open source platform for virtualisation and containerisation. In an upcoming article, we will take a closer look at how you can create, manage and operate virtual machines and containers with Proxmox and how you can connect several mini PCs to form a powerful cluster.

The world of self-hosting applications
We will also cover well-known self-hosting applications such as Nextcloud, WordPress, Mastodon and similar recommended apps and explain how you can get them running on your Proxmox server.

Hardware recommendation
In another part of this series, we will look at the hardware. We will give you recommendations on which Mini PC is suitable for your project and what you should look out for when buying.

Join us on this journey through the world of self-hosting and discover how you can create a flexible and efficient platform for a wide range of applications with little effort. This is just the start of a series that will help you gain full control over your data and services.

Stay tuned for upcoming articles and don’t hesitate to ask questions or suggest topics that are of particular interest to you. We look forward to delving deeper with you and exploring the fascinating possibilities of self-hosting.

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