Alex Chalkias - Product Manager; Rhys Davies - Product Manager
About this talk
Learn how to set up a Pi-Hole instance with a single command and a cluster of Raspberry Pis on MicroK8s. High availability, load balancing and Kubernetes configuration included.
The Raspberry Pi 4 brings the graphics, RAM and connectivity needed for a Linux workstation, so why not use a cluster to set up your own Pi-Hole, the open source network-level ad blocker that acts as a DNS sinkhole or DHCP server.
Or follow along to learn more about MicroK8s, here we’ll highlight the how's and the why's of high availability that came with MicroK8s 1.19 along with the use cases of lightweight Kubernetes.
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