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Apps & tools that run great on-prem.
Criteria for Inclusion:
- Must support x86-64 and ARM64 CPUs (Intel/AMD machines & Raspberry Pi).
- Must be core useful functions must be open-source.
- Must come packaged in a public container registry.
K3s, a tiny, certified, production-ready Kubernetes distribution.
- Super easy to init and configure.
- Much smaller binary than regular Kubernetes - strips out deprecated APIs, alpha features, and vendor-specific code.
- Much more flexible system requirements.
- Supports ARM devices as first-class citizens.
Inlets, an open-source and self-hostable ingress/firewall-buster proxy.
- Perfect for exposing services on your LAN without actually opening ports on your router. All you need is a single publicly-accessible server somewhere like a DigitalOcean droplet or a Linode (<-- referral codes that give you some free signup credit).
- Big shoutout to BattlePope on Reddit for suggesting this to me as I was banging my head against the wall trying to use SSH port-forwarding.
Ceph, a distributed storage system.
- Useful for creating shared storage pools between networked machines.
- Works with or without containers/Kubernetes.
- Treats ARM devices as first-class citizens.
- Good alternative to NFS shares on Raspberry Pi clusters.
Nextcloud, "Most of G Suite in a Box".
- Deluxe collaborative office and communications suite meant for self-hosting on Linux servers.
- Plays nice with Microsoft office and Active Directory
- Client apps available for macOS, Windows, Linux, iOS, Android.
- Treats Desktop Linux & ARM processors as first-class citizens.
- Offers optional Enterprise support.
- Deployed in production by the German government.
Gitea, a painless, self-hosted Git service.
- Ultra-lightweight GitHub analog.
- Written in Go and performs like it.
- ARM64 first-class support - runs well on a Raspberry Pi.
- Supports SSO with LDAP and 0Auth.
OpenFAAS, serverless functions on Kubernetes with no cloud vendor lock-in.