Raspberry Pi remote SSH access is key to monitoring, controlling and debugging industrial machineries, automobile fleet and home automation devices from far away remote locations when human access to such devices is not possible at a particular moment.
To remotely access a desktop on your Raspberry Pi we will be installing SocketXP agent in IoT Slave Mode, as well as install the TightVNC client for Windows. For this tutorial we will assume that your Raspberry Pi doesn't have a desktop environment installed. We will install XFCE desktop environment, to have the actual desktop accessible on the Pi.
In this demo, I'll show you how to create a separate git repo for the helm chart of our app. Whenever a new release is tagged on the master branch for this helm chart git repo we'll upgrade the helm chart release in our Kubernetes Cluster, which in turn will upgrade our http-server app in our Kubernetes cluster.
You wanted to remote access your Home Assistant without setting up port forwarding or DDNS. You are worried about the security and safety of such router hacks. Your concerns are genuine. Opening up your router ports could open up your home network to hackers and other unwanted malicious users.
Testing Stripe webhooks locally on your localhost machine is easy as long as you have the right set of tools to create a publicly reachable URL for your localhost app. In this article, I'll demonstrate how to receive and test stripe webhooks locally on your localhost using a simple demo app.
Have you ever thought about integrating your GitHub source code repository with a localhost Jenkins build server so that automated builds could be triggered upon code commit. This article will demonstrate how to integrate your GitHub project with your localhost Jenkins server, so that your team could enjoy the benefits of continuous development.
Typically, SSH clients connect to a SSH server running in a local network or in a public network. But if you want SSH access to the SSH client from the SSH server, then you need to do the reverse. Sometimes, you may want to access a SSH Client behind NAT, from a public SSH server. For this we need to create SSH tunnel from the SSH client.
Let's assume you have a nodejs web application that runs in your personal laptop or in a server in your office LAN network. Anyone outside of your office network cannot access the web application because the application runs in your local network. Suppose you want to expose the web application to the internet, so that your customers or remote employees can access it from anywhere in the world.