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GPT-J is a self-hosted open-source analog of GPT-3: how to run in Docker
Learn how to setup open-source GPT-J model on custom cheapest servers with GPU. Try to run the text generation AI model of the future and talk to it right now!
URL monitoring made easy: self-hosted open-source tool for checking your website availability
Learn website monitoring best practices. Setup your own URL monitor in a minutes using HotHost: a fast-to-setup and lightweight alternative to Nagios, Zabix and other website monitoring tools with a built-in free notifications to Slack, Telegram or Email
Nginx vs Traefik: how slower one can be better?
Comprehensive review for popular HTTP routing proxy servers. Learn about weak and strong points of both and understand how to select one based on your project goals.
Setup OpenVPN server on Ubuntu
Learn how to create your own VPN server which will hide your IP and allow you to access websites from any country in the world, for example for testing purposes.
How to run Cypress auto-tests on Woodpecker CI and report results to Slack
Find out how to easily configure Cypress tests on CI server with clear Slack notifications
How to simply workaround RAM-leaking libraries like Puppeteer. Universal way to fix RAM leaks once and forever
Learn how to workaround any kinds of leaks in 3rd-party libraries. Get ready-to-use leak-fixer code for NodeJS.
Deploy React/Vue/Angular in Docker simply and efficiently using Spa-to-http and Traefik
Learn about fast and professional way to serve SPA and be able to proxy any requests in a minutes with a minimal code. Based on open-source spa-to-http tooling and Traefik.
Critical server alerts with HotHost: open-source quick-to-setup Disk/RAM notifier
Learn about truly simple way to setup server critical monitoring. This is step-by-step guide to add Open-Source dockerized alerts to any linux server
Step-by-step guide to modern, secure and Open-source CI setup
Step-by-step guide how to easily setup modern, secure, open-source based build pipeline using Woodpecker CI, Drone, Cloudflare
Why your software should use UUIDs
Why UUIDs-driven software works faster, getting released earlier and is painless to developers