Last week I explained how I’m using Chef to provision my Raspberry Pi’s and the recipes in my Thuis cookbook. Back then I didn’t have a Raspberry Pi 3 yet, so I tested it on an older model. This week the
Cooking up the nodes: Thuis Cookbook
In my last post I explained the basics of Chef, and in the last week I worked on defining the configuration of each node. I selected several cookbooks from the Supermarket and wrote some myself. Using a series of recipes I
Using Chef to provision Raspberry Pi’s
Inspired by one of the other challengers I started to experiment with Chef. Frederick is using Puppet to provision his Raspberry Pi’s. To get more knowledge on the several tools out there we decided to both try one. So that’s why
To make the Thuis app as flexible and efficient as possible a solid architecture is needed for the system. Different systems have different properties, which are most important, for Thuis it’s important to provide the wanted functionality, be reliable, usable and adaptable.