Using Bunny.net to host static sites

Bunny.net (formerly BunnyCDN) is a low-cost, high-performance CDN provider that can be used to host static sites. This post will walk through the steps to hosting a static site using it. Creating a Storage Zone The first step is to create a storage zone. The storage zone is where the static site will be stored. To do this, log into the Bunny.net dashboard, click the Storage Zones tab, and follow the steps to create a new storage zone....

April 18, 2023

Secure SSH Access with SSH Certificates Managed by HashiCorp's Vault

Warning: This post describes a non-production setup of Vault. As such, it is not hardened with appropriate security measures, and it is not recommended to use this setup in production. You should use this for learning purposes on SSH CAs and Vault. SSH certificates are an effective way to secure SSH server access. They can restrict users and the commands they can run, making them especially valuable for managing access to multiple servers....

April 16, 2023

Playing around with Gitea Actions on Fly.io

Fly.io is a “serverless” hosting platform usually used to host web services. It can be used for more than just web services; it can also be used to run long-running tasks. I wanted to try a new way to run the Gitea Actions runner, and Fly.io would be interesting way to try out. Treat this as a proof of concept, I’m unsure if this is a good idea, but it’s fun to try out....

April 3, 2023