WebPi

Setting up a Raspberry Pi web server

Raspberry Pi web server

Pyplate CMS

Banoffee Pi Server


ARM server farm.  There are four Banana Pi Servers in the rack on the left, and Raspberry Pi servers in the other two racks.  The racks are resting on top of a PC that I’m using as a load balancer to distribute traffic to the servers.  

On top of the pile there’s a large ethernet switch which the servers are connected to.  All connections from this switch are on the server subnet.

The other switch gives access to the local network.  The router right at the top is used by the servers to send email to the outside world.

A diagram of a 4 node Banana Pi server cluster

Making shelves for a rack of Banana Pi servers

Front and back views of the Banana Pi, and a set up diagram.  Images courtesy of Lemaker.org.

Eben Upton introduces the Raspberry Pi B+.

I’ve released an updated version of Pyplate, my Python CMS.  It’s now based on WSGI rather than CGI, so it’s much more efficient.  I’ve also added a few security enhancements. Check out the updated installation instructions at http://www.pyplate.com/install-pyplate 

Lemaker.org sent me four Banana Pi computers.  I’ve started building a website about Banana Pis, and I’ll host it on a Banana Pi cluster.

Polymorph theme for Pyplate Python CMS

Webber theme for Pyplate CMS