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Displaying Data from a Tempest Weather Station on a Static Site

As I covered briefly in a recent Scribble, I was inspired by the way Kris's omg.lol page displays realtime data from his Weatherflow Tempest weather station. I thought that was really neat and wanted to do the same on my omg.lol page with data from my own Tempest, but I wanted to find a way to do it without needing to include an authenticated API call in the client-side JavaScript.

Automating Security Camera Notifications With Home Assistant and Ntfy

A couple of months ago, I wrote about how I was using a self-hosted instance of ntfy to help streamline notification pushes from a variety of sources. I closed that post with a quick look at how I had integrated ntfy into my Home Assistant setup for some basic notifications. I've now used that immense power to enhance the notifications I get from the Reolink security cameras scattered around my house.

Easy Push Notifications With ntfy.sh

The Pitch Wouldn't it be great if there was a simple way to send a notification to your phone(s) with just a curl call? Then you could get notified when a script completes, a server reboots, a user logs in to a system, or a sensor connected to Home Assistant changes state. How great would that be?? ntfy.sh (pronounced notify) provides just that. It's an open-source, easy-to-use, HTTP-based notification service, and it can notify using mobile apps for Android (Play or F-Droid) or iOS (App Store) or a web app.

Getting Started with the vRealize Automation REST API

I've been doing a bit of work lately to make my vRealize Automation setup more flexible and dynamic and less dependent upon hardcoded values. To that end, I thought it was probably about time to learn how to interact with the vRA REST API. I wrote this post to share what I've learned and give a quick crash course on how to start doing things with the API. Exploration Toolkit Swagger It can be difficult to figure out where to start when learning a new API.

Bulk Import vSphere dvPortGroups to phpIPAM

I recently wrote about getting started with VMware's Tanzu Community Edition and deploying phpIPAM as my first real-world Kubernetes workload. Well I've spent much of my time since then working on a script which would help to populate my phpIPAM instance with a list of networks to monitor. Planning and Exporting The first step in making this work was to figure out which networks I wanted to import. We've got hundreds of different networks in use across our production vSphere environments.

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