In this article/video I'll show you how to create a Docker based Smart Home hub on a Raspberry Pi from scratch.
I'm going to install Home Assistant (HASSIO), Node-RED, Mosquitto MQTT, Grafana, InfluxDb, Pi-Hole, Portainer, OpenHAB, Plex media server, Log2Ram & TasmoAdmin, but don't worry it will be easier than you think and everything will be based on Docker containers.
How to setup Raspberry Pi as SMART HOME hub - Home Assistant, Node RED, Grafana, InfluxDB etc. Guide From Scratch
If you want to read instead of watching then check the full article here - [https://peyanski.com/raspberry-pi-as-smart-home-hub-video-tutorial/](https://peyanski.com/raspberry-pi-as-smart-home-hub-video-tutorial/)
After you complete this tutorial you will be able to connect almost every smart device that you have, in one place, and control it from there. Oh and there is even a menu.
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interesting project, thanks for sharing
I quickly skimmed through the video and it looks like a cool project. Thanks for sharing! It would be even better if you can show the audience what the final results are at the beginning of the video.
Is this the one posted by GreatScott on YouTube a few weeks back? On mobile.
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Great setup! Could you try VictoriaMetrics additionally to InfluxDB next time? It could be faster and slimmer according to [these benchmarks](https://medium.com/@valyala/insert-benchmarks-with-inch-influxdb-vs-victoriametrics-e31a41ae2893). And it supports [PromQL](https://medium.com/@valyala/promql-tutorial-for-beginners-9ab455142085), which is better suited for typical queries over time series than Flux. See [how to build VictoriaMetrics on ARM](https://github.com/VictoriaMetrics/VictoriaMetrics/blob/master/README.md#arm-build).