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Storing solar data in InfluxDB
Solar energy systems are essential for a sustainable future. Inverters for solar systems usually have an interface (e. g. RS232 or Ethernet) for data retrieval. Wouldn’t it be cool to store this data for further analysis?
UTM — Virtual Machines for Mac (free and open source)
UTM was created for macOS and only for Apple platforms. Moreover, UTM is completely free and open source. UTM uses QEMU, a decades-old, free and open-source emulation software. QEMU is widely used and actively maintained.
Postgres for time series data
TimescaleDB is an open-source relational database for time-series data. It uses full SQL, but scales in a way that was previously reserved for NoSQL databases. In this article, we will introduce timescale database. We will also show you how to set up a timescale database easily with Docker.
Be the master of your code
GitLab is an open-source software development platform with built-in version control, issue tracking and DevOps capabilities. You have probably used the online version of Gitlab for your code management. However, there are also several ways to host GitLab on your server.
Be the master of your solar data
Solar cells produce direct current (DC) due to the system design. Inverters are used to convert (DC) into alternating current (AC). The Kaco Powador 1501 xi is an inverter with a serial interface for data retrieval. A Raspberry Pi can be used to read the parameter data from the inverter.
How to setup an MLflow 2.0 Workspace with Docker?
MLflow is an open-source platform to manage Machine Learning (ML) lifecycle. By using MLﬂow, the code, data, and results can be tracked for each ML experiment, meaning all processing steps can be viewed at any later time.