If you need to store your home data on another storage then your root partition, consider to mount your home directory via fstab.
As a part of my GPM IPMA Level D certification I had to write a project report according to the requirements of IPMA. IPMA requires to use the classical project management tools to manage the project for the IPMA Level D report. Because of my practical experience with the negative aspects of classical project management methods I decided to use Scrum as an agile framework inside of the classical project management frame. This merges the best of both worlds: The theoretical predictability of the classical project management with the agility of Scrum. Hybrid project management can be a good solution for every company which stucks for external reasons in the classical project management frame, but wants to use a more agile project management framework. In my opinion specially projects in the public sector can be improved by using this tool set.
My IPMA Level D project management report can be found here:
RAID is a system to prevent data lost by mirroring two storage devices. In my opinion it should be a part of a server data backup strategy.
I have much experiences with setting up software RAID1’s. In the most of the cases I use a btrfs which mirrors the devices of an physical RAID0 cluster. A repositories which shows an example for how I use a software RAID1 can be found here:
I’m experienced in setting up encrypted server systems. This includes the encryption of the storage device and the encryption of the communication. The storage encryption I manage via LUKS. A decryption is possible over SSH and Dropbear. An example server configuration can be found in the following repository: