We are no longer accepting applications for this position. Thank you to everyone who applied! We will follow up with everyone soon. About HostiFi We’re a cloud managed hosting provider specifically for Ubiquiti software. We are currently managing over 600 UniFi and UNMS Linux application servers [https://hostifi.net/
HostiFi [http://hostifi.net/] is a cloud hosting service for Ubiquiti software which, as of today, is managing 660 UniFi and UNMS servers for 599 subscribers and generating $12.5K in monthly recurring revenue. I built it by myself originally and worked alone until recently when I hired Safwan Shaikh
In this post, I will be sharing how I turned the server.destroy() and server.rebuild_now() pseudocode into actual Python. server.destroy() This function is triggered when a user cancels their subscription. It’s a very simple function, which consists of 5 “mini” functions: _destroy_vps() — Destroys the VPS
As promised in my initial blog post, I am continuing to write about the entire development process of GhostiFi [https://www.indiehackers.com/product/ghostifi], from concept, to sketch, to pseudocode, to actual code. In this post, I will be showing how I turned the threading pseudocode into actual Python.
In this post I am sharing how I’ve integrated a WordPress SaaS subscription [https://easydigitaldownloads.com/downloads/recurring-payments/] frontend with my Python backend for GhostiFi [https://ghostifi.net/], a VPS VPN service that I am building. I query the database from Python once every minute on a cron and