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Cloud Underground Radio

Welcome to Cloud Underground Radio, where you can listen to eclectic jams while learning DevSecOps, building your minimum viable product, learning new code, or whenever you need some fun tunes to rock out to!

This stream is powered by Underground Nexus. Build your own Underground Nexus using our open-source code.

Tune in here for fresh tracks playing 24/7!

All music on this station is available via royalty free and/or public domain creative commons licenses. Listen to the livestream 24/7!

Listen to Cloud Underground Radio on Cybersecurity Research Radio

Did you know that you can also catch the Cloud Underground Radio stream on the Nato as Code YouTube channel? In fact, the Cloud Underground stream is also featured on Cybersecurity Research Radio!

This stream is hosted and managed by the Olympiad-powered, AI-managed, DevSecOps-based cloud-native service mesh. Simply put, this is a mesh-based cloud-native radio station!

Cybersecurity Research Radio is partly for entertainment, partly for education, and especially run to promote security awareness for a safer online world.

Part of the education piece of Cybersecurity Research Radio is weekly cybersecurity challenges, created by Cloud Underground Chief Science Officer Nato Riley and CEO Laura Anderson Riley. Check back each week for new challenges that are meant to teach you cybersecurity knowledge and real-world skills.

Nato's Cybersecurity Research Radio Challenge
-Updated 21 Nov 2022-

More about Cloud Underground Radio

Technical specs

Cloud Underground Radio stream is running from a Linux virtual machine (VM) that was allocated 6 CPU cores and 10GB of RAM. After testing several hypervisors, we ended up using KVM with QEMU emulation. We are using OBS Studio for streaming and are capturing music from the DeaDBeeF music player.

The computer that is hosting the VM pushing the stream is running an AMD Ryzen 7 3800x with 32GB of DDR4 3600 SDRAM made by OLOy. The motherboard is a MSI MAG B550 Tomahawk with a 1TB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe SSD in the main m.2 slot and an older Sapphire Radeon HD 6970 2GB GDDR5 for the GPU. All of that is powered by an EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G5, a high-quality 650W modular power supply, and is housed in a Cooler Master MasterBox MB511 ATX mid-tower computer case.

About the music

Tracking down community commons and copyright free music is probably the hardest part of curating this radio station. OCRemix is a great resource if you want any music that is video game inspired. Otherwise, we have had good luck by searching the copyright free or community commons tags in bandcamp.com. Another great resource for creative commons music is freemusicarchive.org.

We used the following websites to put this stream together:

All the music played on this livestream radio station are used by Cloud Underground thanks to the talented musicians and producers who make their work available under the following Creative Commons licenses:

Submit your own tunes to be featured on Cloud Underground Radio

Are you a musician or producer? Do you make your own music? Would you like your tracks to be featured on Cloud Underground Radio? Email us!: music@cloudunderground.dev

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Creating a radio station using our very own cloud data center and service mesh was a fun hobby project. This is just one of many, many applications that we have envisioned and created. Every day, we help our students and clients develop new solutions, new applications, and new technologies using Underground Nexus.

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