Just checking the plans & work on this subject as I have’nt .found evidences about it
Asking if I can help.
I’m very interested in this project, Pi-hole is a super software !
(and I Love the epic Sci-fi theme )
I have tested it a bit with succes as docker container on localhost.
The current latest docker image is a great packaging !
but as it, it’s more like a light virtual machine than a micro service container
It seems to require a lot off extra tuning if you want a tight integration in a complex system (thinking of this case, very similar in any loaded server with on premise web and dns services).
As i’m planning to have a full feature Pi-hole service working in a on premise kubernetes cluster,
I whould like to now if there is actual plan or work in progress to go ‘nebula-native’ and ease pi-hole integration in the cloud ?
this imply having (micro) service oriented architecture rather than a multi daemon & scripts system.
So, some kind of long term evolution.
For what I checked over pihole repositories, this work seems to be already in progress with FTLDNS
but I didn’t really found any statement (neither in the issues, discourse forum, Blog, doc) on going - or even planning to be - cloud-ready. (I may have passed over it of course)
Of course there are probably some talented people that have succeded integrating Pi-hole in the cloud as it is.
As a Devops-cloud engineer, I would like to help on this matter – if any help is required on this subject.