Traditionally Shinto shrines are rebuilt exactly the same next to the old shrine every so many years. The old shrine is removed and when the time comes it will be rebuilt again.
Something similar can apply to home environments. Recently I nuked everything and rebuilt from the ground up. Something I’ve always done after 6 months or a year, for security reasons and to ensure I am always getting the fastest performance from infrastructure.
Such reinstalling is a natural fit for kubernetes. There are several methods for spinning up a cluster, and after that just by the nature of kubernetes being yaml files it is easy to spin up the services you had running before, and watch them self register in the new dns and self generate certificates with the new active directory certificate authority. Amazing. Kubernetes is truly, a work of art.