For the last 8 years that I have been working, my main motivation was to face new challenges, think differently, try to find new solutions, automate the processes and mainly Optimize what we have to make foundation stronger.
Throughout this 8 years I have developed strong expertise in Distributed Systems, containers, SOA, and development. As main achievements of my career for last years I can bring you these examples:
- My project for digitization of Archiving system saved our company more than 55 000 $ in archiving systems.
- By implementing SOA and Containerization for our application platform I have saved more than 200 Cores, 2 TB of Memory and 4 TB of Storage and reached 99% of up-time.
- By implementing CI/CD pipelines developers were able to focus on code and were not bothered about long investigations and solving issues with platform. Also, I have implemented policies for documenting the whole code and infrastructure.
- Implemented Infrastructure as a Code via automated system which works through Slack IM, Mail and also at some point through SMS and other messaging systems. Automation was able to accept variables as messages and running scripts to build environments from its repository, and sending emails or messages to requester containing needed information.
This would not be possible to make without the love to my job, motivation and continuous drive to explore and learn new technologies and experiment with new tools. Taking into account all of this you can be sure, I will be able to come with new ideas, provide POC for my ideas.
If you would ask me what is important for me in IT, I would say I am passionate about distributed systems. I get happy when I see releases and integrations go easy and quick. I get frustrated by misuse, under-use and over-hype of technologies. But at the same time, I am eager to test new technologies, releases to check what they can do, and see if I can use it. Also I am keen about changing things for making better, optimization and automating it.
-As hobby I am designing CPU, writing assembly code and learning synthetic virology.