- Harvard UniversityCloud DevOps Engineer, 2014 - presentMoving Harvard-UIT to the cloud
- iDonny, LLCWeb Systems Support, 2007 - 2015For 8 years, focused on Web CMS Development, hosting, and end-to-end maintenance for clients including: CBI, Bullhorn Inc., Tickets for Charity, One to One Interactive, IBM, Uconn Law, SAA, ISC, Kerio Systems, Cramer Interactive, and more.
- Sybase Inc.Web CMS & CRM Specialist, 2000 - 2005
- Biscom, Inc.Web Production Manager, 2005 - 2006
- Wandrian, Inc.Sr. Web Developer, 2006 - 2007
- Bullhorn Inc.CMS Devt. & Maintenance [consultant], 2011 - 2013
- Harvard UniversityWeb Developer, 2013 - 2014
- Will sit across the table from the marketing folks and sustain a discussion on how to brand and bring a concept to the market
- Will listen to client, respond to their questions, and present the product/solution in a way that shows how it solves their problems
- Will get in the trenches with the technical team and hold my own: be it in infrastructure design, support and disaster recovery, or in reviewing code and geeking out on efficiency and logic scenarios
- Fitchburg State UniversityMSc., Communication, 2005
- Fitchburg State CollegeBSc., Multimedia, 2002
- Universite Louis PasteurDU Audiovisuel, 1998
- Alliance FrancaiseDiplome de la Langue Francaise, 1995
- Lenana SchoolKCSE, 1993
- St. Mary's MosochoKCPE, 1989
There is technology in this day to enable software to read a city planning schema, overlay a blueprint for a new road/structure, send out GIS drones to map the surface and geology of the ground, and then use that information to coordinate heavy machinery to build near-perfect roads in record time.
Having humans in the process is just a bottleneck of people reading maps, entering calculations into new fields, manually measuring, etc, etc.
With automation, the software can even simulate traffic before/during/after and calculate impact.
must not have both "DelayUntilElbConnectionsDrained" and "ExecutionTimeout" values as they are contradictory to each other/should be mutually exclusive.
This is because if it is meant to wait until the ELB drains traffic, then it cannot enforce and integer timeout.
As such, Cloudformation will be used to version and spawn the entire setup, then pushes to Github and Codepipelines will trigger updates that can sequentially be pushed through the stack.
Once I get that done and working, I will move to the next step of adding CodeDeploy to the formation if it becomes necessary to use it to do sone fine delivery of software components to machines and make sure that all is well.
#devops #sriov #reinvent
#devops #vendors #reinvent
A use case for this is (as mentioned in the Keynote) is to ensure that all resources created at tagged, that DBs are always deployed in private subnets, that public IPs are not assigned to secure resources, etc.
#devops #reinvent #compliance
In todays session, we were given a kind of RFP for a client of the AWS Professional Services group and and each of the 6 groups of about 5 people was given 40 minutes to analyze the requirements and design an architecture that would meet the requirements. Not only did this challenge us to think on our feet, but it also required leadership and business presentation skills to come out in each of us.
At the end, each group presented their solution, and had to answer some questions. Granted we all mostly used a common set of AWS services and architectural approaches, but there were some interesting deviations.
#devops #cloudcomputing #architecture
Having done a config audit of your AWS setup, this new service provides the ability to watch the infrastructure to ensure that there are no vulnerabilities (OS, PCI, HIPAA, etc). This takes away a mundane, but extremely important task that often has to be done as an urgency once vulnerabilities are announced or discovered.
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