Thursday, October 20, 2016

My Story

Can do. Innovative. Automation enthusiast. Loves to work with people, who are better then him, so he can learn from them, however he also loves to teach others. Professional.
Loves to educate himself, not only about his job's area, but further, so he can oversee the whole system. He likes to work in a team, he appreciates if someone helps him, and he also likes to help others. He loves to manage people and does everything for his team.

His knowledge:

  • He started as a Linux administrator, he learned the basics in high school on his own, he worked there with Debian, then he learned a lot from a genius mentor, who taught him about all the deep and crazy stuff, so he worked with Gentoo Linux. Meanwhile he had some projects with Ubuntu, RedHat and CentOS.
  • He also had some crazy project in a university group, so he worked with PostgreSQL, Apache, NginX, HAProxy, Asterisk, some high availability stuff like heartbeat, corosync, cman and some storage stuff like zfs,iSCSI
  • Then he started to like the computer network things, so he started to help the domiroty's network team, he went through the Cisco CCNA course and became a CCNA.
  • He started to love this network stuff, so he started to learn a lot to do the CCNP R&S exams, he successfully passed the exams for the first time.
  • But this time, he was still a university stundent with no real-life experience, so he started to work as an Intern for Morgan Stanley's Network Operations team.
  • Something in his inner told him to automate. But he had no tools for that in his head, so he started to learn Python.
  • Meanwhile he had to write his thesis at university, he wrote about migrating from IPv4 to IPv6 and about it's security issues.
  • After he finished university, he went to Morgan's graduate program, which was in New York, he learned a lot from his mentors and teachers, mostly about programming, and Linux/Unix stuff for four months.
  • Then he came back to Budapet and started to work as a Network Operations Engineer (L3), during his work, he had to work a lot with huge data center switches, routers, and even bigger ISP like devices
  • He also became familiar with Arista, Juniper, HP, BNT and well.. basicly he can do anything you want.
  • He has some ITIL knowledge, but don't expect much, he knows about the process, but not an experts
  • He also did the Splunk Power User course
  • Well, that's all, he is currently learning the deepest stuff of Python, he learns a lot about Network Design, and will start to learn about Cisco's collaboration stuff.