Martin is a Senior DevOps Architect with over 10 years of professional experience in Security, System maintenance, Vendor oversight, Software development, and Networking administration to drive efficiency, security hardening, and performance initiatives. Throughout his professional career, he has been working as a Website Developer, Network Engineer, IT Manager, Production Manager, and Security Consultant. As a result, he has a unique ability to manage multi-disciplinary projects and navigate complex challenges in IT and telecommunications projects. He is proficient in different languages and technologies such as Python, DevOps, Linux, CI/CD, AWS, Gradle, Microservices, and SQL. Every day, Martin protects sensitive information for thousands of people from hackers and cyberattacks. For that reason, he is always updated on the latest trends in security equipment and technology to keep the organization safe.
Architected vast software upgrades that affected the majority of departments and city citizens. This included extensive deployment in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) including requirements analysis, design specification, coding, and, testing of enterprise applications.
Extensive experience with containerization, DevOps, and related technologies such as Docker, AWS, VMWare, HyperV as well SCRUM methodology with an AGILE environment from creating initial Development Pipelines through to Production. Participated in the entire project lifecycle for the design, development, and launch of new modules and applications for various projects.
Drove results for stable operation of computer hardware, software systems, and network infrastructures for 12 million customers. Analyzed and redesigned service policies and procedures to ensure the safety and security of critical systems, information, and data. Created documentation for all specifications, systems, and procedures. Designed processes for business continuity, resilience, and recovery. Utilized networking protocols, including OSPF, TCP/IP, BGP, and EIGRP, to monitor network traffic.
Supported customers with technical expertise and problem-solving. Diagnosed and corrected issues, operated computer equipment, and peripherals, and conducted routine maintenance.