Who am I? I am an energized millenial with a work ethic taught through a family of successful individuals. While focused on technology I enjoy containers, Amazon Web Services, several coding languages and so much more. When I am trying to take a break from the crazy technology world, I enjoy hiking, camping and hanging out with my dog Casey! My background of life and technology experience has shaped me into who I am today.
B.S. in Business Administration / IT Concentration • May 2016
While at NC State, I wanted to be connected to people but I had a passion for IT. I chose my program to learn something new while keeping up with IT that I had been tinkering with since I helped run my grade school computer lab at the age of 8. Attending this school grew my thoughts and gave me a diverse and rich experience.
Mid Level Platform Engineer • November 2017 - Present
Managed and automated operations of 130 plus contanerized applications that directly contribute to profit for the company. Created a "self-service" workflow for new deployments powered by a golang application and pull requests on a service git repository. Heleped promote the adoption of Docker and devops principles to developers. Worked with developers ranging from Junior engineers to Principle engineers with a customer obsesed mindset.
Infrastructure Automation (Cloud Focused)• August 2017 - November 2017
Created an AWS sandbox account to promote the adoption of cloud native development where resource cleanup was powered by a suite of lambda functions. Created an EC2 dashboard across several AWS accounts. Used Lambda and API gatway to enable developers API access to shut down their non-prod EC2 instances when not in use.
SQL Server Database Administrator• June 2016 - August 2017
Administered 1,900 plus Microsoft SQL Sever databases ranging from SQL7 to SQL 2016. Developed an inventory managment system to track ownership of databases. Worked with development teams to upgrade 50+ databases from SQL 2000 to SQL 2014. Completely automated the spin up of new SQL Server instances through Powershell.
I would like to say I have a wide but not super deep toolbelt.