Mentors with specialization Configuration Management Systems. Hire a personal tutor to learn programming remotely with a personalized study plan.

    Dmitriy Vasilets

    Reviews: 2

    divide and conquer( διαίρει καὶ βασίλευε) - common rule for systems management since Philip's of Macedonia ages. But modern form is "divide and conquer by automatic pipelines"

    • chef
    • puppet
    • openshift
    • spark
    • hadoop
    • theforeman
    • redhat satellite
    • freeipa
    • kerberos
    • engineering
    • ml
    • docker
    • openstack
    No spots

    Dmitriy Galkin

    Reviews: 4

    Will teach you one of the core DevOps concepts - automation and configuration management. Puppet, SaltStack, Ansible, Chef; Infrastructure as a Code; Immutable Infrastructure.

    • theforeman
    • python
    • openstack
    • puppet
    • jenkins
    • bash
    • ruby
    • vagrant
    • docker
    • saltstack
    • ansible
    • haproxy
    • nginx
    • linux
    • libvirt
    • pacemaker
    • mysql
    • galera
    • kubernetes
    • cloud
    No spots

    Kirill Shirinkin

    Reviews: 10

    I'll teach you to automate any number of servers with Chef, Puppet and Ansible, as well as extend and optimize these and other related tools.

    • ruby
    • chef
    • ansible
    • puppet
    • terraform
    • aws
    • docker
    • go
    • ci
    • cd
    • jenkins
    • kubernetes
    • linux
    • devops
    • infrastructure
    • git
    • bash
    • python
    • rundeck
    • openshift
    No spots

    Prasanna Venkataraman

    Reviews: 0

    I have good hands-on experience in using Ansible, Chef in production systems. I can guide you in leveraging the available open-source modules (ansible playbook / chef cookbooks).

    • go
    • ruby on rails
    • kubernetes
    • docker
    • aws

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