DevOps

Companies with thousands of servers, hundreds of employees, and a wide range of products require automation, security, and reliable delivery of new releases. DevOps is a fascinating profession that combines programming and systems administration. It is a methodology for improving engineering culture in companies that are no longer satisfied with ancient product development processes and infrastructure management. Our mentors will help you learn the profession and embrace the culture of DevOps.

Alimzhan Abuov

Reviews 0

Human. And first of all - a great... developer, companion and mentor. Trained a lot of beginners. I will show how to build a rapid prototypes and a huge applications with a non trivial infrastructure

  • postgresql
  • docker
  • kubernetes
  • devops
  • node.js
  • typescript
  • software engineering
  • graphql
  • security

Rustam Zagirov

Reviews 1

I'm a gopher. I can teach you how to write in go way style fast and reliable applications, how to manage thousands of threads (goroutines) and how to write both microservices and big applications

  • go
  • kubernetes
  • architecture

Prasanna Venkataraman

Reviews 0

I am passionate full-stack developer for 10 years now and got great interest in Devops. I have built many production grade systems and can guide you in design principles and the strategies to be followed.

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

Siarhei Karatkevich

Reviews 0

I have been working as a specialist DevOps and a operations manager for several companies in hosting, computer gaming, financial and management consulting. Recent years helping mentees kickstart their careers.

  • ansible
  • ci
  • terraform
  • linux
  • devops
  • cloud
  • integration

Kirill Shirinkin

Reviews 10

DevOps and Infrastructure Consultant, Cloud Expert, Software Developer, author of three books, mentor and founder of mkdev.me. I architect and build software systems. Living in Germany.

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

Dmitriy Vasilets

Reviews 2

I am consultant. there should not be people in robots sphere. But robots are young and they need help for conquer the planet. and not let other evil robots conquer our good robots.

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

Dmitriy Galkin

Reviews 4

Expert in Python, OpenStack and wide range of what is named DevOps today. 10+ years of IT experience working in a well-known companies. Currently a DevOps Consultant across Germany.

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

Kirill Zonov

Reviews 3

I'm an engineer. I like clean, effective and readable code. A good software developer should be pragmatic, not a fanatic. I can teach you not only how to write symbols, but also how to think in the proper way.

  • ruby
  • aws
  • postgresql
  • javascript
  • ruby on rails
  • docker
  • git
  • mongodb
  • gems
  • rspec
  • backend
  • node.js
  • swift
  • python
  • nginx
  • mysql
  • ml
  • oop
  • web-development
No spots

Mihail Chinkov

Reviews 0

I want to share with you my experience about DevOps pratcices and explain how to adjust the tech stack according to practices and how to speed up your career upgrade and get through all interviews.

  • unix
  • базы данных
  • ansible
  • logstash
  • kibana
  • aws
  • terraform
  • go
  • jenkins
  • kubernetes
  • devops
  • infrastructure
  • mongodb
  • architecture
  • sql
  • python
  • bash
  • redis
  • engineering
  • microservices
No spots

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How many hours per week will a mentor communicate with me?

The primary task of the mentor is to teach you self-reliance. Mentor will not so much answer questions as teach you to look for answers. So don't wait for the mentor to tell you the theory for a few hours. But he will give you as much time as you need.

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