DevOps Engineer (Current Employee) – San Rafael, CA – January 21, 2014
• As part of my current role i am involved in Environments designing for Testing Environments, System integration test, Stage and Production environments apart from this I am involved in Architecture and identifying the existing system gaps and fix the loopholes of the ancient build system. • Environment configured using AWS EC2, AWS Dynamo DB, AWS S3, AWS VPC, and AWS Security Groups (creating, maintaining, configuring) using IAM • Setting up Splunk to diagnose problems (including setting up forwarders and configuring alerts) • Configured auto-scaling AWS VPC stack using JSON templates(preferred using cloud formation and scripting - e.g. coding the server) • Continuous integration of code and deployments using Puppet, Jenkins, Maven for Development, QA and couple of other environments. • Configured AWS Elastic Load Balancer, AMI. • Installing Boto, Python and couple of other tools required for the application teams. • Configuring user profiles using AWS IAM and couple of other external utilities. • Configured VPN for leveraging Puppet services across multiple VPC’s.
Network Engineer (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – January 8, 2018
It's a great company to work for, with good benefits. Management could do better with training and leadership and holding on to good employees and not always getting rid of exceptional employees. There's always a constant revolving door of employee change, and management could do a better job of transferring knowledge and company culture. As long as you keep your head down low and are not to opinionated with upper management, then you may survive the yearly company purge.
Free lunches, and good parties
Upper Management has no clue and loyalty towards employees.