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  • Mathan Prasad Kandasamy | jimiwikman.se
    Mathan Prasad Kandasamy
    My Linkedin Page Contact me My Profile My Top Skills Server Management
    DevOps
    Solution Architecture
    Continuous Deployment
    Virtualization
    My Personality

    Mathan Prasad Kandasamy

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      • 7 years of experience in IT infrastructure and Development Operations
      • Presently Working as “Devops Engineer” at H&M AB
      • Ability to use a wide variety of open source technologies and tools
      • Design, Implementation and Administration of DevOps Pipeline with Complete CI\CD\CM
      • Experience with systems and IT operations with strong focus on business outcomes
      • Design, Implementation and Administration of Splunk Enterprise 6.x
      • Configuring and Running Docker.
      • Administration of Splunk indexers, Search heads and Forwarders for various business division
      • Complete life cycle management of Linux & Windows servers (Provisioning, Patching, channel management and decommissioning)
      • Experience in Configuration Management/Application Deployments /orchestration using Ansible
      • and Octopus deploy.
      • Experience in Cloud Administration
      • Onsite Coordination with Offshore Delivery Operations

    Jimi's Thoughts

    How do you describe a person that not only have an amazing mind, but also the soul and heart of a saint. Someone who make you smile when you are feeling a bit low or make you laugh when the time is right. I can only describe such a person as an awesome person.

    While you certainly will be in good hands with Mathan handling the technical aspects of your business, where he is a wizard, he is so much more. A reluctant leader, a comedian, a great co-worker and if you let him, a respectful and loyal friend.

    Mathan is an amazing person and I recommend him wholeheartedly.


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    These are some products I master. I am well experienced and consider myself skilled in using these tools in a professional capcity.

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    How do you describe a person that not only have an amazing mind, but also the soul and heart of a saint. Someone who make you smile when you are feeling a bit low or make you laugh when the time is right. I can only describe such a person as an awesome person.

    While you certainly will be in good hands with Mathan handling the technical aspects of your business, where he is a wizard, he is so much more. A reluctant leader, a comedian, a great co-worker and if you let him, a respectful and loyal friend.

    Mathan is an amazing person and I recommend him wholeheartedly.

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