What's up? I am in the cloud computing industry for almost 14 years, I've gone by the name Rahul Wagh.
I have extensive experience with cloud computing technologies like Kubernetes and Docker as well as Terraform, Ansible, Jenkins, GitHub Actions, Prometheus, and Grafana, and I am enthusiastic about learning more.
I have extensive experience in software development and am fluent in Java, Spring MVC, and Spring Boot, among others. I have extensive experience in the areas of microservices development, design, and cloud-based architecture construction.
What I do apart from my regular work?
1. YouTube- I have a YouTube Channel where I talk about things like cloud computing best practices, DevOps, and microservices, among other things.
2. Open Source Contribution - I spend a lot of time in the DevOps community outside of work. I am an AWS Community Builder and a HashiCorp Brand Ambassador, both of which are recognized authorities in their fields
AWS Community Builder -
HashiCorp Brand Ambassador - Click here to view my credentials.
Over the course of my career, I've worked on a wide range of projects and assisted several businesses in improving the effectiveness and scalability of their cloud infrastructure.
The employer I have worked for -
What I do when I am not working
Cooking- When I'm not working, you may find me in the kitchen, trying out new dishes. Aside from being a fun way to unwind at the end of the day, it also helps me express my inner artist.
Road Trip & Travelling- In addition, I take pleasure in taking road trips and seeing new locations. There is always something fresh and fascinating to find, whether you're out for a trip through the countryside or exploring a new city.
Here is pic taken from Norway Road Trip of last summer -
Playing Badminton- I love badminton and it is so relaxing after a long working day.
Where I live
In addition to my background in the workplace, I'd want to tell you a little about who I am as a person. Me and my wife moved to the lovely Åland Islands from India.
Because of this, I've been exposed to a fascinating mash-up of cultures and have a profound respect for the variety of human experience.
If there is something which you see interesting you can catch me on following -