Co-Founder and CTO of Newesis Srl. Founder and organiser of the Torino DevOps Meetup group. My core areas of expertise include: DevOps culture, methodologies and tools; Kubernetes adoption and operations; Infrastructure and technical architecture consultancy; IaaS and PaaS, having worked natively as well as with the world’s leading infrastructure companies including Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Alibaba and Rackspace; Content Delivery Networks – I’ve worked with 10 global CDNs; Security against Massive DDS attack attempts – I’ve successfully fought off some of the toughest attacks the digital world has received.
Programmatore dai tempi del Commodore64, Lavoro principalmente su stack Azure MS stack, ma anche su Docker e Kubernetes. Sono essenzialmente un backend e SQL developer, ma ho fatto molte incurusioni su altri "storage" , (Mongo, CosmoDb, Redis, Elastic Search, Kafka) Mi occupo anche di Devops / Gitops workflows, su MS Azure Devops, gestendo, monitorando pipline di build e release : build assets, "infra as a code" (arm, terraform, etc..). Occasionalmente speaker, le talk più recenti sono su - Kubernets basics (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjuy6wLXsFY&t=46s), - Azure B2C (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxYP_G3GQMw) - "app configuration / akv" su Turin .NET meetup (https://www.meetup.com/Torino-NET-User-Group/events/284528269/) - speaker per Mondadori WPC 2004 http://wpc.education.mondadori.it/SchedaSpeaker.asp?IdSpeaker=ES - MSDN conference 2001 : Session on security in the Windows environment books: Co-author per ASP.NET Security : http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1861006209/002-7721245-2504035
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