Moin, I am Finn from Hamburg!
As an independent consultant, I advise companies and startups on how to streamline their DevOps and cloud practices!
I assess your current status, highlight current issues, focus on optimization potentials, and provide concrete recommendations for action - without many trial and error attempts.
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Tool agnostic - but there are preferences
AWS offers a wide range of cloud services, including Compute (EC2), Storage (S3), Databases (RDS, Aurora, DocumentDB), and Artificial Intelligence. It is one of the most widely used cloud platforms worldwide.
Kubernetes is a powerful container orchestration tool. It provides scalability, reliability, and automatic load balancing for cloud-native applications.
Terraform is an Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) tool that allows you to declaratively manage cloud infrastructure resources. It enables automation of provisioning and configuration.
Docker enables containerization of applications, simplifying development and deployment of software in various environments.
GitHub is a widely used platform for version control and collaboration. It simplifies the process of managing and sharing code with features like Git repositories, issue tracking, and pull requests.
Serverless computing allows you to build and run applications without managing server infrastructure. It enables automatic scaling and cost optimization based on usage.
Ask not me, ask my clients!
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I have been working in the field of cloud-native backend development, DevOps, and cloud since 2018. During this time, I deliberately sought out customers and projects across the entire spectrum, ranging from 2-person startups without funding to medium-sized businesses and global corporations. As a result, I have gained extensive knowledge and can make context-specific decisions from various perspectives. Prior to that, I acquired my soft skills in the field of complex systems during my studies in experimental physics. During my studies, I worked on various projects, including ones for the European Space Agency (ESA) and major research facilities such as DESY in Hamburg.
As a balance, I prefer to go on a tour with my small sailboat or take a ride on my racing bike.
First of all: Everyone. It must revolve around the operation of platforms. So, I am more on the technical side than the business side.
In general, I focus more on overarching concepts such as loosely coupled systems or clean code. I prefer working with modern containerized applications based on TypeScript. However, I also frequently integrate legacy systems, for example, those based on Java, into modern cloud infrastructures, such as AWS.
In principle, I offer both long-term strategic consulting and hands-on implementation in time-limited projects. This means we can meet regularly in workshops to develop the strategy. However, I can also join your project for several months and execute a previously defined roadmap.
Every project has its own story. Only those who know the story can assess and improve its current state. That's why I try to understand past design decisions and then provide context-specific and individual advice and implementation. It is particularly important to me to handle existing elements with care and achieve as few unintended side effects as possible.
The important thing is that from day one, you have something in your hands that will propel you and your DevOps forward! That's why I always follow the Pareto principle and first look for the low-hanging fruits.
Silence is silver - speaking is gold.
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