Hello and welcome to my personal profile page! On this page I would like to give you some information about me, my progress, my experience and my projects.
I am the team leader of a small web-hosting department of a large construction company. Since more than 15 years I am working as a DevOps and I try to push the automatization to a higher level. When theory meets practice things are often not working as expected. Combining the actual theoretical technical developments with real world IT problems and creating something new out of it is my passion. The art is to solve real world IT problems by transforming the theory into working and durable solutions.
Thats my list of projects, open source issues and other stuff I am interested in. This list has no specific order.
- The Docker Bosnd is the successor of our Docker Border Controller. More flexible and Docker Swarm aware! Just have a look at it!
- Hopefully I can attend the DockerCon EU 2017 at Copenhagen! Check! It was a great week! I met a lot of people there which I met on the internet before! Great talks, great party! Hopefully I can attend to Docker Con EU 18!
Docker Border Controller
- This is a project that we have started to connect Docker stack services with a Nginx load balancer in a smart way. We are using this project for all our Docker services and we use this every day in our large webserver farm. If you are interested, you can fork the project on Github.
- Some years ago we started a project which enables the user to send SMS via commodity hardware. This project is useful, if you have to send two factor authentication tokens to your users. The code of the project can be found on Github. Just follow this link.
Thats my list of books, which I read and which I would like to recommend.
Moonwalking with Einstein, Joshua Foer
- Very informational book about human thinking and memorizing. The book is written mostly as novel, but it also provides a lot of useful tipps how anyone can remember anything with practice.
"The distance between belief and knowledge is infinite." - [Mario Kleinsasser]