Primary Skills
Expert
Linux
10
Jenkins
5
SVN
5
Git
3
Bugzilla
5
Developer
SQL
6
MySQL
6
Tomcat
6
Chef
3
Familiar
Ruby
2
JBoss
2
ANT
2
Maven
2

Professional experience

CM/CI/DevOps engineer @ RSA (EMC)

Imported a new product from the US to IL & designed a LAB for a new project.

Maintained RSA’s development environment, designed the project structure (MAVEN build), created the Virtual appliance which is the shipping method of the product.

Replace of existing CI infrastructure from Cruise Control to Hudson and the Jenkins

Implement Maven / Maven bootstrap new projects

Finding release management solution via Jenkins and custom scripting

create VMware based virtual appliance - project started from scratch. Design of Maven (maven 3.0) project layout from JAVA development to RPM repositories and finally create a Virtual appliance with thouse RPM. On the way implement a testing and integration testing strategy + integrate Fortify and Sonar

Cloud & Automation Consultant @ SAP

Consulting for cloud infrastructure and chef automation, help client on board cloud services and chef automation.

The technological process: start from 0 customers and add more and more via Training and Coding on behalf of different products in the SAP portfolio.

Developed the training materials, trained software groups within SAP on how to use the cloud and automation aspects, In many cases do the bootstrapping process from nothing until they can stand on both feet.

Technologies used: Jenkins, EC2-API, Ruby,hands-on chef coding.

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Intro In the following weeks I would like to share my expereince with what is widely referred to as Modern Monitoring and I would like to stress out that like any new wave, I like to understand the ripples. This first section / chapter will give a short introduction to...

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Following our successful meetup, I’d like to share the video with you. • Tlak 1- by me. In the 1st part of the talk will focus on the new "Dimensions" of monitoring and how a Modern monitoring system should look like. No, there is no one size fit all every...

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Until the recent announcement of Docker inc. last week at Dockercon Europe it didn't hit me (or at least not hard enough), the The path to Kubernetes (in many cases) goes through Swarm. Don't get me wrong I am not looking at Kubernetes as something that complex, I + &...

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Sonatype Nexus have gone a long way providing us DevOps with cool tools for automating probably anything you can dream of, they could do a much better job of documenting what is/isn't supported Nonetheless Nexus considering it's restful API + the great Ansible role by Samuel Hervé & great help...

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Problem Developing infrastructure as code requires downloading 100's of Mbytes and some time Gigabytes of data just to get going. Solution Run a local cache of all the packages you need for development (especially when you are building a multi-platform solution). The cool thing here is that with under a...

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Overview & Purpose As a preparation for running a swarm cluster in production, I needed a way to manage my Root CA and distribute the certificates between my SWARM nodes, configuring their services to use them etc etc A root CA There is a bunch of posts / articles out...

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This great lecture by Haggai Zagury talking about: • From development workstation(s) to * || anywhere (Docker makes it platform agnostic considering docker-machine drivers for aws, digitalocean etc etc ). •Replacing "packaging" methodology with "shipping" methodology by transforming traditional deliverables such as war / jar / rpm etc to containers...

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The following video which Iv'e watched severla times since it was published ~4 years ago and then looking at images such as: Figure-1:: Hadoop ecosystem Figure-2:: Docker ecosystem It's just amazing what you can do when you set your mind to ... Hope you enjoy this one as much as...

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After having this expereince for the 3rd time in the past 18 months and I was looking for info and all I got was bits and pieces I decided to write this short post. The problem I am trying to solve is one of my colleagues changed the file permissions...

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Jenkins Authentication & Authorization Strategy - Using Active Directory & Role Based Strategy plugins General The following document describes the methodology of using ActiveDirector/LDAP Groups and Role Based Strategy plugins to Authenticate and Authorize Jenkins users in A give domain. Authentication The Active Directory plugin is used to configure the...