Idzuwan
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Who I am:

I'm a long time linux sysadmin, working as a Linux consultant at local company

Where I'm based:

Cyberjaya, Malaysia

The discipline I enjoy the most is:

I'm all about security and automation. I'm moving from bash shell to ansible
 
My favorite toy as a kid:

Lego and still is Smiley Happy

In My Spare Time, I . . .

I fly rc plane/multi-rotor, paramotoring, riding bike to no where Smiley Happy

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Harkanwal
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Hello community, I am Support Engineer for the IP networks for Telecom backbone with more than 10 years of experience.

Now concentrating on moving to openstack deployments and support. Preparing for EX200 and then EX210.

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Yehuda_Z
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I'm Yehuda, based in Israel. I am assigned to the Red Hat Tel Aviv office, but I have my own office in my home town of Ashdod. 

I write documentation for virtualization on RHEL. 

I enjoy playing tennis and bike riding. I have 7 daughters (mostly married already) and 15 grandchildren (with more on the way)!

Glad to be part of the community!

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tscherf
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HI there, my name is Thorsten and I work for Red Hat as Principal Software Maintenance Engineer in our Identity-Management team. I'm at Red Hat now for almost 15 years and started my career as Instructor and Consultant in our Professional Services department.

I'm happy to answer any questions related to Identity-Management. Please reach out in case you need help or have questions.

Cheers
Thorsten

 

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DTherHtun
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Hello There all, I'm D Ther Htun. I'am Tech Ops Platform Engineer at Myanmar and woriking with Redhat Openshift. I passed RHCE and now I'm trying CKA exam. Later I will be take Redhat Openshift Exam.

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roywilliams
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Hello all!  I'm Roy Williams.  I am one of just a handful of Red Hat Consultants located in WV.  I am a platform consultant, so my day is usually spent working on Satellite or other platform/infrastructure products.  I am also very passionate about IdM/FreeIPA.

In my spare time I play firefighter and some times teach others how to be firefighters.  

Father, Husband, Geek, and Firefighter
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Satyajit
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Hello All,

My Name is Satyajit Bulage and I am Quality Engineer in CFME.

Right now I am RHCA-III. Linux enthusiasts. Want to explore more on Automation domain including Containers. Smiley Happy

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Berto
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Who I am:

I'm a  Berto short for (Alberto), a Senior Consultant with Red Hat specializing in deploying specializing Red Hat OpenStack.  I've been at Red Hat for a very short amount of time of approximately 6 months.  I am excited to be part of this community as I am a strong believer in sharing, mentoring, and fostering the growth of aspiring technical professionals as well as experienced professionals seeking to switch their disciplines.   I have been working exclusively with Linux since 2005 which contains a journey through a number of technologies and disciplines since then.   I have been focused on OpenStack as a practice since the Juno release and look towards to contribute as well as learn about any future topics relating to Linux, OpenStack, Ceph, IDM and Satellite. 

 

Where I'm based:

Tampa, FL

 

My workstation:

Lenovo Thinkpad | Fedora 27 

 

The discipline I enjoy the most is:

OpenStack of course as it is my primary discipline professionally,  however I am focused on Ceph heavily it is my next certificate of expertise as well as my chosen secondary discipline.  In general  I enjoy finding and fixing broken stuff, you know, just finding that needle in the haystack as they say.

 

Highest Red Hat Certification:

Not quite an RHCA yet, however I am one certificate of expertise away from that accomplishment. My current set of certifications look as the following:

RHCSA
RHCE
RHCSA in Red Hat OpenStack
RHCE in Red Hat OpenStack
RH Certificate of Expertise in Virtualization
RH Certificate of Expertise in Ansible

 

 What do I do a in my spare time ? 

What spare time ?   We have an 11 month old that takes all of spare time :-).  

 

I look towards contributing to the community and thank you for your introductions ( Yes, I read them all). 

 

 

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Nicole
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Howdy all, I'm Nicole Baratta the Content Strategist for AMQ 7. Have been working in open source (both communities and for companies) for over 10 years now.  I was one of the first opensource.com community moderators and have published a few books on technologies for libraries (under the name Nicole Engard).  

I'm based in Austin, TX with my 2 shelties and 1 cat.

In my spare time, I act as the director of ChickTech Austin, a local nonprofit that works with high school girls to introduce them to careers in technology.

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George-Hacker
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I am George Hacker (yeah, that's my actual surname). I have been involved with Red Hat Training as a contractor or employee for 18 years. I have been a Red Hat employee over 11 years.

I have instructed various RHCE-level and RHCA-level courses. I have been an author of many of those courses. I am currently a manager of the Curriculum Development team at Red Hat.

My base of operations is out of my home in the Pacific Northwest. I live in the southern area of Washington, about 40 minutes away from Portland International Airport (PDX).

Thank you for taking our curriculum and making it come to life. You are changing the world for the better one student and classroom at a time.

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