Humblot Pierre-Georges
Devops Cloud Engineer & Architect | SRE
  • Suggested rate
    $635 / day
  • Experience3-7 years
  • Response rate100%
  • Response time1 hour
The project will begin once you accept Humblot's quote.
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Location and workplace preferences
Lyon, France
Remote only
Primarily works remotely

Project length

  • ≤ 1 week
  • ≤ 1 month
Would prefer to avoid:
≥ 6 months

Business sector

Would prefer to avoid:
  • Defense & Military
  • Pharmaceuticals industry

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Humblot in a few words
I am a 5-years experienced Devops Infrastructure/SRE engineer with both private and public Clouds (AWS mostly & GCP).

I feel better with startup environments but I know how to handle big structures and process as I worked for companies like Thales and banks (FR / UK) as a consultant or service provider.

Technical skills:
- Cloud: OpenNebula, AWS, GCP
- Containers: Docker, Kubernetes, EKS
- Automation: Terraform, Ansible, Puppet
- Monitoring: ELK, Prometheus, Grafana
- Security: AWS stacks, Wazuh

Soft skills:
- Communication with clients or service providers
- Infrastructure management (planning, budget, process...)
- Teaching technical trainings

At the moment I'm interested in short missions. Could be:
- Audit & Consulting (Cloud infrastructure, automation stack, monitoring...)
- Cloud migration check
- Basic Cloud infrastructure from scratch
- CI/CD pipelines improvement or creation
- Team training

I have a strong interest to cybersecurity, so any new experience in that field would be nice. :)
Also open to some nooby dev missions.

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