Aseef A.

Aseef A.

Backend & Software Engineer and Certified AWS & Red Hat System Administrator.

Cyberjaya , Bangladesh

Experience: 9 Years

Aseef

Cyberjaya , Bangladesh

Backend & Software Engineer and Certified AWS & Red Hat System Administrator.

24000 USD / Year

  • Immediate: Available

9 Years

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About Me

- Red Hat And AWS Certified Engineer having more than 9+ years of overall professional IT experience and 4+ years of experience in dealing with Cloud service providers like AWS & GCP, DevOps Implementation, Build & Release engineering and ...

- Technologies used throughout my career include - AWS & GCP services | Docker | Kubernetes | Jenkins | Ansible | Linux | Git | Red Openshift | Python | PHP | MySQL | DataDog | NewRelic | Nginx | Networking | ElasticSearch | Chef and many more.

- Learned new technologies and tools, and introduced them to the company; in which way it helped the company build up an agile development environment. It improved the product quantity and work efficiency.

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Skills

Networking & Security

Portfolio Projects

Set up a CI/CD Pipeline on AWS

Company

Set up a CI/CD Pipeline on AWS

Description

The following responsibilities involved:
 

  1. Created a release pipeline that automates your software delivery process using AWS CodePipeline. 
  2. Connected a source repository, like AWS CodeCommit o the pipeline. 
  3. Automate code deployments by connecting the pipeline to AWS CodeDeploy 
  4. Plugged in a build service such as Jenkins when you complete the Four-Stage Pipeline Tutorial

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Skills

AWS Git Jenkins

Tools

AWS

Deploy a Kubernetes Application

Company

Deploy a Kubernetes Application

Description

  1. Amazon EKS was used to deploy a highly available Kubernetes control plane.
  2. Then kubectl' was configured to interact with the Kubernetes infrastructure.
  3. Using AWS CloudFormation, a cluster of worker nodes on Amazon EC2 was launched,
  4. Then our application onto the cluster were deployed

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Tools

 Docker AWS

Building a Modern Web Application

Company

Building a Modern Web Application

Description

  1. Createed Static Website Build a static website, using Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) that serves static content (images, static text, etc.) for the website.
  2. Built Dynamic Website to host the application logic on a web server, using an API backend microservice deployed as a container through AWS Fargate.
  3. Stored Mysfit Data Externalize all of the mysfit data and persisted it with a managed NoSQL database provided by Amazon DynamoDB.
  4. Added User Registration for registration, authentication, and authorization
  5. Captured user behavior with a clickstream analysis microservice that will record and analyze clicks on the website using AWS Lambda and Amazon Kinesis Firehose. 

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Tools

AWS

Breaking a Monolith Application into Microservices

Company

Breaking a Monolith Application into Microservices

Description

A monolithic node.js application was deployed to a Docker container, then decoupled the application into microservices without any downtime. 

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