Building secure cloud environments for the customers in Sweden
We’re pleased to introduce you to Vladimir, who is our DevSecOps guru working at the Stockholm office. On a daily...
We’re pleased to introduce you to Vladimir, who is our DevSecOps guru working at the Stockholm office. On a daily basis, he helps our customers in creating safe cloud environments. We decided to ask him about his experience in harnessing modern cloud technologies for our Swedish customers.
1. Where are you from and how did you end up at Nordcloud?
I’m originally from Russia but I have lived in Sweden since 2011. Before joining Nordcloud I used to work for Ericsson as a solution architect in the systems integration domain. At some point, I realised that I needed a major change, so I left Ericsson and joined Nordcloud to work on public and hybrid cloud projects.
2. What is your role and your core competence?
When it comes to core competencies, I have 25 years of experience spanning across many roles including software developer, UX designer, product manager and solution architect. Currently I’m addicted to building modern CI/CD pipelines with security focus, so called DevSecOps.
3. What sets you on fire / what’s your favourite thing technically with public cloud?
I really like guiding customers in the best ways to develop and support modern containers / serverless-based applications and workloads.
4. What do you like most about working at Nordcloud?
I have the full freedom to do what I believe is best for the customer, I’m not limited by specific products, services, or processes.
5. What is the most useful thing you have learned at Nordcloud?
Ultimately, ‘learned’ is not the right word being in the past tense, as I have realised we need to learn constantly in our fast-changing world of IT. Nordcloud is a community of great colleagues, who are willing to share deep technical and “how-to” knowledge and experience.
6. What do you do outside work?
Trying to help my daughters to do things right. Personally I do a lot of sport activities – alpine skiing, mountain biking, calisthenics, and table tennis.
7. How would you describe Nordcloud’s culture?
While this is not our official culture, for me personally I think it’s built around a fast paced environment, that encourages each individual to have the freedom to use their skills to help customers challenges, while always going that extra mile to find solutions.
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