Keith Rogers is an IT professional with over 10 years of experience who currently works for a large broadcasting company out of the UK. His long-standing passion in computing has led to him taking up multiple extra-curricular activities to further his knowledge and fuel his interest.
Keith has spent years working with Linux by utilizing Apache, MySQL and PHP to build full web stacks, along with creating more complex load-balanced and redundant solutions suitable for high availability. In the last 2 to 3 years, he has found himself using new cloud-based infrastructures such as those provided by AWS and Azure to assist in achieving these goals.
Currently, he’s working in the DevOps space with a focus on utilizing new automation tools such as Terraform/Ansible/Cloud-Init to efficiently and consistently deploy infrastructure. Along with this, he has been focusing on improving the bridge between Operations and Development by deploying new tools like Graylog to make it easier to parse log data and visualize any patterns within these logs.
In his spare time, he likes to spend time furthering his tech knowledge by utilizing new technologies at home.
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