Hello, I’m ANDRÁS

IT OPERATIONS & DEVOPS ENGINEER

looking for new opportunities in Copenhagen

I’m proficient in Linux servers, VMware virtualization, Ansible configuration management. I’m passionate about DevOps methodologies, so I’d like to join a company where I could work with like-minded people.

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Linux

Linux is a family of open-source Unix-like operating systems based on the Linux kernel. A vast number of servers use some kind of Linux as their OS. I’ve worked mostly with Centos/RHEL, Debian and Ubuntu Servers. If you run Linux servers, I can help.

DevOps & Containers

Docker, Kubernetes and other containerization technologies have taken the server world by storm. It’s a modern way to package, ship and run services – and if done well, scalable, too. Running them in the cloud is also a breeze.

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Ansible

I’m a specialist in Configuration Management using Ansible. Hacking the config on servers manually is not good practice. I think it’s essential to have an uniform, standardized config on all servers – and that’s what Ansible is perfect for.

Work with me, and let’s build a more automated, less-error prone, high-performing, modern infrastructure deployment. Contact me!

Sometimes I write About MY Projects

Flash ESPHome onto an ESP32 using docker-compose

Flash ESPHome onto an ESP32 using docker-compose

I use docker-compose to run the ESPHome container which I use to flash ESPHome onto my ESP32 devices. To see how I do that, check the configs in this post. Note: This guide does not get into detail how to install docker-compose though, but I'm sure you'll find...

Xiaomi Mijia Hygrothermo v2 sensor data on Raspberry Pi

Xiaomi Mijia Hygrothermo v2 sensor data on Raspberry Pi

There's a neat looking Xiaomi LYWSDCGQ sensor with a display which shows temperature and humidity of it's environment. We'll use a BLE capable Raspberry Pi to read out the sensor's data. https://youtu.be/q-VYxZtR-Dg It can trasmit this information over Bluetooth Low...

Give more power to USB devices on Raspberry Pi

Give more power to USB devices on Raspberry Pi

There's a way to allow your Pi to provide as much power to the connected USB devices as possible. Let me show you how. You can check how much power do your USB devices use sudo lsusb -v | grep -e 'MaxPower' -e 'Bus [0-9]' sudo nano /boot/config.txt add:...