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Janos Miko
Lead DevOps Engineer
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Introduction

Welcome to my site!

Let me introduce myself: I’m Janos Miko.

I have always loved technology. I work as a Lead DevOps Engineer and Go developer for nearly 10 years.

It sounds sentimental, but the “cloud” is where I feel at home.

Some Personal Stuff

  • I prefer Everything as Code methodology.
  • I manage my work and my life using GTD and OKR.
  • I am a perfectionist.
  • I meditate daily.
  • I am a proud dad of 2 dachshunds.

Experiences

Lead DevOps Engineer
ITG Commerce · Budapest - HU | Chapel Hill, NC - US
2019 - Present
  • I am responsible for the management of the DevOps team.
  • I build and maintain the whole IT development and production infrastructure including CI/CD pipelines, backup, monitoring, scaling, etc.
  • I am an outsourced consultant for external partners, I do cloud architecture-, and cost optimization, security guidance.
Lead Systems Engineer
AionHill · Budapest - HU
2017 - 2019
  • I was responsible for the management of the IT team.
  • I managed and maintained various web applications and the required cloud and bare metal infrastructure.
  • I did IT audits, determination and realization of IT policies.
System Administrator
Ikron Kft. · Szeged - HU
2015 - 2017
  • I was a part of the system administrator team and I was responsible for managing and supervising DOCSIS CATV networks, Library Manager software and ERP systems on bare metal servers.

Testimonials

“In addition to automating deployment tasks, Jani cost-effectively designed Random Food’s AWS infrastructure, helping our startup’s IT security and efficiency.”

József Belányi
Random Food - CEO
József Belányi

“Well as the leader of Peakshop.hu, I know that there is a great specialist in the background, when there are NO errors on the servers. Janos is one of the most reliable, “silent” specialist, that every company needs.”

Mónika Mező
Peak Hungary - CEO
Mónika Mező

“In the last two years, Janos helped us to advance the DevOps practice in our company with Dockerization and CI/CD automation. He also managed to cut back our AWS costs.”

Shabab Gruberg
Shabab Gruberg

“Janos develops and manages all my IT systems. Partner in everything, I can count on him at any time. There is nothing that is impossible for him. He is fast, efficient and has excellent expertise.”

Balázs Péter Szabó
Balázs Péter Szabó

Projects

  • Reward is a Swiss Army knife CLI utility for orchestrating Docker based development environments.
  • It makes possible to run multiple local environments simultaneously without port conflicts by utilizing common services proxying requests to the correct environment’s containers.
  • Reward is written in Go, and it supports Linux, macOS and Windows (and WSL2).

Blog

503 Backend Fetch Failed - if you ever used Varnish, most probably you will be familiar with this error message. It can be a headache to determine what causes these issues. In the following guide, I will give you some tools which will help to determine and eliminate these error messages.
2021-10-01
2021-10-01
5 min read
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Bitbucket Pipelines memory management can be a headache in complex cases. And its documentation is confusing. So let's figure out through examples how it works.
2021-09-17
2021-09-17
8 min read
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Atlassian announced self-hosted Runners for Bitbucket Pipelines, let’s try them out.
2021-09-08
2021-09-17
7 min read
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How can you verify if Magento can reach and utilize the benefits of RabbitMQ? This tutorial will help you to modify attributes of a product using Magento’s async API and bulk API.
2021-07-04
2021-07-04
3 min read
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It can be a headache to find solutions to run multiple local environments simultaneously without port conflicts when using tools like Docker. This is where Reward can be a very useful tool.
2021-03-06
2021-03-06
8 min read
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