Luke Martin Feldman (also known as Martin Linxfeld or Martin, The Cook)
I am Cloud Evangelist, currently working as Cloud Solution Architect at Oracle, focused on Infrastructure as Code concept. Privately happy husband and father of 3 teenage kids, an extreme fan of boarding games. Also, jogger, on the run a few times a week, enjoying nearby forests with my dog.
Before I joined Oracle, I worked for Hewlett-Packard and many other smaller and bigger companies for the last 20 years. My journey has also included my own cloud-based startup which has been an honest lesson on how to fail. 🙂
My personal credo is to never give up and learn as quickly as it is possible. Let’s say without harm to my family. I really enjoy my work. Frankly speaking, I believe the Internet is the greatest place for sharing knowledge. I am a Certified Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Architect Associate. On this blog, I like to share my experiences with OCI, Terraform and Ansible and for sure other interesting news.
I am Kranthi Manchikanti working as a Cloud Solutions Engineer at Oracle and certified in hybrid cloud infrastructures like Oracle Cloud, GCP, Azure and Blockchain solutions with more than 5 years of industry experience in application design, management and development. I am a technology evangelist and spoke at conferences like RSA, MACC (Midwest Architecture Community Collaboration).
I run, play Racketball and write poetry. Solving business problems using technology is my passion and I wake up every day hoping to learn the same and make a difference by exploring solutions. We are in the exciting era of the cloud world and I use this blog to share such topics that could save time and energy.
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