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About techbeatly.com

This blog was started as my own technical reference and was a private blog in blogger.com (iam-gini.blogspot.my). Later I found adding articles to blog is easy than keeping personal notes or documents. Also it was easy to share to someone who need it; instead of sending our own personal notes. So I have made this blog as public one. Later due to blogger platform limitations (at that time); I have moved this articles to a personal self-hosted wordpress website as techmam.com. And due to some branding reasons and increased readership & site visits, we have hosted this under a new domain as www.techbeatly.com.

We are just sharing our personal notes and technical process documents, what we know. There is nothing super-power items inside this blog; and you may feel free to raise questions or queries via our contact page or comment system.

We have made all changes to re-route traffic from iam-gini.blogspot.my & techbeats.colorvibes.in (and techmam.com at that time) to techbeatly.com so that page urls will never break.

Thank you for visiting techbeatly.com.


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Authors

These guys are so kind to share their articles via techbeatly.com so that you can access all those from a single place.

Gini Gangadharan
Systems Engineer

(Gineesh Madapparambath)

Ansible | OpenShift | AWS | Azure

Muhammad Aizuddin Zali
Red Hatter
RHCA | AppDev & Platform Consultant | DevSecOps
Shibin John
Project Lead

Project Technical Lead at DXC Technology

Jagath Jayaprakash
Database Consultant
ITO Service Delivery Consultant III at DXC Technology
Herry Purnama
Technical Project Lead
Technical Project Lead at T-Systems Malaysia
Prajith Parammal
Cloud Engineer

TI Cloud Build and Automation Engineer at DXC Technology

Aneesh Mohan
System Engineer

System Engineer- Paas(Openshift) at T-Systems Malaysia |RHCE|Ansible|Openshift


Disclaimer

All posts, articles and information are prepared based on author’s knowledge and experience. Please consult official documentations when applying these methods in your production environment.

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