Ed is a Lead Engineer who specialises in cloud architecture and CI/CD pipeline design. He employs a tech-agnostic approach, enabling him to work with a wide range of clients and tools.
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Starting out as a contract Automation Engineer in 2015, Edmund (Ed) jumped at the chance to join the company full-time in 2016. Ed moved from London to Cardiff in the process. His work with DevOpsGroup has involved travel to some interesting locations – Edinburgh, Budapest and Sofia to name a few!
The work he has done to migrate organisations to the Public Cloud has drastically reduced costs and unlocked the potential for innovation.
Ed has over 9 years of experience in the IT industry, previously working in the Financial and Hospitality sectors before moving over to DevOps consultancy.
Given the chance to pursue a range of software delivery careers early on, Ed was drawn to the challenge of Release Engineering and Deployment Orchestration. Starting with the emergence of DevOps and the public cloud, Ed focussed his efforts to become familiar with cutting-edge innovations from AWS and Azure. As well as the positive impact that DevOps and Lean practices can have on software delivery across the industry.
Ed is keen to keep up with the latest innovations in Cloud and Orchestration tooling, as well as fostering a safe and inclusive environment for other engineers to learn in.
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“Infrastructure as Code” is a process of provisioning complex computing platforms in a reliable and repeatable way via configuration files and scripting tools.
Over the last couple of years, we have been managing environment configuration of a Windows-based production environment with Powershell DSC.
Lead CloudOps Engineer Ed Dipple speaks about how to get the most out of PowerShell and get involved in the thriving community.