I am from Haryana state in North of India. I have a lot of interest is in Networking Technologies – the way Internet works, DNS, routing, BGP routing, Network Peering etc. Presently I am working at Hurricane Electric (AS6939). My work goes closely around BGP routing, IXPs, DNS, IPv6, anycast and other related aspects of Internet core.
In my free time I experiment with open source solutions for networking systems, do fun scripting and play around with global routing table data etc. I have hands on experience with Linux servers and network devices (Cisco + Juniper). I have worked on some of high availability DNS deployments with anycast via quagga and bash scripts to control the same.
I have worked with…
I have worked with a several companies/groups in past.
In 2010 I worked with the Zoho IAM team as a summer intern in the development of an SSO-based solution with local authentication. It was an awesome experience to work with a company like Zohocorp under the leadership of Mr Sridhar Vembu.
I have also served as a System/Network Administrator at such companies as BE Software Solutions, iLive Corp, Dito, Cloudaccess.net, PCH (Packet Clearing House) etc. I also contributed as a guest blogger at TelecomTalk.info. In my last previous job, I have employed at Spectranet as Head of Datacenter Operations apart from involvement in Core Network Planning & Operations team working closely around routing of AS10029.
Apart from that, I was once a active poster in Google Apps forum and in fact was titled as Top Contributor in Google Apps forums (with a trip to US to meet Google Apps team!). On 20th Nov 2009, a blog post about Google Apps Power Posters was posted on Google Enterprise blog. Thank you Google, for mentioning us on your official blog! 🙂
Well, enough about me!
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