Category: VSHNinternal

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VSHN goes to Vancouver – Part 1

VSHN goes to Vancouver – Part 1: Currently Daniel, Manuel, and I are working from Vancouver. Therefore I want to tell you a bit about why we are here and then give you a glimpse into life in Canada. VSHN grew a lot since we started. We went from one customer to over 350. With the number of customers, their requirements and the number of managed systems grew as well, and with all of that the amount of work we have to do during the night.

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Bem-vindo João!

I have been an IT geek for around 20 years, programming open source as a hobby and doing Unix/Linux system admin as a profession. VSHN is an opportunity to fuse my passion with my experience, fueled with the expertise of my team mates. I am starting in the Sirius squad, taking care of operative system and container platform management.

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Willkommen im Team, Isabel!

Hallo, ich bin zurzeit die j├╝ngste VSHNeer in der Runde. Wenn mich jemand fragt, was ich tue, reagieren die meisten genau gleich: “Was?! Wieso Wirtschaftsinformatik?”
Die Antwort ist ziemlich simpel, und zwar mit dem klaren Ziel vor Augen, nicht f├╝r den Rest meines Lebens als MPA einem Arzt die Arbeit zu erleichtern, sondern die Chance zu haben, einen Beitrag zur digitalen Welt zu leisten, beginne ich nun mein Teilzeit Studium als Wirtschaftsinformatikerin.

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Herzlich willkommen Tatjana!

Hallo, ich bin der neue Non-IT-Frischling. Als ich mich auf die Stellensuche machte um frischen Wind in mein Berufsleben zu bringen, lernte ich VSHN ehrlich gesagt eher durch Zufall kennen. Aber bereits nach dem 1. Meeting wusste ich, dass dies eine absolut coole Firma ist – vielleicht zum Teil noch etwas chaotisch, aber zukunftsorientiert und total nette und offene Leute. ­čÖé

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VSHN Day 2019

On Wed. August 7 2019, the 5th VSHN DAY took place, where our team meets annually for a voluntary off-site strategy day to discuss the future of VSHN. VSHN Day 2019 Intro: Back to the Future. VSHN co-founder Tobias Brunner (@tobruzh) ignited VSHN Day 2019 with a review. What was the idea behind VSHN? Why did the first VSHNeers join forces in 2014 and founded VSHN AG?

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Bem-vindo Nuno!

Bem-vindo Nuno. Before VSHN, I’ve been a Linux user from the nineties and then working in *nix technologies for more than a decade, specially leading teams, projects and as a manager. Five years ago I decided to work again as a technician, more focused in Cloud Operations and working remotely with a distributed team across the world. Along the way I was exposed to micro-services using Docker, compose and Kubernetes.

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VSHN Teamevent #2 2019 – Foxtrail

Compared to the last time, the weather was at its best during our second team event. After we played┬áAdventuregolf last time, it should be an outdoor event this time. The VSHNeers gathered in the office and didn’t know exactly what to expect despite some hints in advance. (tip to myself: never leave techies in ignorance…they don’t like that)

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Suada Mirgadirova: My experience at VSHN

It is difficult to have a clear idea about what to expect from a job you would like to have in the future without ever being immersed in the work environment beforehand. Therefore, after coming across the website of VSHN – The DevOps Company, I decided to contact the company and ask for a two-day long introduction to the job. Luckily, shortly after I received an approval from Aarno Aukia, who happened to have graduated from the same school I am visiting now. I was informed that I could come to the company and learn from the software engineers Dimitri Wessels and Peter Bittner about the job. I was happy to find out that both were very much into Python, which I am learning to use for my school project.

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