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Bio


From 2 years Michal is working with OpenStack as DevOps engineer at OVHcloud in Poland. He is working around python networking plugins that integrates OpenStack Neutron with OVH network infrastructure. Former Intel Corporation Cloud Engineer mostly focused on Kubernetes and containerization. Took part in the cloud project related to scheduling AI trainings on k8s clusters. Former university teacher of computer science subjects. Michał is a graduate of the Gdańsk University of Technology (ETI faculty).

Professional hobbies are public cloud, scheduling, automation and efficient CI/CD systems. In free time Michal doing some geocaching, chess or board games.

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  1. Expose files from s3 bucket to download them over HTTP

    Python

  2. mzylowski Public

    mzylowski CV and portfolio

    TeX 1

  3. Enclosure LED Utilities

    C 47 42

  4. A multi-user, distributed computing environment for running DL model training experiments on Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor-based systems

    Python 394 66

  5. Production-Grade Container Scheduling and Management

    Go 92.3k 33.9k

  6. Make the world a better place by volunteering grid computing in docker

    Shell 1 2

427 contributions in the last year

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September 2022

5 contributions in private repositories Sep 7 – Sep 25

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