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A software professional ready to react to customer requirements driving product direction through development and solutions engineering. - Develop Multi-Cloud solutions levering automation and orchestration technologies. - Develop compete analysis identifying opportunities to contribute to product direction. - Create API reference and automated CI/CD software in a multi-cloud. - Technical Lead with experience building efficient project teams with complementing skill sets with respect to the software development life cycle. software integration - functional build verification, system integration and performance: scale, longevity, upgrade. - Align engineering goals with clearly defined business goals. - Promote ownership and collaboration while setting task to accomplish high quality solutions for system and / or integration test environments. System - Performance, Longevity and scale test automation harness development. - After completion of an MBA, looking to turn the page into the next chapter of application design or network solutions role. - Develop and implement automation direction for http rest client / server architecture. Used technologies such as python and java script for api and python automation harness. - Automation solution development of BIG-IQ central management of a distributed network of BIG-IP application delivery controllers. - Evaluate test and automation development of complementing virtual technologies for private and public cloud (AWS S3, Dell DX) simplifying management of NAS resources. - Test, automation and solution development of file storage virtual environment allowing customers adapt to heterogeneous NAS environments. Specialties: Network Design; Implementation; Automation Development; Marketing Solutions; Technical Management.


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This Excel Pareto Chart for IT Operations has a single tab to input the data and separate tab for the chart, which updates automatically based on the data entered.

Pareto charts contain a bar graph with a line where individual values are represented by the bars, and the cumulative total is represented by the line. The left Y axis is the frequency each instance occurs or another unit of measure. The right Y axis is the cumulative percentage of the total number of occurrences or another unit of measure. The values are always displayed in descending order.

Pareto charts are used to indicate the most important item among a large set of factors. This is sometimes referred to as the “80/20 Rule”. In the 80/20 Rule, 80% of the occurrences are caused by 20% of the possible factors.