I decided to start up this blog, to share of the interesting moments I run into, or anything that peaks my attention within my career in IT. As far a bit of background, I’ve worked in IT 6+ years. I’ve worked as a normal field technician, help desk technician, and currently as a network analyst, supporting a wide array technologies.
Those technologies range from the normal Cisco Routers/Switches to ASA’s, WLC, LWAP’s, then of course the typically Microsoft Servers and SQL Databases, BES Servers, supported in a VMWare cluster running off a blade center with connected SANs. So my knowledge is fairly spread out. While I do regret not being able to work solely with a single technology, I do enjoy working this many as it allows me to see the whole picture.
As far as some credentials, I hold an AS degree in computer networking and certifications from various vendors. Currently I have the A+, Network+, and Security+ from CompTIA, MCSA for Microsoft Server 2003, and MCITP: SA for Server 2008. As well as the BlackBerry Certified Support Specialist from Research In Motion. Along with a valid CCNA: Wireless and CCNP certification. So I have a small knack for learning new technologies and applying them at work.
I am also by no means going to call myself an expert after no one is perfect, we all make mistakes. I will be the first to admit I have encountered issues that could have been avoided if I had simply researched a bit more into a topic, but as long as we learn from those mistakes and do not make the same ones twice, their is an acceptable limit.