About Me

Greeting and Welcome to my site .

This is Santosh Nair from Mumbai , India.

An IT Professional with 18+ years of experience in technical architecture designing, project delivery, clients and team management in various domains like Banking, Insurance and Tele-Communication.

Extensive experience in leading teams in designing, implementing, integrations, configuration and administration of distributed middleware solutions using IBM products like WebSphere Application Server, IBM Business Process Manager (BPM), IBM Connections, WebSphere Portal.

Successful migration of Applications on Azure Infrastructure , Open ShiftCICD Pipeline, Kafka , Elastic Search among others

My style of learning is to learn something and then to write down what I have learned.
I do this for two primary reasons.
–As I get older, I can’t remember information for as long as I would like.
–I am a firm believer in writing down information and sharing it with others in the hope that all can benefit from things learned as much as I benefit from reading the words that others have laid down.

The content within represents innumerable hours of study and practical experience.
I also don’t claim accuracy or best practices on any of the material found within .. so use and leverage at your own risk.

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