I have worked at my workplace for nearly 30 years. Time goes by extremely fast! Over the years, I have held various jobs there: network technician, UNIX system administrator, Windows system administrator, etc.
I’m technically a network engineer, but I work on so many other things I’ve decided to start calling myself an infrastructure engineer.
Stuff I currently work on regularly:
- Ansible and other automation tools and scripts.
- Fortigate firewalls
- Cisco routers and switches
- Juniper switches
- Cisco Unified and Aruba wireless (~900 WAPs deployed)
- Gluing APIs together + data munging
- Graylog (logging + dashboards)
- Windows Servers
- Active Directory
- Microsoft Azure
- Google Workspace (+ APIs)
- RapidIdentity (not an expert, but can bang out good Action Sets)
Stuff I used to work on regularly:
- Pentesting/red teaming on the side
- SunOS and Solaris on SPARC and Intel platforms
- FreeBSD and OpenBSD
- Old, dead firewall platforms like Checkpoint, Cisco PIX and ASA :)
- Java J2EE
- Netscape Directory Server and OpenLDAP
- C# for all kinds of stuff as well as ASP.NET development
- Bunches of other stuff