Andrew is the DevOps engineer, here at Camwood. He is responsible for building the automated processes within the business, at present that means he is focused on Azure, and streamlining the creation and maintenance of Azure Virtual Desktop services to our client base.
Where were you before you worked at Camwood?
Before joining Camwood I started my career at Omnibus – a software development company within the automotive industry, primarily public transportation (buses). I then moved to Kalibrate – also a software development company, but for the fuel industry. Both experiences have given me a solid understanding of Azure and DevOps best practices.
Why did you join the Camwood team?
The reason I joined Camwood stemmed from watching one of the Azure Virtual Desktop webinars a few months prior. Knowing that the company ran these interactive and informative webinars to share knowledge and drive adoption, prompted me to come forward and apply for a position within the business, I had a good feeling about the culture at Camwood.
What excites you most about working at Camwood?
I am excited to work at Camwood because of the variety of projects I’ll be involved in. The projects I’ll be working on are all unique and pose different challenges, and I feel I will be able to bring suitable solutions to the table.
How do you think Camwood is different from other managed service providers?
I feel that Camwood is different to other companies in the industry sector as their vision and mission is to keep up with emerging trends and new technologies rather than sticking to traditional ways of running things. Their desire to be continuously innovative will build on their success.
What unique skill do you bring to the Camwood team?
As the DevOps engineer, I believe I can bring a variety of technical knowledge and dedicated resources to Camwood driving forward and achieving the DevOps goals over the next year and further.