Who am I?
My name is Pablo and I’ve been working with Open Source since before I started university.
Part of my evolution with Open Source is described in this article Linux.
Since 2006 I work for Red Hat, where I started as a Dedicated Enterprise Engineer (Onsite Consultant) for a country-wide retail company with headquarters in Valencia.
After two more years of visiting the biggest customers in the country, I moved to the Technical Account Manager role, where I was in charge of handling the relationship with some assigned Strategic Customers.
Shortly after my start as TAM, I started working with Cloud customers, providing support to their OpenStack deployment as Senior Cloud Technical Account Manager.
Since September 2016, I moved to a new role within the Customer Experience and Engagement organization, starting as Senior Software Maintenance Engineer - OpenStack (SEG: Support Engineering Group) where I do collaborate with my colleagues handling the OpenStack support cases created in EMEA region and the global ones on Follow-The-Sun.
Since April 1st 2018, I got promoted to Principal Software Maintenance Engineer - OpenStack, where I did still worked with the same ‘stuff’.
Since September 1st 2018, I moved to the Solutions Engineering team, working on Kubernetes/OpenShift Federation and Quay registry among other topics, Community Ecosystem for KubeVirt and Metal³ and later, including Telco 5G deployments on OpenShift Installer-Provisioned Infrastructure on bare-metal and later Management Integration using Advanced Cluster Management (ACM) on OpenShift to explore the requirements of Telco Edge architectures.
In April 1st 2022, I got promoted to Principal Software Engineer while working the Management Integration Team.
I’m also contributing on regular basis to Citellus/Risu project to help automating diagnosis on known issues at system configuration, package sets, etc.
Enjoy! (and if you do, you can Buy Me a Coffee )