Under the Hood of www.tomammon.net

I began my network automation journey in earnest a few years ago. As I learned about the building blocks of automation, I found my mind wandering beyond the confines of vendor-driven network designs. In my years as a networking engineer I have learned that I need to deliver a real product, satisfying real business requirements, … Continue reading Under the Hood of www.tomammon.net

Tomammon.net – Services Infrastructure and Application Code

Part 3 in a series where I seriously overcomplicate my online resume, in hopes of building a T-shaped skillset. We’ll see how the application is built from a microservices perspective, and we’ll explore the building blocks used, including docker containers and the code that runs in each of the containers.

TomAmmon.net – Network Infrastructure

Part 2 in a series where I seriously overcomplicate my online resume, in hopes of building a T-shaped skillset. In this post we’ll look at the networking foundations of the application, which makes use of a simple OSPF network, SSL VPN as a backend transport mechanism for the app, and HAProxy load balancing.