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I'm Venu

Technology leader with 20 years of excellence in the digital transformation of rapidly growing businesses. Expert at leveraging the technologies that dictate the future, designing highly efficient processes, and building competent teams. From leading the development and management of mission-critical applications for different industries to migrating legacy systems to the cloud, I've been fortunate to imbibe the nuances of various domains.


Core Competence
Technology To Business Alignment

Strategic Alliances n Partnership

Agile n Hybrid

DevOps

Project Management

Team Building


Experience
Chief Technology Officer

Confidential

Chief Architect

ThoughtWorks

Senior Systems Analyst

Unisys

Software Engineer

Société Générale

SOBIS Mannheim

IBM

Infosys

BEL


My Skills
Build An AWS like Cloud
Programming
Leadership
Marketing

20

Total Years Of Experience

1664

Happy Customers

2964

Projects Done

2002

In Tech Since

How May I Help You?

Leadership

Project Management, Build Competent Teams, Automate Processes and Stive For Excellence

Winning Strategies

Strategy Planning, , Performance Optimisation, Service Deliver and Operations, BCP and Risk Management

Design

Technology To Business Alignment, Implementation, Integration, Migration,

Clean Code

Test Driven Development (TDD), Big-O, Integration and Migration, Security and Compliance

Growth

Visionary Stratergies, Strategic Alliances n Partnership, Sales and Marketing, Regulatory Expertise, Governance

Team Building

Building, hiring, and growing large teams of graphically-dispersed members inculcating the culture of commitment, accountability, and shared success.

SOME OF WORK

Choosing Apache mod_wsgi over Eventlet in OpenStack Kilo and Liberity

While installing OpenStack Liberty release you disable the keystone service from starting up automatically and we also see a note such as

"In Kilo and Liberty releases, the keystone project deprecates eventlet in favor of a separate web server with WSGI extensions. This guide uses the Apache HTTP server with mod_wsgi to serve Identity service requests on port 5000 and 35357. By default, the keystone service still listens on ports 5000 and 35357. Therefore, this guide disables the keystone service. The keystone project plans to remove eventlet support in Mitaka."

 
The reason behind this is

Eventlet by design performs well in networked environments and handles everything in a single thread. Due to Apache's ability to do multi-threading it was better to use it as the frontend.

Keystone depends on apache/web-server modules to handle federated identity (validation of SAML and etc) and similar Single Sign On type authentication.

Eventlet has proven problematic when it comes to workloads within Keystone, notably that a number of actions cannot yield (either due to lacking in Eventlet, or that the dependent library uses C-bindings that eventlet is not able to work with).

Apache has many modules available which can be used.

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