SysAdmin | sys·ad·min | noun - A system administrator. The duties of a system administrator are wide-ranging, and vary widely from one organization to another. Sysadmins are usually charged with installing, supporting, and maintaining servers or other computer systems, and planning for and responding to service outages and other problems.

What people have said about working with us...

"It was an absolute pleasure to have David work with us at Coull. He's both incredibly personable, and a consummate professional. If you need a DevOps hero who is up to date with the latest technology then David is your man."
- Aden Forshaw, CEO & CTO of Coull

"David stepped in as a contractor at short notice and did a fantastic job, against a hard deadline, deploying a high-profile application that absolutely could not be late. His "after sales" and "out of hours" support help has been outstanding."
- Simon Price, Academic Research IT Manager, IT Services, University of Bristol

"I was lucky enough to have David, a meticulous, self-reliant, full-stack DevOps engineer, working on the TechOps team at Brightpearl for the last year or so.
He was responsible for fully overhauling the deployment of Brightpearl's website and the build-test-deploy pipeline too.
David is at ease with DevOps best practices and technologies and was able to transform Brightpearl's marketing site from a mini-waterfall nightmare to an auto-scaled, high availability site backed by fully auto-tested continuous delivery and blue-green deployment."

-Ed Massey, Head of TechOps at Brightpearl

"David is a highly competent senior SysOps and DevOps. 
He provided first class IT support and also drove complex SysOps projects such as facilities migrations. He also worked on DevOps within our engineering team with a focus on security, ISP migrations and deployment architectures."

-David Hardcastle, Senior Manager - Amazon Alexa Knowledge team