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$20 USD / hour
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Malik S.

@NajmusSiraj

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5.0 (3 reviews)
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$20 USD / hour
Flag of PAKISTAN
rawalpindi, pakistan
$20 USD / hour
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DevOps Automation Engineer | IaaC | CI/CD |

AWS cloud, EC2, VPC, ECS, EKS, CloudFormation, CloudWatch, EMR Terraform, CloudFormation Jenkins, Github actions Docker, Docker hub, docker-compose Ansible Linux administration, VPN, radius, iptables, bash scripts etc
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The client wants to implement the CI/CD for his NextJS app that is deployed in the AWS cloud using terraform (milliHQ/next-js/aws | Terraform Registry)
The provided App on Github is not working because of path issues and case-sensitive directory structure. So, I removed them and build the app locally using tf-next. Once the app locally build successfully I write CI/CD using GitHub actions and deploy the static website along with lambda functions on the S3 bucket

Overall, It was a nice experience to build the NextJS app and write CI/CD pipeline to build and deploy it on AWS
CI/CD for NextJS app deployed using terraform
The client wants to implement the CI/CD for his NextJS app that is deployed in the AWS cloud using terraform (milliHQ/next-js/aws | Terraform Registry)
The provided App on Github is not working because of path issues and case-sensitive directory structure. So, I removed them and build the app locally using tf-next. Once the app locally build successfully I write CI/CD using GitHub actions and deploy the static website along with lambda functions on the S3 bucket

Overall, It was a nice experience to build the NextJS app and write CI/CD pipeline to build and deploy it on AWS
CI/CD for NextJS app deployed using terraform
The client wants to implement the CI/CD for his NextJS app that is deployed in the AWS cloud using terraform (milliHQ/next-js/aws | Terraform Registry)
The provided App on Github is not working because of path issues and case-sensitive directory structure. So, I removed them and build the app locally using tf-next. Once the app locally build successfully I write CI/CD using GitHub actions and deploy the static website along with lambda functions on the S3 bucket

Overall, It was a nice experience to build the NextJS app and write CI/CD pipeline to build and deploy it on AWS
CI/CD for NextJS app deployed using terraform
The client wants to implement the CI/CD for his NextJS app that is deployed in the AWS cloud using terraform (milliHQ/next-js/aws | Terraform Registry)
The provided App on Github is not working because of path issues and case-sensitive directory structure. So, I removed them and build the app locally using tf-next. Once the app locally build successfully I write CI/CD using GitHub actions and deploy the static website along with lambda functions on the S3 bucket

Overall, It was a nice experience to build the NextJS app and write CI/CD pipeline to build and deploy it on AWS
CI/CD for NextJS app deployed using terraform
In this project, I have deployed the Amazon ECS cluster using terraform for a nodejs-based full stack application. I created two microservices for front-end and back-end applications using docker and upload the image to Elastic Container Registry (ECR). I used Amazon ECS auto-scaling group capacity provider with managed scaling.
AWS ECS cluster with terraform

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2 months ago
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When it comes to AWS and terraform Malik knows what he's talking about. He's also happy to get into the details of the project and really tease out the requirements. Thanks Malik
Amazon Web Services Ansible Amazon ECS Amazon CloudFormation
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3 months ago
5.0
$15.00 AUD
Was very quick and easy to deal - I recommend Malik to anyone
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Sr developer

Safelabs
Mar 2018 - Jan 2021 (2 years, 10 months)
Child Safe VPN server where the client connects using IPSec IKEv2, IPSec IKEV1, OpenVPN, L2TP, HTTPS Perform accounting, authorization, and authentication using radius protocol VPN client on windows, Andriod and iOS Deploy on Premises ManageEngine BYOD and manage Andriod and Apple mobile phones Perform adult domain filtering, Ad blocking, BW metering, Captive portal Writing shell scripts to automatically setup SBC.

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Terraform 3 Amazon Web Services 2 Ansible 1 Amazon ECS 1 Amazon CloudFormation 1

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