Thomas Schwärzl

  • @tschwaerzl
  • Customer Success Manager Architect | Cloud Solution Architect, IBM
I build Hybrid-MultiClouds as a Consultant and like Azure and Security. In my free time I do Triathlon because sucking at one sport isn't enough.
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Positions

Customer Success Manager Architect | Cloud Solution Architect

  • IBM
  • Nov 2021 - Present

Cloud Solution Architect / Azure Community Lead

  • NTT DATA DACH
  • Mar 2018 - Oct 2021

Senior DevOps Engineer

  • PACE Telematics GmbH
  • Apr 2017 - Feb 2018

Lead IT Infrastructure

  • SWP Stadtwerke Pforzheim GmbH
  • Jul 2013 - Mar 2017

Oracle DBA / Senior Backend Developer

  • Stadt Pforzheim
  • Sep 2003 - Jun 2013

2021

Nov 01, 2021
Nov 01, 2021
Started a new role at IBM
Excited to join IBM as Customer Success Manager Architect | Cloud Solution Architect! 🎉
Customer Success Manager Architect | Cloud Solution Architect, IBM
Oct 01, 2021
Oct 01, 2021
Left a role at NTT DATA DACH
Ended my journey as Cloud Solution Architect / Azure Community Lead at NTT DATA DACH!
Cloud Solution Architect / Azure Community Lead, NTT DATA DACH
May 12, 2021
May 12, 2021
Wrote an article
This took me way to long to find out why it didn't work. Hope it helps someone in the future stepping into the same issue.

https://www.schwaerzl.net/gitlab-runner-argument-list-too-long/

2020

Nov 29, 2020
Nov 29, 2020
Spoke on ITCS Podcast
Feb 14, 2020
Feb 14, 2020
Wrote an article

Why you should add security very first in your CI/CD pipeline


Would you give root access to anybody on your system? Neither would I. One reason why you should have a look at your systems and everything connected to it. Read how you shift security all to the left starting at the developer.

https://www.schwaerzl.net/why-you-should-add-security-very-first-in-ci-cd/

2018

Aug 17, 2018
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