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Peter Gatt
Peter Gatt
Jan 10, 2018

Sydney DevOps Pioneer joins Team Vibrato

It's with much excitement that Vibrato welcomes Aurelie Viger to their team in Sydney. Aurelie brings an amazing history of DevOps and Community Pioneering in Sydney to the team in her new role as the Client Engagement Executive. Aurelie has been on an amazing journey in the industry and comes with a vast history in sales and community brilliance all over Australia. The team is excited about the solution that we'll be taking to market in 2018 with Aurelie's help, and look forward to empowering our clients to do amazing things this new year for their customers.

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Peter Gatt
Peter Gatt
Aug 10, 2017

Vibrato ARN Finalists

 

Vibrato is yet again excited to have been nominated for industry awards! This time, it's the new "Start-up" category for the ARN ICT industry awards and Vibrato has been selected as a finalist within the "Start-Up Customer Win" category. Vibrato is dedicated delivering amazing programs of work for our clients and we look forward to an amazing awards night, September 14 in Sydney.

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Peter Gatt
Peter Gatt
Jun 9, 2017

The Data Gold Rush has Started!



Gold was first discovered in Australia in Ballarat in late August 1851 on the rise above Canadian Creek at the base of "Poverty Point", which was later renamed to "Golden Point". Reports in the local paper, the Geelong Advertiser, instigated the first rush to the Ballarat Diggings. New mining techniques never before seen such as the "canary" sniffer and sifting tools found their way to the front line in Canadian Creek, and the accessibility of the new technology inspired ordinary people to dig in their own back yards, hoping to make their fortunes.
 
Fast forward 170 years and history is repeating itself, only this time the "gold" in your own back yard is the data and systems which organisations have been running and maintaining for years. The big data and analytic drive we're seeing today in the IT industry is allowing organisations to uncover and realise the hidden value of their existing data assets.
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Peter Gatt
Peter Gatt
Jun 7, 2017

ChefConf - Cooking with Automated Gas

I'm back from ChefConf! What a truly amazing experience and many thanks to our good friends at Chef for having your favourite partner Vibrato at the conference! For those of you who don't know what ChefConf is all about... it's not about cooking (although I was asked by my AirBnB which spices I like to cook with) but rather it's all about whipping up The Awesome with everything that's new and powerful from Chef.

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Peter Gatt
Peter Gatt
Apr 19, 2017

Vibrato Sponsors Doxa Cadet


I'm very excited to announce that last night, I had the ability to give back finally after some 14 years alumni and have Vibrato sponsor our very own cadet! James and I would like to congratulate Connor Sutton on becoming Vibrato's very first Doxa Cadet and wish him well on starting his Advanced Diploma in Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering at Swinburne University. Connor is not only an amazing guy with a bubbly and enthusiastic personality, but he's also one of the most switched on technical people we've come across at such a young age. If you get a chance, please reach out to Connor to congratulate him or swing past our offices from time to time as I'm sure we're gonna get him buried in some cool robotics and automation soon!


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Peter Gatt
Peter Gatt
Aug 9, 2016

Automating IBM Websphere

Inline with Vibrato's mission to automate everything, Alvin Oh explores how to use CHEF to automate IBM Websphere (WAS v8.5) in a Microsoft Windows environment.

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Peter Gatt
Peter Gatt
Aug 9, 2016

Hashicorp's First Conference: Hashiconf

Since the debut of Vagrant in January 2010, Hashicorp has now stepped it up to a total of 8 open source products, and 1 commercial offering. I’m proud to say that I was at the first Hashiconf ever, hosted in Portland, Oregon. Three hundred engineers descended on this big culture, small town location, and enjoyed 2 days of presentations and discussion on Packer, Vagrant, Terraform, Consul, Vault, Serf and Atlas.

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