Happy Sysadmin Day!
We’re continuing the IT Heroes and Homelabs celebrations🎉 Here are a few more Netdata employee workstations.
We invite you to join in the fun and share your’s as well and to retweet our Twitter post below with the hashtags #SysadminDay #NetdataWin to get entered to win some Netdata swag. Enjoy!
Homelabs, battlestations, workstations, and more
Dmitry Mikryukov is a Frontend Developer, using an “Asus N752 Laptop SSD Evo 970 and Asus as media center\torrent controller\smart home controller\simple home server for pet projects: https://www.asus.com/Single-Board-Computer/Tinker-Board/
Nicolás Parada, Backend Developer, has a setup that includes a Lenovo S940 running Windows (monitoring Docker with Netdata), a piano “collecting dust until the day I decide to play it,” an electrical standing desk, and is elevating his lighting game with some RGB lights and an Xiaomi lamp.
An upgraded laptop by Markos Fountoulakis, Senior Software Engineer at Netdata. In his words,
"This is my laptop, naked. Top left would be the DVD-WR device, bottom left would be the HDD, they’re both missing in this picture, so what I did was upgrade my laptop, almost completely. I upgraded my HDD (should be bottom left) to a 2TB drive, I upgraded my other disk drive (bottom right) to a 512GB NVMe SSD drive, those are very fast, so the fast drive is the boot drive, the slow one is for archival storage (lots of data). I upgraded my main memory (2 RAM stick bottom-center) to 32GB of RAM and I also upgraded my WiFi card (top-center-left) to a fast 5GHz one. Typically, people don’t upgrade their laptops, because it’s either too troublesome or impossible because the components are soldered on the mainboard, so that’s my desktop-like laptop.”
Senior SRE Mansour Behabadi, “Most of what you see here are small electronics modules/components. Everything orange is 3d printed, including the laptop stand!”
Here we have @ilyam8
(Ilyam Mashchenko), workstation, an Integration Engineer on the team.
Distro: Manjaro Linux
Kernel: 5.7.9-1-MANJARO x86_64
CPU: 6-Core Intel Core i5-9400F
Mem: 32 GB
Storage: HP SSD EX950 512GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960
Laptop (MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015)):
OS: macOS Catalina 10.15.5
CPU: 2,2 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7
Mem: 16 GB
Storage: SSD 256 GB
Graphics: Intel Iris Pro 1536 MB
And lastly, Pepe: plush
Vassilis Legakis, Sr. Software Engineer, “this is my Athens office in plain warm wood. Apart from a laptop and screen we can see my vintage (first logo) Netdata mug for coffee and an anti stress Ukulele
But above all I’m proud for my IBM Model M 1986 keyboard which dominates the photo!
This is something like a legend for keyboard purists”
Here’s what Vladimir Kobal, a Software Engineer on the team is working with:
"My main computer:
X570 AORUS MASTER
AMD Ryzen 9 3950X
32 GB RAM
Samsung 970 EVO Plus 2 TB
GeForce RTX 2080 8G AORUS XTREME
Mac Mini, i7, 16 GB, SSD 150 GB
Asus UN68U, i7, 32 GB, Samsung EVO 512 GB, VMWare ESXi
Raspberry Pi 3B+
Lenovo Yoga 920"
Happy Sysadmin Day!