About

Damian is a Principal Consultant for Innofactor; an evangelist, Blogger, Lecturer and Public Speaker; Husband and proud father of two beautiful girls.

My career has been extended, and enjoyable, with a finger in computers and toe in electronics. Over the years I have accepted many accolades, but my favourites have included been honoured to be recognised as a Microsoft MVP since 2011 under the disciplines of ‘Hyper-V’ and ‘Cloud and Datacenter’, while also been a Cisco Champion since 2014.

I am not the most prolific social media user, and freely admit a dislike to facebook (and feel very vindicated as a result of the ‘Cambridge Analytica’ revelations). I do a little tweeting under the alias @damian_flynn, and frequent Linked In regularly.

Biography

Over the last number of years, I have published some white papers and technical articles, a contributing author to Petri.com, hosting and participating in many webinars, and co-author of multiple Microsoft Cloud related books, and Official Courseware. However, my real passion is meeting and working with people, which I get to embrace as a regular presenter at many international and community events and conferences.

www.DamianFlynn.com

I am Currently focused on Cloud Technologies and the Hybrid Datacentre, Specialising in Azure Governance, and sustainable DevOps; Assisting organisations on Cloud optimised delivery of Legacy Apps and Microservices, leveraging containers and serverless when possible.

Passion and Pastime

When not working; I admit to having a passion for IoT, leveraging my background in PLC and embedded electronics, I have been certified in technologies from //Clipsal, Control 4, Iridium Mobile; and have even delivered some professional home automation solutions.

For the enthusiasts, I am currently invested in the Home Assistant project; and have previously contributed to projects including CodeCore Elve and Charmed Quark. My code is shared on Github!

If and when there is time to play, then the Model Planes, Helicopters and Drones are ready to make an appearance.