Life as a salary figure in a spreadsheet can get a bit tedious, especially when it remains the same number for years! I decided to look for a new career. I found a job as a temperature figure in a home energy analysis system at a government agency specialising in energy innovation.
I started in a home hub (securely tested using the latest IoT techniques) and made my way to head office across a high speed 500 MBPS link. I was then modelled with lots of other energy related data on a powerful Dell blade using VMWare as part of a larger Dell chassis across an SSD SAN in a state of the art data centre. Later that night I was backed up by Veeam and stored on separate media where I met another piece of data (a sparky megawatt measurement) and I asked him out for a coffee if we get restored back onto the SAN.
Luckily enough, we were restored in a DR scenario and met for a coffee. We linked up again as the modelling process started again. We both felt secure on the network because Palo Alto defending the network periphery, Sophos was also protecting us and a recent Cyber Essentials certification gave us peace of mind to relax. The final modelling report was sent using Microsoft 365.
Perhaps another coffee tomorrow he asked, I replied, “Yes why not!”
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