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My life at SBI


I joined State Bank of India on July 2020 and worked for 1 year and 2 months as Manager - IT Infrastructure Architect in Enterprise and Technology Architecture department in GITC, Navi Mumbai.

My role in SBI is technical, and it involves consulting, design, Architecture and reviewing of application and infrastructure.

Through out my tenure in SBI i worked on various short term projects. Among them setting up DevOps infrastructure for SBI is one.

It’s an ongoing project and we’re constantly finding ways to improve and make life easier for developers and Operations team across SBI.

Breakup of overall time that had spent in SBI.


What have I learned ?

Certificate of appreciation for delivering a talk on Kubernetes

My timeline in SBI

Why leaving job from State Bank of India

The decision for leaving the job at state bank of India is both personal and family. Some of the key points that influence the decisions are no WFH, no relocation/transfer of job, micro management, unnecessary and complicated process, poor decision making and low learning curve/Legacy technologies.

One of the important factor that any organisation should focus is equally changing the organisation culture when they modernise the technology stack. There are significant effort put on hiring technical experts, digital transformation, cloud strategy but very little on organisation culture.

To SBI (on request from SBI colleagues)

So whats next ?

So what am I doing next? It’s been a privilege and an adventure to work in SBI as Infrastructure Architect with so many amazing people. But I’m now excited about my new role as Sr Site Reliability Engineer at Sage Intacct, Bangalore.

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