My name is Marius, I’m an IT professional and I live in the cloud. I am currently working at Lumagate AS as a Senior Consultant.
Email: marius dot msm at gmail dot com
Email: marius dot solbakken at lumagate dot com
Phone: +47 995 66 282
- Born in 1987
- Originally from Løten, now moved to Oslo
- Currently working at Lumagate AS as a Senior Consultant
- Bachelors degree in Informatics: networking and programing from the University of Oslo
- ITILv3 foundation
- MCITP – Enterprise administrator & MCSA 2012 & FIM & Office 365
- Transcript id “905154”
- Access code “mariusmellum”
I started my career by doing my apprenticeship at Hamar Katedralskole, before I was headhunted to Hedmark Fylkeskommune as an IT consultant. There i worked with server- and network management, architectural design, routine automation and programming web solutions.
In the autumn of 2010, I started my studies at the University of Oslo at the program Informatics : programming and networking.
June 2011 i started a one year contract at Microsoft Development Center Norway, where worked as a Support Engineer on the FAST product portifolio.
September the 3rd 2012 I started working for Microsoft as a consultant, focused on Identity and the Hybrid Cloud.
1st of March 2014 I started as a Senior Infrastructure Engineer at Steria Group, working primarly on Microsoft IAM.
1st of February 2015 I started as a Senior Consultant at Lumagate AS, working with Microsoft Identity and Access Management (MIM, ADFS, Azure AD etc.).
Things I’ve worked with and consider myself most skilled at
- Active Directory design, configuration and migration
- Azure AD and related technologies
- ADFS design and configuration
- Microsoft Identity Manager – design and configuration
- Office 365 and Exchange Hybrid environments – design, configuration and migration projects
Fun stuff that I have worked with earlier
- Hyper-V and System Center Virtual Machine Manager
- Developing PHP
- Debian Linux
- Network Infrastructure – architecture and configuration
- The LAMP combination
- XenServer 5.5 and 5.6 Infrastructure
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