Solution Architect

My name is Bulama Yusuf. I have more than 5 years experience as a solution architect. Another way to put it is: I am a tech professional that actually understands business.

I’ve helped businesses transform by critically examining their needs and designing viable technical solutions that meet those needs.

I design and implement cloud solutions on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and AWS. If you are interested in engaging a solution architect then please get in touch.

Most Recent Projects

TB STARRFeb. 2020 – Sep. 2022

A platform for Tuberculosis screening, testing, analysis, and reporting.

  • Made communication fluid across technical & non-technical teams by conducting 3 stakeholder workshops in order to document needs and map them to technology.
  • Modernised the architecture into microservices on AWS which improved performance by 45%.

Agile, Project Mgt., AWS, Microservices, Docker, Android, iOS, NodeJS, MongoDB, JavaEE, Linux.


ZakatifyDec. 2018 – Feb. 2021

An innovative charitable-donations app with users in 39 countries.

  • Led the development of Zakatify with more than £51,000 in charitable donations by influencing business decisions and coordinating communication between Zakatify’s leadership & it’s key technical partners (PayPal & PayPal Giving Fund).

Agile Product Management, Communication, GCP, API, Docker, MySQL, Payments, Data Modelling.


The Carbon AlmanacOct. 2021 – Jul. 2022

An almanac about facts about our climate and the threats ahead.

  • Led a team of 4 people to build the core web infrastructure. Liaised with a community of 300 people across 90 countries to document requirements for different sub-projects.

Communication, Project Management, Linux Scripting, Web Server Management, Javascript.

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What it’s like working with Bulama

Emily talking about her recent experience working with Bulama in his role as a solution architect on TB STARR.

Company

Intellectual Apps UK Ltd. Cloud Solution Architect

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Courses

  • Basic Linux for Cloud Computing

    This goal of this course is to expose non-linux users to Linux. The course aims to give you the fundamentals in working with Linux. Though the word basic is in the name of the course, what is covers will give you up to 60% of all you need to know in using Linux day to day.

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