Meet Krishna Sriram, cover story of "Cosmo Life" April

With 17+ years of experience in system design, development, analysis, and implementation, Krishna is a wealth of information, which he now uses to expand the collective knowledge of IT and its many applications. 


Over the years, Krishna’s roles have spanned a variety of industries and enterprise types, including players in tech, energy, HR, logistics, and more. He began his career as a Software Developer in the early 2000s, using his command of multiple programming languages to empower users with new tools and capabilities. A few years later, he transitioned into roles focused on SQL database management and optimization. 


In recent years, Krishna continued to advance with positions as Senior Cloud Architect at  RiverRock Systems, and Principal Cloud Solutions Architect at EdgeSoft Corp, where he remains today. Krishna is proficient in a total of 11 programming languages, with specialties in TSQL, YAML, PowerShell, HTML, and CLI. 

We are proud to feature Krishna in our exclusive interview and cover story.


CL: Hi Krishna, how are you today?
KS: I am good, thank you…!

CL: Through your carreer, you’ve been a leader in the information technology field. We are impressed with your accomplishments! Among them, you’ve been setting up hybrid cloud environments and automating Cloud Infrastructure. Can you explain to our readers in simple words the importance of the automating Cloud solutions for the business?
KS: On the cloud, enterprises just pay only for the assets they use. There's no requirement for inactive foundation in light of the fact that erasing assets is a low-contact process. Consequently, it's not something similar for actual IT arrangements. As a matter of fact, you would require extra equipment to test or convey another element. Yet, to exacerbate the situation yet, you would need to hang tight for the sending and dispatching of the actual servers.

To find actual success, IT groups should use cloud robotization and organization as opposed to depend on physical work to perform even the most unremarkable assignments. In this manner, mechanization is a competitive edge that smoothes out your IT tasks. Consequently, this frees unused assets and ensures ideal use of basic ones.

CL: What is your opinion on the influence of Covid-19 on the digitalization of the society?
KS: The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted an unavoidable flood in the utilization of advanced advances because of the social separating standards and cross country lockdowns. Individuals and associations all around the world have needed to change in accordance with better approaches for work and life. 


An expansion in digitalization is driving firms and instructive foundations to move to telecommute (WFH). Blockchain innovation will become significant and will involve research on plan and guidelines. Gig laborers and the gig economy is probably going to increment in scale, bringing up issues of work allotment, cooperation, inspiration, and parts of work over-burden and presenteeism. Working environment checking and technostress issues will become unmistakable with an expansion in computerized presence. Online misrepresentation is probably going to develop, alongside research on overseeing security. The guideline of the web, a secret weapon, will be essential post-pandemic.

CL: Speaking of the digitalization of society, many people say that money will be digital, too. What is your opinion on the cryptocurrencies?
KS: Old ideas are precarious. They're not viewed as old ideas yet as essentially "the status quo." So as the world beginnings changing, individuals go after the apparatuses they've generally referred to and view new devices as patterns or trends.


For instance, one of the previous apparatuses underestimated is cash and the financial framework. How regularly do you consider where your cash comes from, who makes it, and how things may be unique? Take a stab at having a discussion about getting rid of our cash and somebody will unavoidably recommend a trade framework. That is the means by which restricted our creative mind is - and the way in which well public monetary forms have marked themselves.


Be that as it may, throughout the most recent 30 years, we've encountered an extreme change in how data is made and shared. As the scattering of information became decentralized, the brought together data power structure imploded - network TV, papers, distributing houses, and the mail center. The web came like an unrest, drastically democratizing data. Thus, today everybody has a platform, is a columnist, a movie producer, a photographic artist, a craftsman, or even an encyclopedist.

CL: Do you believe that one day cryptocurrencies will fully replace banks and cash?
KS: Many accept that we could supplant banking and money effectively with a more proficient computerized decentralized economy. Be that as it may, will it work out? Banking and legislatures hold the most power on the planet. It very well might be credulous to believe that they will hold on as crypto and blockchain supplant them. Charges should be paid, and the public authority needs its cut. Now, practically all world powers have thought about letting a computerized variant of their cash out of their national bank - the primary explanation being to head off Bitcoin and crypto from picking up an excessive amount of speed.

The new reality will in general resemble concentrated specialists will take on blockchain answers for stay away from the gamble of becoming terminated. Rather than a free self-administering perfect world, what's to come is coming to fruition to coordinate conventional monetary organizations and saves money with blockchain innovation. Be that as it may, numerous national banks are befuddled with respect to what they can offer of real value. All things considered, they are contradictory to the first reason of Bitcoin, which was to give a decentralized and private technique for executing.

CL: With the knowledge you acquired, were you thinking of creating the tech community?

KS: Yes, Ofcourse, I am working on multiple social media channels to share my knowledge and help others wherever possible at the same time, I tend to learn new technologies on daily basis with latest research across the world from many great minds.

CL: What is the best way for people can connect with you?
KS: People can connect with me via LinkedIn or Medium


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