A few cool projects that I have been working on.


Tinkerbell is a flexible bare metal provisioning engine. Open-sourced by the folks @packethost, an Equinix company.


Tink-Wizard is a general-purpose web UI for Tinkerbell. It allows you to manage your hardware, template, and workflows from a single place.


DockerDoodle started as a fun side project, hence the name, is an open-source project built around the idea of managing Docker containers running on individual hosts.


It's always great to receive some feedback. And feels even better if it's positive. :)
Kamal Mangtani

Kamal Mangtani

Architect - Product Development

I have worked with Gaurav closely for more than a year. He is a very open minded person, always ready to learn new things and also share his knowledge with others. One thing I like the most about him is his positive attitude and eagerness to pick up new things. I strongly recommend him and would always prefer to work with him again in future.

Srikant Maruwada

Srikant Maruwada

Technical Architect

Gaurav is very dedicated and a good team player. He has good technical knowledge, especially in Docker and Kubernetes. He is a great trouble shooter.

Steve Leung

Steve Leung

AWS Certified Architect & Developer

Gaurav worked with myself as an outsourced developer. During this time I found his contributions added value and his technical capabilities to be of exceptional quality or ability, a clear stand out.
Gaurav's enthusiasm for new technologies and best practice was also re-energising. I would happily recommend Gaurav.


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