Interview with Cocone Employee #3! Infrastructure Development: Mr. Tanizawa
※This article is machine translated.
Hello, this is Haru, a recruiting and public relations intern.
This article is the third in a series of interviews with Cocone employees!
There is a saying in the world, “, ” and while three is a good number of times or days, it is also apt to have some loose ends.
So, while getting back into the swing of things, I asked again about the thoughts and feelings of the employees working at Cocone. ……
Mr. Tanizawa, an infrastructure engineer, was interviewed this time~!
What kind of work do you do now?
The main task is to build and operate the servers on which Cocone’s services are running.
The department is responsible for a wide range of tasks from network design and operation to fault handling.
What are some of the challenges and rewards of your job?
I think the most rewarding part is the sense of accomplishment I get when I link the server I built with the application developer, or when I reflect something I created on the server.
On the other hand, the hardest part is when introducing a new system. It is necessary to consider everything from design to operation before implementation.
However, it is not only hard work, but I also feel a sense of enjoyment in the fact that I am gaining this kind of experience.
Mr. Tanizawa, why did you join Cocone?
In my previous job, I was mainly in charge of design and did not have much experience in operations, but I always wanted to expand my hands into operations to grow as an infrastructure engineer! I had always wanted to expand into operations in order to grow as an infrastructure engineer.
I joined Cocone because I thought that I could achieve this with Cocone, which does both design and operation in-house without outsourcing.
It has been about six months since I joined the company and I think it has been a great experience for me.
This goes back to what I said earlier about my reasons for joining the company, but I feel that I am becoming more and more capable in terms of operations.
I think the most important thing for my growth has been the experience of actually trying my hand at it myself.
Cocone values “sensibility.” What kind of “sensibility” do you think is important?
I think it is like a personality that each person has.
I often feel that the culture of mutual respect and consideration for each other is deeply rooted at Cocone, and I think this is because we value the “sensitivity” of each individual as stated in the “Cocone Calling. I think this is because they value the “sensitivity” of each individual, as stated in the “Cocone’s calling.
Finally, do you have a message for those who are currently considering joining the company?
Cocone is now beginning to work toward global expansion and the realization of a metaverse, and in this context, new technologies are required for infrastructure in addition to existing technologies.
There is a lot required of us, but it is also very rewarding and fun to be able to take on new challenges. If you want to work in such an environment, I highly recommend this company!
Mr. Tanizawa says he joined Cocone for further growth as an infrastructure engineer.
I was impressed by his stoic attitude, as he continued to search for what he lacked, and to develop his career with an eye to growing as an engineer, rather than thinking that joining a company was the end of his career.
I had been vaguely thinking that becoming a member of ” was the end of the line! I was surprised to find that I had been vaguely thinking that becoming a member of society was the end of the road. ……
In the next issue, which will be the fourth, we plan to interview a server engineer!