Kuma Arakawa is a software engineer, SRE, and technical advisor focusing on architecting how to build large-scale applications from both technical/development aspects and also from team, culture, and organizational aspects, by utilizing public clouds, especially using Google Cloud Platform and G Suite in application modernization point of view.
He is a very active Google Cloud Platform User Group (GCPUG, a group of from novices to professionals of Google Cloud Platform based in Japan) co-organizer/speaker based in Tokyo. He is also a speaker at international conferences, gave a talk about Kubernetes and the philosophy of how to tackle the difficulties of creating large-scale applications for both technically and organizationally. In his spare time, he loves to go traveling, programming, and photography.
- Technology Mentor for 48 for the Future/Garage48, Estonia
- Technical Expert Judge for Mission Billion Challenge: WURI West Africa Prize, World Bank