Roni Schuetz, a Swiss and Israeli national, is an IT project manager, enterprise architect and software engineer. He works as software engineer with over 18 years of professional experience with scripting and object-oriented languages on multiple platforms. He has many years of in-depth experience in designing and implementing large-scale client/server, scalability tools and web-based systems with particular focus on high availability, scalability, and throughput. Roni is the founder and key contributor of various open source projects while the biggest success is shared cache, an open source distributed and replicated caching system and is contributing to multiple open source projects.
In 2010, Roni decided to join his current employer and to take a new challenging role as an Enterprise Architect. Currently he is mainly focusing on RESTful (ROA) and Service (SOA) Oriented Architectures, Enterprise Software / Architecture and RESTful Web Services in the transportation industry.
His photography hobby he began around 1996 with underwater photography. He could combine scuba diving and photography together which is an incredible experience. Actually it was his brother and his uncle who got the ball rolling. It did not take him long time until he was fascinated by it. Since April 2012 he switched from a semiprofessional compact camera models to DSLR cameras.