About Me

phone: +37064752717
email: aleksandr@reznik.lt

Now I work in several areas:

IT: Graduated master of Computer Science and Math in 2000 (Vilnius University).
Working as IT trainer since 2002 (specializing on Microsoft Server System, Active Directory, MS Exchange, and information security vendor independent trainings (Comptia, SCP, EC-Council, CISSP)).
I mostly work as a freelancer – provide server systems support, participate in informational security projects (vulnerability assessment and penetration testing (PCI DSS)).

Since 2015 I am working as Senior Solutions Architect in global IT outsourcing company.

My main areas of expertise are architecture and implementation of Microsoft technologies, Cloud, Identity management solutions, IT Security and IT audit areas. I am experienced in working with the large customers (up to 300K employees) in the segments of Transport, Airports, Energetics. Since 2018 I work within projects in Azure cloud (landing zone Architecture, creation of customer-specific PoC, custom scripting).

TOGAF certified sinece 2019.

I have been a photography enthusiast since 1990. In 2009 opened my photography school. Main area of interests in photo – panoramic photography. I am member of International VR Photography Association (IVRPA).
I occasionally do public speaking in photography conferences:

2012 Artcamp.lv – Introduction to panoramic photography,

2013 IPPC in Selfoss, Iceland.Smart gigapixels

2014 IPPC in Las Vegas, USA.  – Advanced Image Editing for Panoramic Photography

2018 IVRPA Conference in Tokyo:


I always looking for new projects (both in IT and photography areas) – so feel free to contact me if you see some collaboration opportunities.

If you are interested in photography trainings – write me at aleksandr@reznik.lt – I do some trainings via Internet also.


2 Responses to About Me

  1. Absolutely great panorama from the Eiffel Tower in Vegas!!

    My best wishes,
    Gregory Arbit

  2. Julian PG says:

    Great panorama from the top of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, Italy. Can’t imagine the work it took to get up there, but it looks fantastic!

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