Hello stranger,
my name is Andrea Barberio, and this is my home. Welcome.

I work as Site Reliability Engineer at NVIDIA. In the previous 11 years I worked at Facebook and at Amazon AWS, where I focused on software development and reliability for products and infrastructure. Some of the areas I worked in are open source system firmware for OpenCompute, company-wide incident response, web infrastructure, DNS/DHCP and OS provisioning, datacenter automation, cluster lifecycle , network monitoring, and many others.

More about my work life in my résumé or on my LinkedIn page.

To get in touch with me, write me an email.

I’m also on Mastodon: @insomniac@mastodon.online.
My wildlife photos are on Instagram: https://instagram.com/gattografo.


If you are looking for Dublin Traceroute, you’ll find it here: https://dublin-traceroute.net . The Python bindings with visualization and statistic analysis are at https://github.com/insomniacslk/python-dublin-traceroute .

The Israel Institute of Technology had a few students working on dublin-traceroute for their M.Sc., see their work at https://github.com/CS236340/RocketFuel . Thanks to Itzik and his students!

Here are the slides of my talk Visualizing Multipath Networks with Dublin-Traceroute at MOCA 2016.

BitWarden setup with Tailscale and a Raspberry Pi

You can read about it here, Private BitWarden setup with bitwarden_rs and Tailscale

Public talks


Our work is cited in various places. Some of which I kept track of:

Assembly riddles

I’ve published my solutions to the fantastic [xchg rax,rax] book from xorpd. Find it at https://insomniacslk.github.io/xorpd-solutions/ .

Other projects

Some public projects I created:

And I also contribute to or maintain:

Some project I created for my Computer Forensics exams:

Other projects can be found on my github page and my bitbucket page

Technical reviews

I have helped with technical reviews of the following books and articles for O’Reilly:

I also host a mirror of PoC||GTFO