Do you know what Kumina means? The origin of our company name is found in Jamaica, the paradise island that amongst other things produced reggae singer Bob Marley. Music, dance and religion are important pillars in Jamaica's originally partially African culture.
Kumina is a form of ancestral worship. Jamaican supporters of Kumina firmly believe in the transfer of knowledge and wisdom of their ancestors. For our part, we are letting you profit from our knowledge in the form of professional documentation and expert advise to our customers.
Kumina believes in a transparent method of working. With proven, open source technology, such as the Debian Linux distribution and the Puppet configuration management infrastructure, we guarantee our services and the continuity and quality of your ICT platform.
We consider ourselves part of your team and help you look for a customised solution to your problem. Moreover, we will help you take into account future wishes and requirements as much as possible. We consider the most important pillars of our way of working to be flexibility and involvement with our customers, even after the implementation is complete.
Kumina's backbone is formed by enthusiastic technical engineers, who each have their own specialties. Owing to our expertise, flexibility and pragmatic attitude, we are your ideal ICT partner.Tim Stoop
Tim is responsible for all general and financial matters. He is very interested in automating recurring tasks, like deployment of software and quality control.Rutger Spiertz
Rutger is a systems administrator who focuses on the improvement of internal processes and by doing that he's takes a large part of the tactical maintenance under his control. Monitoring and trending are two things that's he's interested in at the moment, but he also spends a lot of time with automating repetitive tasks.Natasja Kranendonk
Natasja has a technical background working for telecommunication companies and is now being trained to become a system administrator matching Kumina standards.Adrian van Dongen
Adrian is a highly motivated ICT-specialist with a passion for technology and music. He is a system administrator who focuses on the improvement of internal processes and in particular orchestration, provisioning en process management.Liam Macgillavry
Liam is a system administrator with a background in commercial virtual hosting, datacenters and connectivity. He is being trained to the Kumina orchestration standards, and is primarily involved in the daily support and maintenance of the Kumina services.