I started a new job in september as a DevOps Engineer working with AWS technologies. The company offered me a decent salary considering I had no experience in this specific field. I feel confortable working in this company, as it offers benefits such as one remote day per week, flexible hours and casual dress code policy. Also, the atmosphere is really nice and everyone is helping each other, so I don't plan to leave any time soon.
However, six months later, I feel like I am worth more than at the beginning, as I learnt a lot about the technical subjects they hired me for, the fact that I successfully completed a project for a client by myself, helped an intern on some development tasks and achieved an AWS certification (the Architect Associate one for those who are familiar with it).
The company does annual meetings with each employee on February (so it will be six months after I started working there) and I think it could be a good time to mention the fact that I'm more qualified than on my first day, and that I feel like my salary is no more relevant to my qualifications.
But at the same time, I do not want to sound greedy by asking for a raise after only six months in the company.
So would it be okay for me to mention that or should I wait another year to bring it up?