FreeBSD Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk FreeBSD projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk FreeBSD Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 8 FreeBSD projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk FreeBSD Jobs
Time needed to complete a FreeBSD project on oDesk.
Average FreeBSD Freelancer Feedback Score
FreeBSD oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.94.
I have more than 19 years of experience in the advertising industry, this includes graphics design, logos, web, ux/ui, 3D and packaging design. Adobe ACE (certified expert). Perfect knowledge: Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign. You may think my rate too high? It's not. While other contractors making money by wasting the clients time, I do the job fast and with excellent quality! UI/UX/Web: http://dribbble.com/ssh4 and http://iosology.com Old Works: http://krukka.ru Font design: http://www.paratype.com/pstore/fonts/Somaton.htm and http://www.paratype.com/pstore/fonts/DJ-parade.htm 3D modelling in Lightwave3D from old Amiga's years. Animation and video upscaling (SD -> HD) and remastering. Avisynth/x264 encoder. Photoshop layer effects: http://texteffects.iosology.com/ So I can do *any* kind of design work.
I am looking for projects that I can complete on a part-time basis. They can be either short term projects or long term projects. I can also provide ongoing consulting and administration if needed. I am experienced in Cisco Routing & Switching, MPLS, Security, Network infrastructure applications ( SNMP, Radius, DNS, DHCP , etc) Voip - including Asterisk, Call-Manager , Unity, FreePBX, Elastix. Server administration experience ( Linux, FreeBSD)
I have been in the telecommunications industry for over 13 years and have worked as a consultant to major Fortune 500 companies in the past for both business and technology needs. I have a vast knowledge of anything that relates to the internet, both hardware and software realms and have worked on a variety of projects ranging from the simple to large scale transition ones spanning months at a time. I understand a business' need to get projects done right the first time and have always exceeded my clients goals. If they're not happy, I'm not happy. I have a dual bachelors degree from the University of Colorado at Denver in Business Information Technologies and Business Management. My Masters in Business Administration is in International Business and most IT skills I have picked up on my own or through various courses either online or at the local community college. I look forward to working with you and completing any projects you may have, from the quick fix to an entire server farm rebuild. I am also a word class back end programmer familiar with MySQL, Bash, PHP, Perl, and Python. Please, no front end design work, I don't have an eye for creativity (unless it's something simple of course). I look forward to working with you and any projects you may have for me.
Self-motivated systems engineer with over 10 years of experience in Unix/Linux systems administration. Strong troubleshooting skills and business acumen. Proven track record of delivering creative and cost-effective solutions. Enjoy designing scalable and highly available services. I provide remote, high-quality Linux systems administration services. I have extensive experience with Amazon's EC2 platform and have helped dozens of clients migrate their web sites and applications into the cloud. Available for on-demand support as well as on-going maintenance and monitoring contracts.
My goal is providing only hight quality service. If you have any IT task - ask me, and I'll provide complex solution. Filed of my expierence covers, but not limited to: OS: varios Linux (Ubuntu/Debian/CentOS and other), FreeBSD SCM: Puppet Web servers: Apache, Nginx Database servers: Mysql and clones, Postgresql Monitoring: Nagios, Zabbix (preffered),Cacti Virtualization: Openvz, XEN and XenServer, KVM Cloud services: AWS, Rackspace Scripting: bash, python. Mail servers: postfix, dovecot, exim, sendmail and many others Networking: standard network services (DNS, DHCP, Samba, SVN/Git, http proxy, jabber, VPN, backups, monitoring etc), firewalls and routers (iptables, iproute, VLAN, bridging, bonding, BGP, OSPF), different hardware (Cisco, Extreme networks, mikrotik and many other) PS: This list isn't full, as long lists looks ugly :) Also I'm very interesting in development/DevOps task's, especially python development.
Hello, My goal is provide solutions to the clients. No matter how big or small your project. If you need to fix your problem by the professional engineer please do not hesitate to contact me. Please read below to get overview of my skills. Thank you. Over the last 13 years, I am working with the Unix systems FreeBSD, Solaris and Linux distributions including RedHat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Oracle Linux, Debian and Ubuntu. I have developed a wide range of solutions: - DNS servers using BIND. - High availability DHCP servers using ISC DHCP software. - Web servers using Apache and nginx (LAMP stack). - Reverse proxies using nginx and Squid. - Mail systems using Postfix MTA and Courier mail server. - High availability file servers using Samba/CTDB/DRBD, NFS, OpenAFS, OCFS2. - Single sign on authentication/authorization servers using Kerberos and OpenLDAP. - VPN servers using OpenVPN. - High availability MySQL servers. - Internet gateways/firewalls under Linux/FreeBSD using iptables/ipfw. - Application level load balancers using nginx. - Monitoring servers using Nagios, Icinga, Munin, MRTG, Graphite. - Backup servers using Bacula. Oracle Database administration under Solaris, Linux and Windows. Virtualization: - KVM / LXC / Xen / VirtualBox / AWS. - VM images customization and troubleshooting. - VM provisioning automation. - libvirt, libguestfs, cgroups. High availability Linux systems using Pacemaker/Corosync. Over 10 years of experience in programming for Linux: - C, Pascal - bash, POSIX shell, Perl, Python. - lex/yacc. - make, autotools. Source code management tools: - Git. - SVN. - CVS. Over 4 years of experience in the GE Smallword administration. Over 60 Smallworld servers. High availability datastores. Scripts development for complex text processing using Unix shell, sed and awk. I am Debian Project Contributor. Please take a look at http://email@example.com.
I am an expert in installation, tuning and optimization of the servers and PHP applications such as Wordpress, Magento, Opencart, Atlassian JIRA, etc. I’m usng NginX and Apache servers. I'm a fan of NginX and expertise in this server. My No. 1 goal is to meet my client’s needs, to do the task in time and of high quality. When I work on a new project, I like to communicate with a client, in such a way I can have a clear understanding of his/her vision of the project. The most frequent issue which I face is tuning of Linux servers optimization on which Wordpress, Magento or OpenCart are hosted. My goal is to achieve maximum productivity of the server and to adjust it so that the content will be delivered with high performance and to make the server handle high load of traffic. I use Memcached, Varnish, w3total cache plugin for WP to improve performance and optimize server. I’ve accomplished some projects the results of which are impressive: the load of one project was 5000 online unique users, and the total of requests in another project was 50000 for 5 minutes. After server optimization I perform load testing using apache benchmark and siege. These utilities give the chance to estimate traffic which the server will be able to handle. I use Amazon Web Services, DigitalOcean or Linode cloud providers and recommend them to my clients. Their servers are rather reliable and fast. I use Postfix or Exim in the bundle with Dovectot as an e-mail server. For Inbox control it is necessary to adjust DKIM and SPF for email. For secure connection - SSL certificates adjustment is essential. Technology Expertise: Operating Systems: Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Gentoo, CloudLinux, OpenBSD, NetBSD and FreeBSD Cloud Hosting: DigitalOcean, Linode, SoftLayer Web servers: NginX, Apache Database Servers: Mysql, Percona, MariaDB Mail Servers: Postfix, Exim, Dovecot Stack installation and optimization: Wordpress, Magento, Opencart, PHP and accelerated by Memcached and Varnish Skills in programming and scripting: - Bash Service description: - Linux server administration, problem-solving, performance and upgrades - Amazon Web Services (EC2, Route 53, Cloudfront, RDS, S3, SES) - Server Management for CentOS/Debian/FreeBSD servers on Web-projects based on PHPEmail Server - Nginx install, upgrades, troubleshooting and performance optimization - Apache install, upgrades, troubleshooting and performance optimization - PHP install, upgrades, performance troubleshooting and performance optimization - MySQL install, upgrades, performance troubleshooting and performance optimization - Website migration - LAMP / LEMP speed optimization - Magento speed optimization - Wordpress speed optimization - Joomla speed optimization - Drupal speed optimization - Varnish setup and tuning - Maintenance, configuration, white-listing, spf, dkim, high load delivery etc. - Google page speed, site speed and web server performance tuneup
Seeking opportunities in Perl oriented (Catalyst DBIC preferred) application development, shell and perl scripting, and BSD/Linux administration projects - to build sites and setup servers for your business or pleasure.In my mind, LAMP more often reads as LASP - Linux, Apache, (any|no)SQL, Perl - of course, with Catalyst, Template Toolkit and DBIx::Class/KiokuDB in pair with some RCS (git is preferred, but subversion, mercurial and others also possible). And of course, all can be integrated with AJAX libraries such as jQuery, Prototype, MooTools and other to create Web2.0 apptications.Great knowledge of regular expressions (regexp). Have real experience with MySql, Postgres, Oracle, CouchDB, LDAP, also worked with CPanel, Plesk and Ensim. And of course, have experience with Apache, SMTP (exim, postfix, sendmail), IMAP/POP (Cyrus, UW, Dovecot), firewalls (bsd/ipfw and linux/iptables), Samba and misc ftp and proxy solutions.I can work well as alone and as a team member.
I am an HPC (high performance computing) specialist ( keywords: "super computers" / "number crunching" ) working mostly with huge Linux systems and math related tasks. I am also a scientist specializing in linear algebra . I have somewhat outdated formal training in cryptography (and cryptography related math) but I am definitely not an expert in the field. But here I am looking for fixed price software reverse engineering jobs to keep my skill fresh. Reverse engineering of firmwares for any kind of devices and Molebox problems are welcome.