Over the last 10 years, I have been working as technical support engineer/team leader/infrastructure architect for several large companies (hosting companies with more than 1000 of dedicated and several dozens of VPS servers, ecommerce application companies, small and large companies with different cloud setups from several to several hundreds of instances) My competency lies in planning, development, deployment and setup of new production environments, troubleshooting/support/improvement of existing production systems based on Linux/Unix. Have a lot of experience in automation/monitoring/backup of different distributed environments with LAMP stack and other applications, different clustering, scalability and high-availability techniques.
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I have 14 years of experience in software development and believe there is a direct connection between design and the ease of use and efficacy of software. If the fundamental design is good then enhancements are very often natural extensions of it. I view testing as integral to development since the programmer will always have singular insight in understanding how to test his or her own software. I like to exceed expectations and I know from experience that doing so requires the ability to anticipate as well as solve problems.
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Expert UNIX system administrator and network engineer. Got a problem? I can solve it! For more than 15 years I have been the I.T. backbone and support for many online companies. I use the most up to date standards for any project I am involved in. I work extremely quick and efficiently. If you have a problem let me help you solve it. OS: Linux - Expert, FreeBSD - Expert, AIX - Expert, HP-UX - Expert, Macintosh OS/X - Expert, Windows Server - Proficient Cloud services: AWS, Rackspace, OpSource, Linode Web servers: Apache, Nginx, Tomcat Database servers: Mysql, Postgresql Monitoring: Nagios, Monit, Munin, Cacti Scripting: bash, perl, shell Virtualization: OpenVZ, Xen, SolusVM Mail servers: Postfix, Exim, Sendmail, Dovecot Control panels: cPanel, Plesk, Direct Admin, Webmin/Virtualmin, ISPconfig, OpenPanel Other: standard network services (DNS, DHCP, LDAP, Samba, SVN/Git, http proxy, jabber, backups, monitoring etc), firewalls (iptables, ipfw, pf)
Since 2001, I have been dedicatedly working with Linux Operating Systems & Open Source. Services Provided ::- Deployment, Configuration, Security, Hardening, Monitoring, Performance Tuning, Troubleshooting of Linux Server Roles AWS – Amazon Web Services Migration of Servers Hosting Panels like WHM/CPanel, Plesk etc Asterisk Dialers, VOIP and Call Center Solutions Customization of Linux Kernel & Distro with Rebranding Faculty of Post-Graduate Degree in Computer Sciences. Firewalls & Gateways Linux HPC - High Preformance Clusters Remote Server Support & Troubleshooting L3/L4 Security Auditing of Servers & Websites Cloud & Virtualization Technical Writing VPN - Site-to-Site, Road-warrior Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing Kayako
LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/jmdots Summary I've worked in technical administration, technical support, customer service or leadership roles for all but a few months of my adult life. In this time, I climbed the ranks of a highly-modern, lightning-paced, large-scale, multi-OS supercomputing environment in Area B of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) and became an avid user of all things open source. The place which was my professional home of over six years is known as the “Air Force Research Laboratory DoD Supercomputing Resource Center” or "AFRL DSRC" for short. The AFRL DSRC environment is home to the #19 supercomputer on the June 2011 Top500 Supercomputer List, a mammoth computer for which I received training: Cray Inc.'s "Raptor" XE6. I enjoy excelling in the IT industry by working smart by doing my research, building wisdom and having fun. Background 10GbE, Access, Alfresco Share, Amanda, Apple HW, Appro HPC, Audacity, bash, CentOS, Clonezilla, CUPS, Cray HPC, DD-WRT, Dell HW, DokuWiki, DRBD, eHealth, Excel, Fedora, Firefox, Gentoo, GIMP, git, Google Apps Domains, HP HW, High Performance Computing (HPC), HTML, InfiniBand, Inkscape, iptables, ITILv3, Kerberos, Kickstart, KVM, LibreOffice, Linux, MacOS, MediaWiki, MySQL, Nagios, Net-SNMP, NFS, Nmap, Nvidia GPGPU, OFED, OpenLDAP (w/TLS), OpenSSH, Oracle HW, Outlook, OTRS (with ITSM), Panasas (PanFS), PBS Pro, PhpLDAPAdmin, PhpMyAdmin, PKI, PowerPoint, Python, QEMU, RAID, regex, RHEL, Rocks Cluster, RootCA, RSA tokens, Samba, SAN (FC, iSCSI, SAS), Scientific Linux, SGI HPC, SharePoint, SiCortex HPC, SketchUp, SLES, SNMPv3, Solaris, Spectrum, Sun Freeware, Sun HW, SuperMicro HW, SUSE, SVG, svn, SystemEdge, TCP Wrappers, tomcat, Ubuntu (Desktop & LTS), vim, VirtualBox, Visio, Visual Basic, VMware, WebDAV, Windows (Desktop & Server), Word, Zenmap, ZFS, ZRM for MySQL
For more than ten years I have worked extensively in the software development and hosting industries. I am an expert Linux and Unix system engineer, and can deploy and configure any software stack that is based on Linux for optimal content delivery. I excel at MySQL database design, optimization, and administration. I am a seasoned software developer and have extensive experience with many languages including Java, Python, PHP and Ruby. I also have significant experience with customizing, deploying, and adminstering open source web applications, application frameworks, and application servers. I have worked locally, overseas, and with colleagues and clients overseas via the internet. If you look at my work history here, you will note that i 'disappeared' in February 2011. Indeed I did disappear, I was in a very bad car accident in Bangkok, Thailand, where I was living at the time, and was nto able to get out of bed or use a phone or computer for roughly a month. I now reside in Austin, TX again full-time I do not disappear typically, my present and previous employers can confirm that if you are hesitant based on feedback from 2011.
I'm proficient in networking (Cisco - working on CCNA), operating systems (Linux, UNIX, Windows, MacOS and a few others) as well as Open Source PBX systems such as Asterisk, Trixbox, FreePBX, Elastix and PBXInAFlash. I have done extensive SQA (software testing) as well as scripting (bash) for administration of various servers. I can code in Python, PHP and some Java and Java Enterprise. I've worked extensively with Jenkins for build/deployment environments. I'm quite skilled with web application type servers, including Apache, Tomcat, JBoss, as well as various mail relays - Postfix and Sendmail. When it comes to security, I'm quite proficient at the command line with iptables as well as some open source type firewalls (Sonicwall). I am no stranger to packet analysis/sniffing a network with tools such as Wireshark, ettercap and nmap.