Redis Job Cost Overview
Typical total cost of oDesk Redis projects based on completed and fixed-price jobs.
oDesk Redis Jobs Completed Quarterly
On average, 28 Redis projects are completed every quarter on oDesk.
Time to Complete oDesk Redis Jobs
Time needed to complete a Redis project on oDesk.
Average Redis Freelancer Feedback Score
Redis oDesk freelancers typically receive a client rating of 4.71.
Over the last 10 years, I have been working as technical support engineer/team leader/infrastructure architect for the different companies with on-premise/cloud hosting. My competency lies in planning, development, deployment and setup of the environments from scratch, troubleshooting/support/improvement of existing production systems based on Linux/Unix with the focus on automation and high availability. 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. Operating systems: Debian/Ubuntu, Redhat(Fedora, RHEL, Centos), Suse, AmazonLinux Level of skill with Unix/Linux: RHCE MailServers: qmail, postfix, sendmail etc Databases: Postgresql, Oracle, Mysql, noSQL databases (Mongodb, Cassandra, Couchbase, Redis etc) Clustering: RHCS, terracotta, heartbeat, pacemaker, distributed balanced setups Programming, scripting languages: Bash, PL/SQL, Ruby Clouds: AWS/Tata/RackSpace/CloudStack/Openstack/Azure Automation: Chef/Puppet, RightScale, AWS Opsworks,CloudFormation etc Continuous integration/deployment: Docker, Atlassian tools, Jenkins, SVN/Git, Codebase etc. Loadbalancers/proxies: Clouds LBs, Haproxy, mod_jk, Squid, Apache, Nginx Application servers: tomcat, jetty, jboss, Apache, Nginx, different PHP-based servers Monitoring: Nagios, Zabbix, Newrelic, OMD etc English: fluent Availability: up to 30hrs/week
Murshed A. Agency Contractor
For the last 14 years I have been pushing the boundaries of the internet as a front-end developer, product manager, back-end coder, system architect, and leader. I have been a part of startups, worked as a freelencer, and built my own ventures. These days I enjoy working with Ruby, building sites and apps that make a positive difference in the world, and contributing to open source projects. I've taken a number of apps to the cloud and am not afraid to learn new skills, and tools. I like blogging about the adventures: http://blog.barrettgriffith.com I am a good "Hired Gun" for projects of any size.
Patrick Mazzotta Agency Contractor
Over the last 5 years, I have developed a wide range of websites using HMTL, DHTML, PHP, and MySQL including sites for startup companies and small businesses. My core competency lies in complete end-end management of a new website development project, and I am seeking opportunities to build websites from the ground up for you or your business. I also have some experience in the following areas: SQL, Ajax, OOP, and software design and testing. Why is this good? * Includes a short statement summarizing the types of jobs that you've completed and the ones that interest you * Includes some specifics about your skills so employers can search for those keywords * Will help employers decide if they are interested in inviting you to an interview
I'm a full stack web developer specialized mainly in web application development. I can handle all aspects of the web application creation process. I especially enjoy Ruby language, hacking things with jQuery and I'm still learning how to perfectly configure and squeeze maximum performance from a linux server serving Ruby apps.