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Mountain View, California USA Thank you for considering my resume. I am seeking a position with build engineer responsibilities for building, deploying, supporting, and tracking hardware and software builds. BM C Sof twar e ► Sunnyvale, CA USA Sr. Systems Administrator / Network Engineer ► 12 . 2 0 0 2 – 4.2005
I manage the BMC engineering build lab, where I provide level 2 system/network support to business management, network, and IT security systems developers in addition to build engineering support and IT project management. I’ve been with my group for seven years, two major merges/acquisitions, and several enterprise-wide IT projects. My role is extremely diverse, and my job crosses many disciplines, educations, and technologies

csanders@jodicas.com 650.625.0773

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Build lab manager: Build, manage, and support engineering build-lab servers, development tools, disaster recovery, and deployment systems. Design and build content services systems, implement migrations and upgrades. Network topology architect: responsible for optimal, reliable build lab network environment integrity, efficient cross-platform operation, and minimal impact to developer productivity. Designed BMC’s Engineering LAN, planned/implemented consolidation of seven legacy labs into one facility, and implemented extensive upgrade plan to support layer 2 and 3 delivery requirements (VLAN, ACL). Network engineer: Troubleshooting and root-cause analysis of network performance issues. Network equipment and infrastructural hardware/software configuration. Proactive network and system performance monitoring and metrics gathering using MRTG, BigBrother, SNMP, and other tools. Compliance auditor: Enforce and maintain license schemas, OS updates and revisions, and network security. Troubleshoot license-check issues on compilers, build systems, and IBM/Rational Purify systems. System Administrator: Active UNIX and Windows system maintenance, corporate network backups. Extensive scripting in Perl and UNIX shell languages. Project Manager: responsible for the timely execution, delivery, and maintenance of highimpact, cross-functional deliverables, including: enterprise IP address redeployment for postacquisition move and engineering Windows NT 4.0-to-Windows 200 migration

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Software Highlights
• Microsoft Windows up to and including Windows XP; Windows Enterprise Server Senior-level administration of Sun Microsystems Solaris, Solaris Management Console; IBM AIX 5.3; HP-UX11i; Linux Apache Server deployment and management Oracle 8i database and client deployment WildPackets EtherPeek; Sniffer Pro HP-UX Softbench, SUN One Studio 8, Visual Age Java PERL, ksh, csh, tcsh, bash

Hardware Highlights
• • • • LocalDirector model 416, 11501 Cisco routers: 2500, 2600, 3600; Cisco switches: 1900, 2924, 2950, 3550 3Com switches 3200 series SUN 3300 RAID Sun Microsystems hardware, PC-based systems Softbench, SUN Workshop 5, Sun One 8, GNU, JDK, SDK License Servers, Installshield, Visual Age

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Pe re g r ine Sys te m s / Re m e d y C o rp. ► Mountain View, CA USA
Sr. Syste ms Admi nistra to r / N e tw or k Engine e r ► 1 2 . 1 9 9 7 – 05.2001

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Continued management of engineering lab and build systems during transition periods. Key planning and deployment during transition from Remedy to Peregrine and from Peregrine to BMC, including email conversions, network redesign, and the like. Daily management of engineering labs network. Configuration, deployment, and troubleshooting of production servers, including NIS, LANDesk, WebSphere, Apache, Tomcat web servers Predetermined hardware configuration, configured, and deployed all server systems Configured and supported 3COM / Cisco routers and switches Design and configured customer-simulation Remedy server, client and web applications network environments to include WAN, DMZ, firewall and LAN serving a mixture of Operating Systems

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Software Highlights

Hardware Highlights

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Sun Microsystems Solaris, IBM AIX, HP-UX, IRIX, and Linux (RH, SUSE, FreeBSD

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Softbench, SUN Workshop 5, Sun One 8, GNU, JDK, SDK License Servers, Installshield, Visual Age

C isco Sys te m s ► San Jose, CA USA Field Engineer ► 0 4 . 1 9 9 5 – 1 2 . 2 0 0 7
• • On-site troubleshooting and root cause analysis of hardware and application issues for 250+ customers. Managed imaging and deployment of new systems Administration and maintenance of software/hardware engineering development servers. Received Toshiba repair technician certification

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Un ited State s Air Fo r ce ► Travis AFB, CA Communications Computer Systems Control Specialist ► 02.1995 – 12.1998

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Designed and implemented analog and digital data communications network over computers, microwave, and radio communication devices Supported Novell/IPX-based network hosts Installed small-office network cable infrastructure Setup mobile secure digital and analog communication center for satellites and command stations.

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University of North Florida, Jacksonville: B.A. Communications University of Florida, Location: A.A. Major Post-Bach Work: math, Java programming, PERL programming, ksh, CCNP (routing, multilayer switching, CIT courses at Foothill College)

Self-employed: Own and operate Jodicas Network Consulting, a consulting business that specializes in analyzing and implementing home and small-business networks Built 6-9 watt transmitter and Di-pole antenna for community radio station Member Toastmasters International

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References available upon request.