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Infrastructure (Linux administration) management Client Interface Role Good Knowledge on Configuring H/W in Linux environment on

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Moderate Database Knowledge Good exposure to Clustering and Networking Good documentation skills Excellent written and communication skills. Ability to work independently and with a team. Can learn and implement new technologies quickly and effectively 3 5 Years of relevant experience. Responsible for Linux Platform and applications Responsible for managing multiple RHEL/Centos/Fedora/Ubuntu Installation & configuring of test & production servers including clusters Sound knowledge of RedHat Cluster, DRBD, Shell Scripting In depth knowledge of kernel patching and compilation Expertise in system hardening Experience in forensic procedure on compromised systems In depth experience in filesystem internals Experience in building kickstart setup for automated installation Exposure to software load balancers Expert in IPtables firewall Experience in configuring Spamassissin and qscan Strong in system fine tuning and optimization Strong in ISCSI & NFS Monitoring services through the use of monitoring tools for vital system statistics . Should have experience in installing and configuring Nagios/Zabbix/OpenNms/Bigbrother Experience in collaborative troubleshooting by terminal session sharing Adequate Knowledge of Patching and resolving the security based problems.

VM ware and remote server support is an added advantage. Good Understanding of trouble shooting & Server based Commands General Knowledge of Storage. Exposure to troubleshooting and config management of min 4 of the following .Knowledge of Citrix. Experience in handling customer base environment of more than 50 servers will be essential. Networking and backup devices Experience on the following layered products: BIND with views setup PHP Tomcat with IIS and Apache integration TCP/IP Apache & FTP vsftpd Strong concepts of TCP / IP Wrappers In depth Knowledge & Experience of managing complex tasks like : File / Directory Permissions Selinux Logical Volume Manager OS & layered product Installation Patch Management Planning & Installation Should have experience in building YUM servers Managing backup in products like EMC/ Symantec Networker storage management. Trouble shooting server based problems with root cause analysis. Xen.

Ø Working knowledge on Sniffer tools like Wireshark & Ethereal. VACL . Cisco Works.OSPF and BGP and their troubleshooting Understanding of MPLS and its functionality will be an added advantage. Configuration of EIGRP.technologies: MySQL with Master/Slave setup PostgreSQL Qmail/ Sendmail/ Postfix /ClamAV Xen/ Vmware Control Panel Plesk/ Cpanel/ Dotnet Panel CVS SVN Strong hold on Basics (Add on Advantage) ______________________________________________________________________________ ____ Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Good communication skills (both Verbal and Written) Understanding of TCP / IP & OSI Layers Understanding of Routing & Routed protocols Hands on experience on Routing and Switching. CA tools eHealth & Spectrum Ø Checkpoint & ASA Firewall Administration and implementation of contexts.HSRP / VRRP / GLBP IPSec and GRE / DMVPN Over IPSec on Routers and Firewall . Solarwinds. Syslog Ø Experience on Network Monitoring tools like PRTG. FLSM. A CL & NAT Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø LAN /WAN Topologies & Technologies Subnetting. Route Maps & PBRs implementation L2 / L3 VLAN and Inter VLAN Routing VTP. traffic ana lyzer tools like Netflow. PVSTP. STP. MST and their functionality High Availability and Load Balancing . VLSM & Supernetting TACACs and Radius implementation ACL.

Mo st small companies want to have a mail service and a file sharing service and af ter the flood of worms specifically targeted towards Windows NT and 2000. uniq. sed. Learn what a ip address is. Both of these softwares appear to be q uite complicated. what is the differ ence between a mbox and maildir format and other intricacies of the email system .Ø IPS/IDS implementation and configuration Load Linux on your box . that is the way to go. postfix and apache . sort. if you can make Debian work on your har dware. Learn the log files that each daemon creates and how to read them Learn to configure samba and postfix. remove. ethereal and nmap. tr and other small Linux she ll utils Write your own backup script Learn how to use rsync. Use the postfix that you have configured to play around and see how different parts function. Learn how to use the vim or the emacs editor Most of the PCs today live in a network. have s tarted to look at Linux for their needs Learn how the email is actually delivered to a does not matter which distribution you use.specifically how to setup virtual hosts. reconfigure and locate the packages needed by your distribution. This page has a list of email standards that you might find usef ul to read Learn to use tcpdump. what a gateway is and what a subnet is. Having a mental image of how the traffic flows in a network helps when you are trying to solve a network problem Learn to write bash shell scripts Learn how to use the awk. Learn to configure Apache . you should be able to install. cut. Another plus point of knowing them well is that you will find it easier to find freelance work. My per sonal recommendation is Ubuntu. However. Learn to troubleshoot samba. what th e core options in Apache are and how modules are added into Apache. but come with very extensive documentation. Diff erences between different Linux distribution is even less than you think. Learn the package management of the distribution of your choice. By this I m ean. ssh You should have read (or at the least have glanced through) all the guides a nd how-tos available at tldp. Learn to read the syslog file Learn what a daemon is and which daemons provide what services.