Linux/Unix system admin looking for job - BSD

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  1. Linux/Unix system admin looking for job

    Hello,
    ABOUT ME:

    EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

    Operating Systems:
    .. FreeBSD
    .. RHEL
    .. Suse, SLES 9/10
    .. CentOS
    .. Fedora
    .. Ubuntu
    .. Debian
    .. Microsoft Windows 98/xp/2000/2003/NT

    Software and Networking:
    .. Apache HTTP/HTTPS servers (versions 1.3.x/2.x )
    .. Mail (Sendmail, Postfix, Amavisd-new, ClamAV, Spamassassin, Courier IMAP)
    .. MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sybase (backup, maintenance, tuning, replication)
    .. Monitoring (MRTG, Zabbix, Munin)
    .. Samba, NFS
    .. NTP, ntpdate
    .. Firewall (iptables, ipfw, ipfilter, shorewall)
    .. LDAP (OpenLDAP)
    .. Backup (Rsnapshot, Amanda)
    .. Virtualisation (Qemu, Vmware, Xen)
    .. High Availability (Hearbeat, load balancing)
    .. TCP/IP, UDP, ICMP, DHCP, SNMP, NAT, VPN
    .. Perl, bash scripting

    Working experience:
    .. Administrated and configured more then 50 linux/unix servers.
    .. Managing of the mail service using Sendmail and Postfix (virtual domains,
    MySQL, Antispam, Antivirus, SMTP authentication SASL). More then 5000
    mailusers.
    .. Managing, using Postfix and LDAP (Antispam, Antivirus, OpenLDAP, SMTP
    authentication SASL). More the 10 000 mailusers.
    .. Tuning, maintained huge MySQL databases.
    .. Apache (1.3.x / 2.x) tuning. Strong security experience
    .. Implemented Rsnapshot, Amanda backup system.
    .. Central monitoring system (Zabbix).
    .. Software/hardware testing.
    .. High Availability servers setup using Hearbeat.
    .. Load balancing.

    WORK HISTORY:
    February 2002 - July 2003
    System administration of UNIX Internet servers. Setup and support mail
    server with Sendmail and Postfix MTA (virtual domains, MySQL, Antispam,
    Antivirus, SMTP+Auth) more then 5000 mailusers, Apache, DNS(Bind), FTP,
    Samba. LAN/WAN security, VPN. Firewall tuning (shorewall, iptables).

    Juny 2003 - February 2005
    Setup and support mail servers with Postfix MTA and LDAP (Spamassassin,
    ClamAV, OpenLDAP, SMTP auth). More the 10 000 mailusers.
    Huge MySQL database tuning, support. High raffic Apache web servers tuning.
    Network Security Auditing. Monitoring system (Munin).

    February 2005 - June 2006
    Network management (packet analize, logs). Maintenance of security policies
    throughout the network. Design and implementation of a daily backup plan
    (rsnapshot). Sybase and PostgreSQL deployment/maintainence. Shell scripting
    (SED,AWK).

    June 2006 - August 2008
    Responsible for network wide securit. Installed and maintained several load
    balancers. Wifi station and AP security. IBM Blade center virtualisation
    (Qemu, Vmware, Xen). Several DNS, LDAP, SMTP, SMTP-backup, POP3, Apache,
    High Availability (Hearbeat) servers setup, maintenance. Central monitoring
    system (Zabbix).

    CERTIFICATE:
    1. Novell Certified Linux Professional 10
    2. Linux technical specialist

    EDUCATION:
    1.Informatics Bachelor's degree.

    Telecommute!
    mail: foreverterran@gmail.com




  2. Re: Linux/Unix system admin looking for job

    On Sun, 14 Sep 2008 18:10:35 +0300,
    foreverterran wrote:
    > Hello,
    > ABOUT ME:
    >
    > EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:


    . Usenet: none

    Find a group with ``jobs'' in the name, or whatever the equivalent is in
    the language(s) of the country/ies you're looking at working in.


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