The Linux/Unix system administrator is part of a team of system administrators charged with maintaining, monitoring, and owning the Linux/Unix server and storage infrastructure for Client IT software development lab. The system administrator installs and configures latest software updates and security packages according to Client standards. This person documents and maintains processes for application installation and patching, performance improvement, availability of business server platforms, and troubleshooting technical issues. The system administrator proactively monitors all development infrastructure, and maintains support according to published support levels.Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in an Information Technology related discipline or equivalent experience.At least 3 years of experience in Linux/Unix system administration.In-depth knowledge of operating systems, hardening of servers, data center operations standards.
Experience with virtualized products (i.e., VMware, vCenter, vSphere)Experience maintaining and administering Suse Linux servers in a VMware environment.Experience maintaining and administering Sun Solaris servers in a corporate environment.Novel Certified Linux Administrator or similar certification preferred
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