Geeky FOSS company is looking for the following skills on priority. Opportunity to be associated with a HOT startup.
We are seeking a university educated, highly motivated Linux admins. (Minimum of 3 yrs experience. Max of 8 yrs.)
Good experience on tomcat is mandatory. Some experience with Amazon cloud (AWS) is desired. If you have experience with at least 30-40% of below requirements, we can help you learn the rest.
Location: Madhapur, Hyderabad.
Excellent compensation. Please refer anyone you know and I can promise that the work will be VERY exciting.
The candidate needs to be strong in the following areas:
* Strong ability to work independently and solve problems
* Strong ability to research solutions on the Internet
* Good communication skills
* Amazon EC2 (and related services)
* RedHat/CentOS Linux experience (Fedora fine as well)
* Network administration
* LAN / VLAN
* Firewall (iptables)
* SSH configuration & maintenance
* Volume administration / maintenance
These would be an added bonus
* Java web application installation, support, and deployment procedures
* Website High Availability
* Load balancers
* Clustering App servers
* Apache 2.x setup & support
* Apache Tomcat setup & support
* Subversion (SVN) setup & support
* MySQL or Postgresql (or Oracle) setup & support
* Memcached (or other in-memory application caching)
* Maintain Amazon EC2 linux server instances (CentOS)
* Create & setup new web application server instances for various environments (dev, test, production)
* Deploy new versions of application software to the various environments
* Patch and maintain all of the servers
* Maintain DNS entries (elastic IPs, domain names, sub-domains, switching in an emergency, etc...)
* Setup & monitor servers with monitoring software and alerts when specific thresholds are met
* Support developers with web based tools like: JIRA, Confluence, Subversion, Jenkins, etc...
* Continuously expand the high-availability server infrastructure using Amazon EC2 hosting features
* Explore database high availability with database administrators
* Assist with creating a disaster recovery plan
* Create disaster recover locations regionally around the U.S. using Amazon
* Regularly practice disaster recovery procedures
* LDAP, SSO
K. C. Ramakrishna
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