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Linux /UNIX System Administrator

Avesta Computer Services

This is a Contract position in Piscataway Township, NJ posted December 28, 2019.

Job Title: Linux/UNIX Systems Administrator Location: Piscataway, NJ Type: Long term consulting Job Responsibilities and Skills: Experienced managing a very large-scale (5000 servers) SUSE/Red Hat Linux, Solaris infrastructure in a 24×7 high available environments in the Global UNIX support team.

Providing all day-to-day Level 2/3 dedicated production UNIX support to the Bank s business need including: Software installation and new build Writing Shell Scripts to automate system administration jobs Maintaining current patch levels Monitoring and troubleshooting hardware and software issues including VxVM, VCS, VxFS, LVM, DiskSuite, SSH, NIS, NFS, GFS, DNS TCP/IP, networking, sudoers, VMware, SRDF Implementing performance tuning and system monitoring Hardening system security according to compliance requirement Experienced in incident management calls to provide real time support to minimize the business impacts and providing real time support to business critical applications Investigating the root cause of the incidents with the vendors and engineering team to find out a permanent solution in the problem management calls Interfacing actively with the application team/DBA team and vendors Creating and Managing Userand Group Administration and Access Privilege Setting on Solaris, Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Configure Zonein both Exclusive IP and Shared IP Model Experience with Veritas products VCS, VxVM, VxFS Configure and maintain RAIDdevices Scripting experience using either Shell, PERL, or Python Some experience with storage EMC Powerpath, Clarion, VMAX, & SRDF Patch and package administration for installation of patches.

Perform package administration on Linux using rpm, yum and on Solaris using pkgadd
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