"An IT professional who has earned the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA®) is able to perform the core system administration skills required in Red Hat Enterprise Linux environments. The credential is earned after successfully passing the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Exam (EX200)." RHCSA Certification Page at Redhat
Team Lead for teams managing multiple remote clusters in a managed services environment including all systems administration tasks, maintaining and tuning schedulers/resource managers, performance tuning, and system monitoring. Deployed multiple clusters at client sites ranging from single rack clusters to clusters utilizing hundreds of nodes. Deployed multiple clusters at client sites ranging from single rack clusters to clusters utilizing hundreds of nodes. (more…)
Responsible for maintaining a 336 node/8064 core HPC cluster using HP CMU. Development of cluster node images. Responsible for maintaining centralized installs for Perl, Python, R, and various NGS processing packages. (more…)
Responsible for maintaining an HPC cluster using HP CMU. Responsible for developing a desktop RHEL image for use with Parallels. Responsible for day to day tech support of Linux workstations. Developed and implemented an automated reporting package for tracking cluster storage usage.
Responsible for maintaining three heterogeneous clusters in a research environment using xCAT 2.x for node deployment and Platform LSF for scheduling. Developed multiple images for each cluster based on the needs of the research team. Responsible for maintaining cluster hardware and software infrastructure including storage, Infiniband, 10GB and 1GB Ethernet. Developed KPI reporting for upper management. (more…)
Responsible for automating deployment of patches and updates to over 1800 Debian appliances in the field using in house tools and scripts. Developed tools to update MySQL databases containing customer and appliance information. Member of a team responsible for developing monitoring solutions for in house backend infrastructure and appliances in the field as well as troubleshooting issues with the appliances ranging from network connectivity to software issues. (more…)
Member of a team responsible for setting worldwide standards for Linux clusters, servers and desktops for a multi-national oil and gas firm where all the solutions provided had to be completely automated. Personally responsible for developing custom initrds in order to integrate newer hardware into Rocks 4.3 clusters as well as testing hardware for inclusion in the cluster standard. (more…)
Responsible for deploying large and small Linux based clusters for academic and corporate clients using: NPACI Rocks (Centos 4.x -5.x/RHEL 4.x-5.x), Rocks+ (Centos 4.x-5.x/RHEL 4.x, 5.x), PlatformOCS (RHEL 4.x), and xCAT (Centos 4.2). Deployment included configuration of all hardware including any supported storage systems, networking components including InfiniBand, and all server hardware. (more…)