Senior UNIX System Administration

Cask   •  

Ogden, UT

Industry: Consulting


5 - 7 years

Posted 298 days ago

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DoD Top Secret (SCI eligible) security clearance required.

Version: Hewlett-Packard UNIX (HPUX) - Latest and previous two major versions.

Quals: 5 years of relevant HPUX System Administration (HPUX 11iv3) - Provide senior level support to Hewlett-Packard UNIX (HPUX) operating system - Provide support to other UNIX operating systems - Provide kernel configuration and tuning. - Provide file system management and configuration. - Provide performance tuning, analysis and benchmarking. - Provide support in shell scripting tasks. - Provide support for the communications interfaces between servers and the communications infrastructure, including bonding, static routes, tcpwrappers and iptables/nftables. - Provide support of communication protocols used between IBM equipment, HPUX systems, Linux systems, Hewlett-Packard systems, Web servers, various switches and routers, and the NIPRNET. - Provide support in the installation and configuration of cluster technologies - Provide support in the installation and configuration of shared file systems - Provide support in configuring and managing HPUX servers to support large databases and applications, to include kernel parameters - Provide support of virtualization techniques for HPUX operating systems. Maintenance and troubleshooting issues aligned with virtual technologies and the unique architectures involved in the virtual environments. - Support the following Cybersecurity tasks: - Security scans/remediation/compliance reporting - Vulnerability assessment/monitoring/reporting/tools - Incident response - Audit/inspection support - Directives/orders compliance - Access control - Provide the following Technical Administration tasks: - Install/configure/patch/upgrade assigned systems - System monitoring utilizing enterprise tools - Performance tuning/troubleshooting - Application support including application/web administration - Account management - Backup/recovery - Automation/scripting - Storage configuration (manage/allocate growth) - Monitoring (events, logs, system health) - Clustering
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