|Job Type||Full Time|
• Manage in-depth server audits and assessments to proactively identify risks in customer’s infrastructure, maintain and improve availability, performance and security.
• Provide advanced system administration, operational support and problem resolution for a large complex Unix/Linux computing environment, including both virtualized and physical servers.
• Use change management process.
• Review and evaluate virtual and physical server performance and capacity.
• Work with the different teams (development & Quality Analyst ) to resolve any web logic domain and environment related issue.
• Evaluate new updates for weblogic 10 and make recommendations to ensure compatibility and effectiveness
• Drive resolution and root cause analysis of the most business critical and complex incidents and involvement in multiplatform technical emergency response team.
• Forecast system demands and recommends upgrades, expansions and reconfigurations.
• Provide technical expertise in UNIX/Linux based enterprise solutions to internal and external parties
• Perform computing environment build-outs, site setup, user training, hardware/software installation, maintenance and support and documentation of operating procedures and processes.
• Participate in and be ready to build non-standard but effective solutions in order to override existing technical challenges.
• Troubleshoot hardware and software problems, takes appropriate corrective action and/or interact with IT staff or vendors in performing complex testing, support, server recovery, and troubleshooting functions.
Qualifications and Skills
• Bachelor’s / Master’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Management with 1-2 years of experience.
• Management of processes and debugging.
• Experience in performance optimization and capacity planning and management
• Proven expertise with experience in administration of Unix and Linux environments.
• Extensive knowledge of Unix/Linux operating systems, Unix shells and standard utilities, and common Unix/Linux security tools