My Resume

Keith G Savage

keith.savage@2256north.net

Objective

Seeking position as a senior Linux administrator

Skills

 

  • Linux administration Red Hat Ubuntu Centos Fedora arch RHCT
  • Unix administration
  • Windows administration 2000 2003
  • Apache Web Server MYSQL PHP (LAMP)
  • DNS (BIND)
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 installation and manage
  • NIS, NFS, Active Directory, LDAP, and Samba
  • Bash scripting
  • Leadership and Team building
  • Trouble shooting
  • Disaster recovery
  • Business continuity planning
  • security planning
  • Project Management
  • Data Center and Server deployment
  • Written and verbal communication
  • Vmware Vsphere installation configuration and Management

 

 

Education

 

  • University of Phoenix (2008) B.S. Information Technology
  • Computer Learning Centers inc. ASSOC. Computer Systems Networking and Technology
  • Global Knowledge Network Management essentials (2002)
  • Global Knowledge Microsoft SQL server Administration (2008)
  • Global Knowledge Red Hat Certified Technician 605009799723807

Experience and significant achievements.

Rackspace Hosting San Antonio, TX

Linux Systems Administrator II May 2011

  • Provide Technical support of Linux  Apache MySQL
  • RHCS configuration MySQL Apache NFS 

Temple University Philadelphia, PA

Lead Server and Security Administrator 2005- May 2011

  • Designed and implemented the upgrade of the Libraries Data Center
  • Migrated from discrete servers to a more flexible, scalable, virtualized infrastructure using VMware(tm) ESX
  • Deployed Open Source operating system to replace aging proprietary systems and cut cost
  • manage disaster recovery
  • coordinate network management task with network engineers (DNS and Host configuration)
  • Drafted and implemented security policy

 

Northrop Grumman, California Microwave

Integration Technician 2000 – 2005

  • Responsible for the integration, troubleshooting and repair of UNIX based, radar,communication and imagery systems.
  • Successfully completed integration of the United States Army’s Airborne Reconnaissance Low M6.
  • Ethernet Upgrade of M5’s 1553 Bus network.
  • Firmware scripting

 

 

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