Monthly Archives: January 2015

More nouns to know!


If I don’t have experience, with these, at least be able to define, explain relevance, use in a sentence…

  • Public Cloud concepts AWS (Amazon Web Services) or similar. “We started our Cloud solution with flat files on AWS”
  • Hypervisor technologies, such as VMware, Hyper-V, KVM, etc. ‘Hypervisor’ suggests the next logical level above a supervisor, but in usage it means a Virtual Machine Monitor. A Hypervisor can be an application running on a shrink-wrapped, commercial OS, or it could be VMware’s (and perhaps others’) Linux-derrived OSs that are built to host VMs and very little else.
  • Virtual switch configuration Preferred: learn this…
  • Networking Concepts & Protocols (Ethernet: Multi-host wire or series of wires with collision detection and retry after random delay. Good for packet oriented data.) (IPv4 “Internet Protocol version 4, 32 bit address space in common use on for TCP/IP. Addresses are given in the form 0 0 0 0 to 256 256 256 256. (IPv6 is larger addresses, 64 bits.
  • /Multicast/RIP/OSPF/BGP, WiFi).
  • Hands on experience to hack with networking equipment and topologies
  • Understanding and working knowledge of network management
  • Knowledge on Open vSwitch, OpenFlow Protocol, OpenStack
  • Test tools, test tool development
  • Experience on large-scale, distributed wired and wireless networks (Such as Aruba, Meraki, Ruckus etc.)
  • Agile software development and test experience
  • Clearly define test requirements, risks, and schedules by minimizing required associated program change requests <== Yes, understand issues
  • Build ongoing technical relationships within many of the engineering teams in Software, Hardware, and Virtualization, as well as Marketing, Sales and Support
  • Experience with Automated Deployment using Puppet, mCollective, and Hiera.
  • Linux kickstart provisioning systems such as Cobbler and Forman.
  • VMWare ESXi and vCenter.
  • REST API
  • Apache Webservers
  • Django web frameworks.
  • Infrastructure services such as LDAP, TNFTP, DNS, DHCP, NTP and SMTP.
  • Linux RPM repositories such as YUM and PULP.
  • Monitoring such as SNMP, Icinga (Nagios), Ganglia, and etc
  • Cloud Computing such as Amazon Web Services (AWS).
  • Content Delivery Networks (CDN) such as Akamai and Limelight. –
  • Load Balancers such as F5 and HAProxy
  • Database systems such as Oracle, MySQL, Postgres and Cassandra.
  • Atlassian Products such as Jira, Confluence, Fisheye, Green Hopper, Bamboo, Crucible, and Stash.

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