[SVLUG-Jobs] Systems Administrator, Shutterfly, Redwood City

Rick Moen rick at linuxmafia.com
Fri Apr 12 23:28:57 PDT 2013


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http://www.shutterfly.com/about/positions.jsp?nl=1&jvi=oRE6Wfwh,Job&jvs=IndeedSponsored&jvk=Job


Systems Administrator / Sr Systems Administrator
Engineering | Shutterfly - Redwood City, CA	

Provide operational, administrative and project support for an
enterprise storage environment that includes, but is not limited to:
enterprise storage arrays, synchronous/asynchronous data replication,
fiber channel switches, Network Attached Storage (NAS), Direct Attached
Storage, Object Storage. This is a large enterprise (>70PB) and quickly
growing
Collaborate with peers in the evaluation, testing, planning, design, and
implementation of future storage systems
Troubleshoot storage-related reliability, availability, and performance
issues
Work directly with business customers to identify requirements and
engineer technical solutions to satisfy those requirements
Lead and manage projects
Participate in Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) analysis
Build tools and monitors
Help train, support, and mentor storage administrators
 
Requirements:

Experience working in a Unix-based production environment
Perl, Shell, Python or some combination thereof (Let's Automate!)
open-source experience preferred customization against enterprise
software a plus
Direct experience managing and performing detailed capacity planning for
large complex websites
Can effectively troubleshoot under pressure
Can make any cross functional project succeed with dogged determinism
Some Advanced storage and SAN experience – FC, SCSI, NFS, FCIP,HTTP
a plus
A self starter and highly motivated individual is required. Looking for
someone that wants continual improvement
Token list of applications/protocols (or similar) you should have more
than a clue about some of the following: Apache, Bind, Nagios, Cacti,
ZFS, Bonnie, iozone, SIO, Squid, SMTP, memcached  ok the list goes
on, but you get the point




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