In other words they're too cheap to actually pay someone and they're
trying to see if they can get away with paying a part time salary to
get a full time employee for a critical role in their company. I'd
suggest staying really far away from what looks like a disaster. I
love the idea (I was hoping such a thing existed after I joined
tripit.com a few weeks back), but that's loads of private data being
sent to their servers and they're so committed to security and privacy
that they're hiring a part-time person to handle it.
On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 13:52, FRLinux <frlinux at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, this has been sent to me by a friend of a friend, so please
> don't get in touch with me about it.
>> getitkeepit.com is looking for a Web Infrastructure Engineer (part time).
>> General Skills Required:
> Amazon EC2, Centos Linux, My SQL, Web Security
> Web administration skills.
Setup of secure, statefull web load
> balancing and auto scaling using Amazon EC2 Elastic IPs and
> Apache/Tomcat application server tier
> Apache/HAProxy configuration
> Setup of MYSQL replication and/or clustering
> Firewall hardening
Tuning web tier
Setup Nagios Monitoring server to
> monitor all servers
>> General administration skills.
> Setup and maintenance of Centos Linux server Amazon AMIs
> Setup and mount of EC2 ELB storage volumes
> Setup and monitoring of mail servers
> Backups of mail and application data volumes
> Backups and Mirroring setup of MYSQL database volumes
>> Please forward CVs and questions to: jim.hannon at getitkeepit.com>> Cheers,
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