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Senior Systems Analyst – Linux & Unix

Saudi Arabia

Job ID SNS-0518

Posted On
(1535 days ago)

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  • Maintain UNIX/Linux Operating System    
  • Create and maintain environment for running batch jobs associated with daily batch cycle and batch reporting subsystem    
  • Work with LAN/Network personnel to ensure compatibility with LAN applications and peripheral hardware to provide end users with reliable and stable working environment
  • Support and maintain other vendor database software installed on the LAN servers Perform User Access Management
  • Experience supporting day-today administration functions including user account management and script creation
  • Apply Patches and Upgrades as necessary. Perform tasks for Backup and Recovery Management including High Availability
  • Install and configure storage arrays and allocate SAN and NAS storage to different OS platforms and/or administer ZFS storage pools, file system, snapshots and clones.
  • Troubleshoot Hardware Issues, Installation and testing of computer peripherals
  • Perform/Implement Security Monitoring and audit to identify any possible security intrusions or breaches.
  • Designing, installing and configuring new/existing Linux/Unix systems.
  • Ownership of planning and implement complex Linux/Unix changes and work packages.
  • Linux/Unix troubleshooting, remediation and fault-finding skills.
  • Offer expert knowledge within the Linux/Unix product range to internal/external client teams.
  • Design automation solutions using tools such as Ansible, Puppet, Scripts to address new requirements to remove manual effort and drive quality.
  • Manage and enhance existing automations to calibrate and improve ‘checks’ further
  • Deployment of packages using central management tools
  • Server builds, upgrades, deployments, security, compliance and patching processes
  • Producing and maintaining support documentation, including knowledge sharing.
  • Follow ITIL Framework for changes, incidents, problems, risks, capacity and performance of Linux/Unix systems.
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