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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
Who we are We are an innovation company in Detroit that tackles life's greatest challenges and develop products that reach millions every month. We have no debt, no investors and hire the best and brightest from all over the world. Our HQ is in Detroit, but we also have workers all across the globe. We spend a lot of time and effort to create documentation and research, and in doing so we have amassed terabytes of data that is housed locally and in the cloud. Architecture We currently have 3 VMware ESXi servers running primarilly Windows Server 2012 VMs. We have a freeNAS box filled with SSDs acting as our VM shared storage, and another freeNAS box for our business storage (about 50 TB of space) and a third freeNAS box that is our backup target and archive server with about 100 TB usable of space. All ESXi servers are connected to 10 gbit Netgear ethernet switches (M7100s & M7300s) in a stack with clients connecting to client switches (Netgear M5300's in a stack). The M7300's handle our vlan routing. We have a VLAN for servers (management), Workstations, Phones, and Cameras. We currently have about 40 workstations in Detroit that are a mixture of Windows and Mac. We have a Windows Server 2012 VM that is connected to our business storage via iSCSI connection to serve our files to our users. The Vision We love creating new products, not spending all our time maintaining our IT infrastructure. We want a setup that is low maintenance, easy, "it just works" with reporting to alert us of problems. The more redundant, the better. Current Challenges One of our Mac users reported an error 53 when copying files from one folder to another on the file server DFS errors on the 2012 box (we are not using DFS) iSCSI errors in event log on 2012 box We haven't updated freeNAS in a while Requirements Audit what we have Where are the errors coming from? How can we fix them? What stands out? Is there a better way? What is the health of our storage? How do we handle updates for freeNAS? Summary We're looking for experts in freeNAS, VMware and Windows/Mac to basically get our systems running the right way so our data is secure and protected and available and to treat the environment as their own.
Skills: FreeBSD Computer Networking Microsoft Windows Server
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We would like consulting assistance too: 1) Build out a base image with a standard packages of free and/or paid plug ins. 2) Establishing policy based firewall, managing exceptions and zones. 3) Setting up Antivirus Filtering 4) HTTPS deep-packet inspection using something like Squid Proxy 5) Fail-over with dual ISP 6) Managing VoIP traffic in conjunctions with fail-overs 7) OpenVPN for remote user access 8) managing multiple routers centrally 9) establishing a centralized patching and backup regime for the router's firmware 10) IPS/IDS (Snort) 11) Rebranding the router as E-N Computers 12) Reediness for IP v6 To be successfully in the engagement you will need to be able too: 1) Be available speaking English by phone or e-mail during business hours (8 AM - 5PM) Eastern Time USA 2) Be a true expert in Routing and IP Networks as well as PFSense and related topics such as Squid and FreeBSD 3) Be able to work with Cisco Certified engineers and train them on PFSense You will be working directly with our busy Network Engineers, several of whom are CCNP or CCNA.
Skills: FreeBSD Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Firewall OpenVPN
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Hello, We’re looking for an expert server administrator to help us manage through peak load issues we’re currently experiencing. We run on a standard LAMP stack now. We drive a tremendous amount of traffic from advertising and will be moving to a load-balanced system soon; however, for the short-term, we need someone to help us maintain what we have. Our current server admin is not available on Saturdays, which is peak traffic time for us, so you’ll mainly be watching our server during times of peak load on Saturdays, and as needed on other days, and working to minimize down time. The ideal candidate will have experience trouble shooting server issues. Please include a short history of your past server experience and tell us why you would be the right person for THIS job. You must be extremely good at what you done, having been exposed to a number of server admin situations and challenges that you’ve worked through over the years. You must be able to keep the server up and running at all times to insure that our sites are not down for more than 30 seconds. A few requirements: 1) Please include the command to restart a frozen server in your proposal. 2) You must be available to talk via telephone. 3) You must be available to chat via Skype. 4) You must be on Eastern or Central time zone in the U.S. 5) Ability to work on Saturdays between 6am and 2pm ET is a must as our current server admin does not work on Saturdays. 6) Please bid on hourly rate assuming 3-5 hours a week, although that can go up or down depending on what issues we may be facing. Please include the codeword “red” in your proposal so I know that you’ve read these requirements and agree to them.
Skills: FreeBSD Linux System Administration
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $60 - Posted
We need an efficient, optimal resource usage and fast. It will be hosted on freebsd server. So all the forum content posted on service-side web server will be propagated toward syndie p2p forum network.. we will provide p2p client links of the different os client syndie p2p customized with our forum.. so the people could download , install and start to get our forum in p2p client without any setting to complete..
Skills: FreeBSD
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Hi We need talented a freebsd server admin ( Php, nginx, fastcgi, c,) A server admin that is well-versed in free code source software. ... We wish to establish long-term business relationship with a talented freebsd administrator. The main skills we request: Freebsd server administration Php, nginx, fastcgi firewall, Spam filtering Security Good communication skill and organization skill.
Skills: FreeBSD C CGI Data mining