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Tata Consultancy Services: Linux Administrator

Tata Consultancy Services

This is a Full-time position in Montreal, QC posted February 20, 2021.

Job Type :Full-TimeJob role :Linux/Unix AdministratorExperience level: Mid Senior levelResponsibilities:Must have skills* Experience with Linux technologies (Red Hat RHEL 6-7, Satellite-6, IDM) General IT infrastructure and networking experience Ability to deliver on several projects simultaneously and demonstrate proper judgement in assessing priorities Continuous learning to keep up to date with latest technology innovations and roadmaps French and English (spoken and written)Good to have skills*Cloud, Infrastructure as Code, Containers is an asset, IBM AIXKey responsibilities* Contribute to the technical solution architecture by identifying the existing capabilities of Linux & related technologies already in place Interface with various vendors for selection and acquisition of software, hardware and other equipment as required Translate the technical solution architecture into a detailed infrastructure and technology components design, and ensure the seamless integration of all components Define infrastructure and technology installation specifications including automation, monitoring, high availability and disaster recovery Work in collaboration with project managers to define work breakdown structure, estimate project effort and project schedule Guide various SMEs through technical design propositions and specifications and address any potential design or support issues Produce test plans for all infrastructure and technologies identified in the technical design Develop stabilization and knowledge transfer plans to the support teams