Wiley M. Sanders Lafayette, CA This file is available on the web from links at http://www.wsanders.net/ Email: Depicted in the image at: http://wsanders.net/e.jpg - Extensive experience in all flavors of Unix, TCPIP Internet, LAN, WAN, architecture and support; particularly LAMP, Linux, Solaris, Cisco, Juniper, NFS, Data ONTAP, and most major Open Source applications and network protocols. - All experience exclusively in high availability and zero-downtime - Perl, C, and Shell Programming, some Python and PHP - Working knowledge of MySql DB administration and development of SQL-based business logic. Some Oracle DBA skills. - Working knowledge of Windows/Microsoft-Related Technologies - Experience commensurate with Solaris & RedHat Professional, Cisco Associate certifications. - Expert 'shrinkwrapped' system monitoring with Nagios Nov 2010 - Now: System Administrator, Exponential Interactive: DevOps support for High Performance, Large Scale Unix and Storage, using Solaris Zones as a private cloud. Sep 2008 - Sep 2010: System and Network Administrator, St. Mary's College of California: Master of and POC for core network and related services for email, servers, storage, monitoring, backups, DNS, LDAP/Radius auth, Samba, OSPF, BGP, etc. for about 6000 users. Upgraded most of campus from legacy Cisco to Juniper EX devices. Nov 2005 - Sep 2008: System Administrator, Reliance Globalcom Services, formerly Yipes Enterprise Services: Responsible for all aspects of the internal and external Unix and some database (MySQL and Oracle) infrastructures. Improved and expanded the back office server and network monitoring infrastructure to meet increasing internal and external customer expectations until the company was acquired. Mostly legacy Solaris-on-Sun; rolled out LAMP, Linux and Solaris 10 when I could. Sep 2004 - Nov 2005: System Administrator, Wells Fargo Internet Services Group (contractor): 99% Solaris, with some RedHat Enterprise Linux; BEA Weblogic 8 deployments and production support - bor-ing! More interesting: debugging of enterprise TCPIP networking problems with netstat, snoop, tcpdump, nmap, etc. Performance analysis and monitoring with Nagios, sar, rrdtool, etc. 2003 - Aug 2004: Senior System Administrator at MarkMonitor, formerly Alldomains.Com, a domain name registrar and internet service provider. Co-lead in team of two responsible 24x7x365 for a 100% Open Source revenue-producing infrastructure based on LAMP (and a smidgen of Python.) Major site upgrade and new cage buildout. Debugged web services to top-level registries. Authoritative DNS services; mail and web forwarding for several tens of thousands of domain names. 2001-2003 (contracting): System Administrator, Wells Fargo Wholesale Banking. (contractor) Member of team supporting 20-25 applications using Weblogic and Websphere application servers. System Administrator, Chiron (contractor). R&D and corporate environment: Solaris, IRIX, Linux, TRU64, HPUX. HP, Veritas, Sun-OSA, and various legacy RAID and volume managers. Installed Nagios monitoring with custom plugins which outperformed existing Tivoli system. Some primitive Linux clustering using PVM and PBS. Senior System Administrator, Buzzsaw.com. General system administration in a high-availability Solaris environment. 1995 - 2001: Consultant, Taos Mountain. Contracting onsite with customers on a wide variety of system and network administration projects. Assignments at Wave Systems, Catapulse, Synopsys, MarchFIRST/USWeb/CKS, Globix, Organic, Digital.Daytimer.Com, GTE Internetworking, SGI, Internex, GlobalCenter, Sun Microsystems. 1994 - Mar 1995: System Administrator, ParcPlace Systems. Primeval mixed Unix and PC environment, LAN and WAN architect. Apr 1992 - Apr 1994: System Administrator, Sun Microsystems. Member of group responsible for about 500 clients and servers and the internal SunOS 4 to Solaris 2 transition. Nov 1990 - Mar 1992: VMS System Administrator, Intel, Santa Clara. TCP/IP, DECnet, LAT; Unix/VMS interoperability, supporting the very first Pentium tapeouts. 1988 - 1990: Transportation Systems Analyst, Center for Urban Analysis, Santa Clara County. Responsible for computer model of the Bay Area's transportation system. 1988: Graduate Student, University of California, Berkeley. Researched in-vehicle navigation systems and automated vehicle routing. 1985 - 1987: Graduate Student, University of Texas, Austin. Calibrated a traffic simulation model using digitized time-lapse photogrammetry. Published thesis. Education: Master of Science, University of Texas at Austin. Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Rice University, Houston.