If you read my resume or seen my web design
portfolio, you will see that I am very experienced computer professional.|
From time to time, I am approached by individuals and companies to do external consulting
jobs for them, so I set up this little page to put some info about that.
What can I offer you.
Setting up servers, be it web, mail, dns... on a number of operating systems.
That does not mean that I will not support existing installation, I do support
existing installation as well as upgrades and OS migration (mostly to
Linux from that other "operating system".
While my favourite OS is Linux, I am also very experienced in Solaris, FreeBSD and
OpenBSD, and yes, I do Windows too, but I prefer not to.
So to make a list out of it...
- OS Setup and Support: Linux (RedHat/Debian/Mandrake...), Solaris, FreeBSD, OpenBSD.
- Databases: PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle.
- Firewalls: iptables, ipchains, Firewall-1, ipfw.
- VPNs: PPTP/Linux, IPSec/Linux (FreeS/WAN), several obscure VPN appliances.
- Mail Servers: Sendmail, Postfix, QMail, QPopper, Exim, Dovecot, SASL.
- DNS: ISC Bind 4/8/9, djbdns/tinydns.
- Web Servers: Apache, Apache+FrontPage, Apache+SSL, ZOPE, PostNuke/PHPNuke.
- Web Design: Pure HTML, Perl/CGI, HTML+Apache/SSI, ZOPE, PostNuke/PHPNuke.
- Networking: Cisco, Nortel, Nokia.
Freelance companies where you can hire me:
How can you contact me.
The best method is by email, once we establish contact and agree on fees and schedule,
you will get my pager number for 24/7 support if needed.
Some projects that I did or am working on.
- Setting up a very simple moderated guestbook using Perl and PostgreSQL. [done]
- Setting up a PostNuke website. [done]
- Setting up LAN-to-LAN VPN using Linux and FreeS/WAN. [done]
- Reconfiguring a large-ish sendmail installation (15 servers/500 users/6 domains) to use virtual domains. [done]
- Setting up a load-balanced fault-tolerant web server cluster using Linux-VS. [done]
If you really need references, I can supply them, or you can simply take a look at my resume.
I hope this will clear up some of the questions I get asked all the time.
Good luck to all.