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Old 11-27-2017, 11:27 AM   #1
rkisten123
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Hi All

I am looking for a linux engineer with 5 years experience,

Various Linux flavors especially Debian, bash scripting, Puppet, Chef, Docker etc.

Sound IT Security knowledge, switching and routing.

Files Shares permissions, LVM's provisioning, encryption.

Certificates. Nagios, Zabbix, Oberviem, Cacti

Spinning up Linux boxes on cloud technology.

Job is based in KZN, there is huge growth within the company, looking for a passionate vibrant person who fits the IT Security / Linux Engineer role.

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Hi All
I am looking for a linux engineer with 5 years experience,

Various Linux flavors especially Debian, bash scripting, Puppet, Chef, Docker etc. Sound IT Security knowledge, switching and routing. Files Shares permissions, LVM's provisioning, encryption. Certificates. Nagios, Zabbix, Oberviem, Cacti Spinning up Linux boxes on cloud technology.

Job is based in KZN, there is huge growth within the company, looking for a passionate vibrant person who fits the IT Security / Linux Engineer role.
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