A Server Administrator is responsible for the computer servers of an organization. This individual ensures on a daily basis that they are running efficiently by performing upgrading and maintenance tasks on their software, resolving technical problems, overseeing their activity levels, ensuring server security, and developing new system structures when necessary.
involves creating user accounts, carrying out backup and recovery functions, and monitoring the performance of servers at all times.
Configure and manage servers’ operating system and the services required to power our products.
work with the IT team to design and deploy secure server processes - via Docker containers management.
They take part in the design, architecture, implementation, and maintenance of technology projects.
have the ability to troubleshoot software issues on servers and other related devices.
Server Administrators often work with other staff members in an organization to evaluate their technology needs, administer the network environment, set up workstations, create a database of the organization's IT policies and document them, and help train staff on the use of new technologies.
Manage virtual servers, and integrate automation processes
Responsible for capacity, storage planning, and database performance
Associate or Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, System Administration, or a closely related field, or equivalent experience required.
3-5 years of database, network administration, or system administration experience
Knowledge in Linux server administration and docker containers.
System administration and IT certifications in Linux, Microsoft, or other network-related fields are a plus
Strong knowledge of systems and networking software, hardware, and networking protocols
Strong knowledge of implementing and effectively developing helpdesk and IT operations best practices, including expert knowledge of security, storage, data protection, and disaster recovery protocols