I have worked with Northrop Grumman Technical Services out of Fort Leavenworth, KS, in support of the US Army Mission Command Training Program for 6 years, specializing in Army C4I systems installation, configuration and management with emphasis on GCCS-A as well as Microsoft Server systems (2003 and 2008), Active Directory (environment hosting up to 2000 users), and Exchange (2007 and 2010). Responsibilities also include deployment of VMware vSphere high-availability computing cluster and configuration of associated SAN fabric and appliances.
Extensive management and team leadership experience, often supervising teams of 14-15 personnel supporting information operations during Army training events. Management roles include coordinating technical requirements of the training personnel and engineering digital system solutions to meet those requirements during planning processes spanning 6 - 18 months.
3+ years VMware ESXi/vSphere 4.1/5.0 (VCP in progress)
1+ year Citrix XenServer / XCP 1.6.0
2+ years SAN engineering (NetApp storage appliances)
7+ years Windows Server 2003 / Active Directory
3 years Windows Server 2008 / Active Directory
10+ years Windows XP Professional/7 Enterprise
5+ years Microsoft Exchange 2007 Server
3 years Microsoft Exchange 2010 Server
Designing/Deploying Active Directory Domain Services
Designing/Deploying Microsoft Exchange Organizations
Exchange Organization Site and Server Resiliency via Clustering and Database Availability Groups
10+ years Linux (Slackware, Debian and derivatives, Red Hat and derivatives)
7+ years MySQL 5
7+ years Apache
10+ years TCP/IP; DNS; VPN
Solid familiarity and some hands-on experience with administering Public Key Infrastructure using SSL/TLS X.509 certificates.
US Army Mission Command Systems Including:
Global Command and Control System (GCCS)
Tactical Mission Command (TMC)
Air and Missile Defense Workstation (AMDWS)
Tactical Airspace Integration System (TAIS)
Warfighters Simulation (WARSIM)