Resume

Experience

Position Senior Software Engineer/MTC2 SOA (a.k.a. Halo COP) Site Representative
Dates August 2014 – July 2017
Company SAIC
Location/Organization US Navy (Makalapa Compound Fleet Command Center N631/PMW-150)
Description One man 24/7/365 on-call response and COMPACFLT counterpart to San Diego PMW-150 Maritime Tactical Command & Control Service Oriented Architecture (MTC2 SOA) Lab team. Management of the 10 Red Hat 6 virtual machines hosted in VMWare ESXi with NetApp storage. The 10 virtual machines has a complex configuration utilizing Redhat JBOSS, AMQP, Open Track Manager, Intellex, JMS/AMHS ingestion, ENMS ingestion, DRRS-N ingestion, and NETOPS COP collaboration for data correlation. User-based access to authorized data was provided by SSL and PKI-compliant Apache web server proxying and hosting. Part of my duties involved observing the multiple users with various missions and aiding and guiding them in workflow optimization using the various Ozone Widget Framework (OWF) widgets and forwarding user input to the San Diego counterparts for assessment. While most of the VIP users use the system for easy access to “dots on a map” information, a lot of the users used it various Intel assessment, Briefing, Current Operations Planning, and Future Operations Planning due to the other data we ingested and correlated to the relevant vessels.
Position Senior Systems Engineer
Dates May 2011 – July 2013
Company BAE Systems
Location/Organization US Navy/US Coast Guard (NCTAMS PAC N91)
Description One of a two-person contractor team that managed over 24 physical Oracle/Sun Solaris servers with over 50 virtualized or “zoned” servers in support of the classified Global Command and Control System (GCCS) for the US Navy and US Coast Guard. Administration included remote “headless” SSH methods and travel to server site locations around the contiguous US states, Alaska, Guam, and Puerto Rico. Along with managing the GCCS software suites we managed servers running Oracle databases, BIND DNS, Sendmail, and Apache.
Position Field Service Engineer
Dates June 2009 – April 2011
Company SAIC
Location/Organization US Air Force (PACAF GCCS/A60F)
Description I was maintaining, planning and managing projects for the deployment of GCCS systems to provide hardware resolutions for mission critical systems. This entailed the installation, configuration, and use of equipment from Cisco Catalyst switches, Sun Fire servers, Sun Sparc Enterprise servers, stand-alone GNU Linux workstations and Avocent KVM systems. My duties also included creating, implementing, and enforcing standards for IT cabling, power management, tool control, reserve hardware accountability, and ESD Safety. My execution resulted in the following:

  • NFPA compliant powered racks with redundancy and IT cabling
  • EMSEC compliant equipment within a five-foot radius of equipment in a shared datacenter
  • Overload resistant power configuration with automatic server restart on power restoration
  • “Flight line” standard for tool control that halted misplaced tools
Position Network Administrator
Dates August 2008 – April 2009
Company CSC
Location/Organization US Air Force (Maui Space Surveillance Site)
Description I managed several UNIX based systems from SGI Irix to Red Hat Linux on both baremetal and in VMware ESXI virtualization along with site LAN optimization. Based on topof Haleakala, I was tasked with not just management but also to aid in the upgrading and optimization of systems that support multiple telescopes that ran 24/7 and daily operations. During the upgrade and optimization processes I was also inherently tasked with the documentation of the old system’s configuration and the updates to the most current configuration. Much of which included but not limited to the following:

  • Network topology diagrams
  • Flow Chart of data through services
  • Infrastructure cable management
  • Backup Policy
  • Identifying the prioritization of mission critical services
Position Tech Coordinator 2
Dates February 2007 – August 2008
Company CACI
Location/Organization US Army (PAC-TNOSC PLOC)
Description While serving as liaison and observer to several military exercises and operations, I also functioned as Tier 2 technical support and a liaison and “translator” between the administrators and the customers; Officers and other Network Operations Centers (NOC) throughout the Army’s Pacific Theater. On top of gathering information, diagnosing, and troubleshooting issues, to achieve an effective resolution or ticket routing, we assisted and liaised the activities of the administrators to the tickets from start to resolution with the customers. After following the life cycles of several tickets I created several diagnosis flow charts, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), and scripts to aid in the efficiency of ticket resolutions.
Position Digital Product Manager / IT Manager
Dates July 2005 – February 2006
Company Hawaii Microfilm Services, INC
Location/Organization 1713 Republican Street, Honolulu
Description Using SAMBA, NFS, and backup policies, I was able to optimize the quality and throughput of production while driving down labor hours by 50%. By using a centralized CentOS GNU Linux server, I was able to use shell scripting to provide product backups with a timespan and mass produce customer DVDs and label printing. Through rigorous Quality Control inspections and configuring of Object Character Recognition (OCR) software I was able to increase the rate of how much documents could be converted from paper or microfilm to a digital format.

Education

School Degree Major Date Started Date Graduated
Heald College – Honolulu Associates of Applied Science Information Technology with an emphasis in Network Systems Administration July 22, 2003 July 05, 2005

Certifications
Issuing Authority Certification Date Issued Date Expires Date Active CompTIA Transcript ID
Comptia Security+ CE November 21, 2011 September 30, 2020 September 30, 2014 VZ1T8RJCCBQEQ1GQ
Comptia Security+ July 09, 2008 Lifetime Certification July 09, 2008 VZ1T8RJCCBQEQ1GQ
Comptia Linux+ October 18, 2011 Lifetime Certification October 18, 2011 VZ1T8RJCCBQEQ1GQ

Issuing Authority Certification Date Issued Date Expires Date Active Account ID Verification Code Verification URL
Linux Professional Institute Level 2 – Linux Engineer October 7, 2016 October 7, 2021 October 7, 2016 LPI000244401 szfaw4usqm https://cs.lpi.org/caf/Xamman/certification
Linux Professional Institute Level 1 – Linux Administrator October 20, 2011 October 7, 2021 October 20, 2011 LPI000244401 y99dazb4q4 https://cs.lpi.org/caf/Xamman/certification

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