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On 8 June 2017 at 14:18, Amit Sharma <amitsharma928(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Hope you guys are doing good. I am new in Fedora Infrastructure community.
Currently I am working as Linux System Engineer in an IT firm with 2 years
experience in India. I am using Linux from past 5 years. Below I am sharing
details about myself.
Full Name: Amit Kumar Sharma
IRC handle: amitsharma928
BASH: Intermediate knowledge; Good at command line.
Python: Beginner in python but want become an expert in Python scripting for
Web Servers: Apache/Nginx
Public Cloud: Working and using AWS to deploy servers, DB servers.
Linux Support: Troubleshooting/Critical thinking Linux Servers and
mainlining servers from different hosting providers.
Deployment: Docker(Beginner); learning docker. Ansible, puppet, chef; Want
Certifications: RHCSA and RHCE
Email Servers: Intermediate but want to learn more.
I want to Learn:
Working in community wih large numbers of contributors.
Auto deployment tools.
Linux server resources monitoring and management.
Large scale deployment.
Developing tool which comes handy for Sys Admins.
I was looking for long to contribute in some open source projects but was
searching relevant projects where my skills can be utilised maximum. My
query is as there are many people contributing in infrastrucuture. How
credentials according to access level are managed and shared in community?
Currently our credentials sharing is done with a tool called FAS2. It
is being looked at upgraded to a newer generation of code. The FAS2 is
queried by each system and the accounts are set up on the system that
it is supposed to have on it. Users who are allowed onto the systems
who can get root access either do it through sudo or a sudo wrapper
Looking forward for a great time! Cheers :)
Amit Kumar Sharma
Linux System Engineer
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