Servers and MicroServers
I have worked with Windows Server since it’s release (Windows NT 3.5) and have worked with all versions up to the current Windows Server 2019.
I have worked with Linux since it was released as a graduate project of Linus Torvalds, I have worked with both Red Hat (CentOS, Oracle, Fedora) and Debian (Ubuntu, Mint, Knoppix) versions. I also use Spacewalk to keep a large number of Linux systems up-to-date.
I have also worked with FreeBSD, HPUX, and AIX versions of UNIX.
MicroServers like the Raspberry Pi which are based on ARM processors, and the servers in a limited release from HP and Dell offer low power and great performance and capability.
I have repaired many Dell and HP Servers, and know where to find parts.
Other Server Based Products I Work with Frequently:
- Microsoft Exchange Server
- Microsoft IIS, WebDeploy and WebMatrix
- Microsoft SQL Server
- Microsoft WSUS
- Windows Active Directory, Group Policy
- Red Hat Spacewalk
- Apache Web Server, Apache Tomcat
- Nginx Web Server
- Backup – Veritas Backup Exec and Veritas NetBackup, Windows Backup and Veeam.
- A variety of clustering options (Linux, Citrix, as well as others)
- Along with a variety of peripheral devices like Tape Drives, SANs, Direct Attached Storage
- Meet PCI Compliance