[TriLUG] Need co-lo advice and part-time help.
ryan.leathers at globalknowledge.com
Mon Jan 23 08:35:19 EST 2006
I've got nearly 100 racks at Peak10. There are several reasons I chose
them to begin with, but perhaps the more important thing I can tell you
is that they have not disappointed me in my 3 years using their
facility. They are top notch.
On Sat, 2006-01-21 at 14:04 -0500, Andy Hunt wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm looking for some local co-location recommendations, and possibly
> some part-time help.
> 1) Local (RTP area) co-location or dedicated server hosting
> facilities. I'd not as concerned with price as I am with quality: I
> want a place that rocks. Dead solid uptime, easy to work with.
> 2) A part-time system administrator. Depending on how #1 pans out, I
> may need someone to install and maintain a couple of server boxes.
> Set up email (smtp and imap, plus a webmail server), mysql, apache,
> lighthttpd, that sort of thing. Keep on top of security and critical
> OS and app patches and be on call if the server goes belly-up (we'd
> like to talk about failover to backup boxes as well).
> Suggestions for #1 you can either email to me directly or post here,
> for #2, please send me your resume, availability, and fee structure
> to andy at pragmaticbookshelf.com
> Thanks so much,
> Andy Hunt, co-founder and editor, The Pragmatic Bookshelf
> Practical Books for Pragmatic Programmers
> Toll-free: 800-699-7764 direct: 919-847-3884
> web: http://www.PragmaticBookshelf.com email:
> andy at PragmaticBookshelf.com
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