Computer Task Group is seeking a Red hat Professional for their client at Schriever AFB, CO for a one year contract.
Conducting a series of architect-led workshops covering technical and business areas
• Reviewing enterprise adoption framework for containers and container platforms, to include:
One to two (1-2) days of workshops with system administrators, network engineers, and
other IT specialists to provide a common baseline of understanding on OpenShift Container
Platform (OCP) 4; and
One to two (1-2) days of specialist workshops for operations teams addressing basic
considerations for operation and maintenance of the platform
• Helping Customer build architecture and design document inclusive of near-term and roadmap
mission goals and objectives
• Reference Installation and Validation:
Adjusting out-of-box installer to perform base installation of OCP in one (1) data center on
Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS (RHCOS) instances. Installation will include clusters for
SANDBOX and Non-Production (Non-Prod).
Assessing and providing suggestions on integration with the Domain Name Service (DNS) to
resolve OpenShift host and application Fully-Qualified Domain Names (FQDNs)
Providing basic environment validation
• Containerized Application Deployment:
Deploying up to one (1) container deployable (e.g. Java WAR or EAR files) running inside
Red Hat certified containers
Providing architecture diagrams depicting workload deployment and promotion workflow
• Platform Management:
Helping Customer define quotas and resource limits for workload pods
Helping Customer create and configure advanced authentication to Lightweight Directory
Access Protocol (LDAP)
Helping Customer define OpenShift projects, users, customer, and roles to match
Customer’s project needs
• Operationalizing Container Platforms:
Implementing operational capabilities using a sprint-based approach, including the following
Installing and provisioning
Configuring users, roles, authentication, and authorization
Configuring security, certificate management, auditability, Software-Defined
Networking (SDN) multitenancy, High Availability (HA), multi-datacenter
approaches, and failover
• Knowledge Transfer
Providing cycles to share best practices and validate core concept understanding by
Documenting activities, accomplishments, and recommendations in an Engagement Journal
as reference for Customer personnel
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Job Function: Programming & Application Development
Education Level: Bachelor's Degree (±16 years)
Work Remote: No
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