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NOC System Admin I
Ref No.: 18-00542
Location: San Francisco, California
Start Date: 04/09/2018
 NOC System Admin I
San Francisco California USA 94105

EBAY- EBAYJP00015394
7 Months
 
Description:
 
Vaneeta's notes: 
5 years Linux and Windows system administration 
1-2 years Slunk administration 
Prior experience in Customer Service needed 
Candidate can work the first 2-4 weeks in San Francisco and then remotely anywhere in the US 

Title: Splunk Administrator I 

Intermediate Linux and Windows systems administration with working experience in the Splunk platform. | Craft and manage queries of complex data sets and assist junior engineers in creation of interactive apps and dashboards on the Splunk platform. | Maintain Production System list, and as-built documentation, and update documentation. | Assists NOC supervisor in the development and documenting of materials required for training key personnel | Manage the CR process from end to end. | Respond to customer calls, emails, and other forms of communications expeditiously and with curtsey. Treat the customer right. | Provide technical support, perform first-level problem isolation and root-cause analysis, and escalate as required 

Systems Overview 
• Understand and use essential automation under Puppet and shell scripting 
• Operate running systems, including booting into different run levels, identifying processes, starting and stopping virtual machines, and controlling services 
• Configure local storage using partitions and logical volumes 
• Create and configure file systems and file system attributes, such as permissions, encryption, access control lists, and network file systems 
• Deploy, configure, and maintain systems, including software installation, update, and core services 
• Manage users and groups, including use of a centralized directory for authentication 
• Manage security, including basic firewall and SELinux configuration 

Splunk Overview 
• Identify Splunk components 
• Identify Splunk system administrator role 
• Experience with Splunk ES a plus 
Splunk Apps 
• Describe Splunk apps and add-ons 
• Install an app on a Splunk instance 
• Manage app accessibility and permissions 
Splunk Configuration Files 
• Manage configs with major version controls systems such as GIT 
• Describe Splunk configuration directory structure 
• Understand configuration layering process 
• Use btool to examine configuration settings 
Splunk Indexes 
• Describe index structure 
• List types of index buckets 
• Create new indexes 
• Monitor indexes with Monitoring Console 
Search Head Cluster 
• Apply a data retention policy 
• Backup data on indexers 
• Delete data from an index 
• Restore frozen data 
Getting Data In 
• Describe the basic settings for an input 
• List Splunk forwarder types 
• Configure the forwarder 
• Add an input to UF using CLI 
Distributed Search 
• Describe how distributed search works 
• Explain the roles of the search head and search peers 
• Configure a distributed search group 
• List search head scaling options 

Understand and Explain Data Administration 
• Splunk overview 
• Identify Splunk data administrator role 
Getting Data In - Staging 
• List the four phases of Splunk Index 
• List Splunk input options 
• Describe the band settings for an input 
Configuring Forwarders 
• Understand the role of production Indexers and Forwarders 
• Understand the functionality of Universal Forwarders and Heavy Forwarders 
• Configure Forwarders 
• Identify additional Forwarder options 
Forwarder Management 
• Explain the use of Forwarder Management 
• Describe Splunk Deployment Server 
• Manage forwarders using deployment apps 
• Configure deployment clients 
• Configure client groups 
• Monitor forwarder management activities 
Monitor Inputs 
• Create file and directory monitor inputs 
• Use optional settings for monitor inputs 
• Deploy a remote monitor input 
Network and Scripted Inputs 
• Create network (TCP and UDP) inputs 
• Describe optional settings for network inputs 
• Create a basic scripted input 
Agentless Inputs 
• Identify Windows input types and uses 
• Understand additional options to get data into Splunk 
• HTTP Event Collector 
• Splunk App for Stream 
• Module 8 - Fine Tuning Inputs 
• Understand the default processing that occurs during input phase 
• Configure input phase options, such as sourcetype fine-tuning and character set encoding 
Parsing Phase and Data 
• Understand the default processing that occurs during parsing 
• Optimize and configure event line breaking 
• Explain how timestamps and time zones are extracted or assigned to events 
• Use Data Preview to validate event creation during the parsing phase 
Manipulating Raw Data 
• Explain how data transformations are defined and invoked 
• Use transformations with props.conf and transforms.conf to: 
• Mask or delete raw data as it is being indexed 
• Override sourcetype or host based upon event values 
• Route events to specific indexes based on event content 
• Prevent unwanted events from being indexed 
• Use SEDCMD to modify raw data 
Supporting Knowledge Objects 
• Create field extractions 
• Configure collections for KV Store 
• Manage Knowledge Object permissions 
• Control automatic field extraction 
Creating a Diag 
• Identify Splunk diag 
• Using Splunk diag