[cs615asa] Some suggestions about the delayed classes.

hchen29 hchen29 at stevens.edu
Fri Feb 6 18:21:48 EST 2015

>> Network Administrator: 35k-72k           median: 50k
>> Site Reliability Engineer: 61k-120k      median: 83k
>> System Programmer: 43k-110k            median : 75k
>> DevOps engineer : 49k-110k               median: 71k
> What are the differences between these jobs?  How do they differ from a
> "System Administrator"?
> -Jan
1.Network Administrators are often involved in proactive work. This type 
of work will often include:
(1)Network monitoring
(2)Testing the network for weakness
(3)Keeping an eye out for needed updates
(4)Installing and implementing security programs
(5)In many cases, E-mail and Internet filters
(6)Evaluating implementing network management software
(7)Monitoring network traffic and bottleneck
from wikipedia

2.Site Reliability Engineer:
(1)improve Component Reliability
(2)Establish quality and reliability requirements (also) for suppliers
(3)Collect field data and find root causes of failures

3.System programmer:
In a computer hardware or software organization, a person who designs 
and writes system software. In this case, a systems programmer is a 
programmer in the traditional sense and is often called a "software 

4.DevOps Engineer:
(1)Ability to use a wide variety of open source technologies and tools
(2)Ability to code and script
(3)Experience with systems and IT operations
(4)Comfort with with frequent, incremental code testing and deployment
(5)Strong grasp of automation tools
(6)Data management skills
(7)A strong focus on business outcomes
(8)Comfort with collaboration, open communication and reaching across 
functional borders

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