Synergy ECP is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business SD(VOSB) that was formed in July 2007 with Headquarters in Columbia, MD and is made up of talented, dedicated staff to provide a broad range of services to the defense, intelligence and health care industries.
In an ultra-competitive environment, Synergy ECP has thrived by adhering to our name, making sure excellence is displayed by our Employees, to our Customers and by Improving Performance (ECP).
It’s what sets us apart, enabling us to be an autonomous yet agile business that delivers huge results - showing we’re ready to meet our customers’ evolving demands.
Synergy ECP has earned a client list that includes numerous Fortune 100 companies, in addition to multiple branches of the US government and military services.
Synergy ECP is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected class.
In addition to the minimum required capabilities and qualifications specified in the SOW for the selected labor category, the following special technical skills are also REQUIRED:
In addition to the minimum required experience specified in the SOW for the selected labor category, the following special technical skills are also desired:
- Experience with Linux Operating System (RHEL)
- Experience in setting up and managing servers and switches
- Systems and network administration experience, to include user authentication, network configuration, and management.
- Knowledge and experience with SSH, IPTables, and virtualization technology and concepts.
- Familiarity and experience with DNS, NTP, Systemd, and Kickstart
- Familiar and experience with network concepts to include VLAN, OSI Model, Netflow, NAT, virtual port channels, and NIC bonding
- Familiarity with Salt and Nagios
- Familarity with HDFS and Accumulo
- Working knowledge of Python
- Experience with Docker overlay networks
- Familiarity with performance tuning large Linux storage and compute clusters