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What you get with this Offer
You don't have the confidence to do that one complex task and want to hire a pro.
Let's have an online sitdown (up to 4 hours) over PPH videochat, skype, teamviewer, or your preferred conferencing tool and I'll walk you through what needs to be done. Is it as simple as backup / restore? Ensuring a task is run over cron? Finding out what's eating your server load? Investigating which countries the client IP's geomap to? Ensuring SSL connectivity? Finding out why this bash script isn't triggering?
Sit back, relax, have a tea, and I'll walk you through it.
I'm an LPIC-3 with over a decade's experience in server management, from the scrappiest of self-built small office firewalls to mailservers with hundreds of users to highly-available application servers tuned for massive loads. There's no secret sauce or special magic to getting these to work. All it takes is a human behind the scenes. That's you and me. Let's make it work together.
This includes an optional quick followup session (up to 2hrs) within the next 2 days to ensure that the script / program / service / etc is working as intended.
For a little extra, I can produce high-quality, "Enterprise-level" documentation of our server changes for your pointy-haired boss. We can also schedule additional followup sessions for monitoring, reporting, or similar light chores within the week.
Message me first for your requirements and availability.
Get more with Offer Add-ons
I can produce Enterprise-level documentation
Additional 2 working days+$75
I can add a followup session
Additional 5 working days+$60
What the Freelancer needs to start the work
Before we get started, I need to know the following from you:
1) What do you need done?
2) What is your server environment? Provide at least your operating system (Ubuntu, CentOS, gentoo, etc); server provider (AWS, DigitalOcean, private, etc), program you need to install / troubleshoot, and any relevant docs.
3) What is your timezone and availability for online meetings? When do you need the initial meeting? Would you need a (free) followup (within 2 days of first meeting)?