It’s a startlingly appropriate title for this blog.
Here’s the deal. I am a Jr. Systems Administrator. I work for a company that provides hosting services, anything from shared web-space to multiple-cabinets of colocation space. If you have a hosting need, chances are we can meet it.
But this blog isn’t about my employer. It isn’t even really about me, so much as it is about the things I learn along the way, which may include experience from my employment or on personal projects.
Disclaimers are required at this time:
I am really easy to find. While I may give an air of anonymity, a quick WHOIS will reveal who I am and where I live. From that it will be a very quick process to determine who I work for and who I work with. For that reason I do not give details regarding clients. No names (of people or company), no IP addresses, no routing tables, nothing. Anything I post containing anything close to identifying information regarding my employer or their clients can and will be obscured to prevent readers from determining anything useful, and I will endeavor to ensure readers are unable to determine anything at all.
Any opinion, stated or implied, is my own and does not reflect the views of my employer or colleagues. Any advice is given on the grounds that it has worked for me, and no warranty or guarantee is given whatsoever that it will work for anyone else. I am happy to offer assistance to others if I can, but this is given on the same basis with no warranty of guarantee.