|Fermilab||Computing Sector,||Scientific Computing Division||Scientific Computing Facilities Quadrant|
|Experimental Computing Facilities Dept.||Project Lead--Virtual Facilities Project||Condor liaison (Fermi internal)||Grid Users/FermiGrid Stakeholders Meeting|
|FermiGrid web pages||Sysadmindb||MISNET node registration||FermiCloud web pages|
|Fermilab Phonebook||Purchase Order||Requisition||MISER|
|EQUIPDB queries||Contents of VO Packages||Service Desk login||Listserv management|
|Property queries||Ganglia reporting||MISnet queries||NGOP General Web Admin Interface|
|Network utilities (onsite)||Node Locator||FCDFCM1 Condorview||GP Grid Condorview|
|Task codes for CD||Request Additional Kerberos Items||New CAB monitoring||Leave Usage Request System|
|List of bluearc volumes||Bluearc plots||CS Budget and Finance (internal)|
|Open Science Grid Home||GOC Ticket||Fermilab VO VOMS Server|
|OSG Twiki||OSG Registration (OIM)||HTCondor manual||FEF Fault log|
|FermiCloud Project homepage|
At Fermilab for the first six years I was lead of the team of system administrators that managed the reconstruction farms for CDF, D0 and general purpose users. We worked on automated provisioning of multi-hundred node clusters, monitoring, and hardware and vendor evaluations.
For the next four years I was assistant group leader of the FermiGrid Services group and lead system administrator for the FermiGrid Services machines. I am officially a Compute Services Specialist because this work requires not only managing the hardware and operating systems of the computers but also managing a lot of authentication and authorization middleware and batch systems. I was appointed group leader in late 2010.
I have led the FermiCloud project since its inception. This project is meant to give us much more flexibility in managing our virtual machine infrastructure so that we can deploy different types of machines at the request of the user.
In late 2013 I became Associate Department head for Cloud Computing
In fall of 2014 I was named the lead of the Virtual Facilities Project, a new project which is meant to take much of the cloud work that we did on behalf of individual experiments and virtual organizations and integrate it more tightly into the main Fermilab computing facilities, making it transparent to users.
I am also a member of the long baseline neutrino experiment DUNE, in which I play a role in software infrastructure.
I am also the computing sector's liaison to the NUMI-X collaboration and to the Patriot project.
Here's Ziggy, when he was a puppy in 2005
Here's Winston, our new puppy on go-home day in 2009.
Here's another picture of Winston.
Ziggy and Winston together.
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