Mark A. Stolz
1412 Milford Chase Court
Marietta, Georgia 30008
OBJECTIVE: To secure a position that involves my expertise of Unix, Networking, and the Web.
Excellent presentation skills at management level.
Experienced in strategic planning and forecasting.
Excellent budgeting and bottom line skills.
Experienced "Hands on" security skills.
Experienced in high level Unix, Network, & Intranet/Internet design.
Experienced in "Hands on" multi-platform Unix Administration.
- 1997 Honored member of the International Who's Who of Information Technology
- Managed/Installed $1.5 Million project within Equifax Risk Management Div.
- Managed/Installed Coke's payroll printing system
- Created Coke's Unix disaster recovery program for NCR/AT&T servers.
- Pioneered a Beta site automation system for bug reporting and feedback.
- Project Managed Lotus Ami Pro through 3 releases and developed Unix GUI install for Lotus Ami Pro.
- Completed the first CD-ROM commercially manufactured for Lotus Ami Pro.
- Involved in team effort that installed the first X.25 network in Botswana, Africa.
Linux 1.x, 2.x
HP-UX 8.x, 9.x, 10.x
Sun OS 4.1.x, Solaris 1.x, 2.x
Win 3.x, 95, NT 3.x, 4.x
TCP/IP, NFS, FTP, DNS
sendmail 8.8, popper, SmartList
httpd, MS IIS, Oraweb, Website
MS Proxy Server
NT DNS, DHCP, WINS, RAS
Oracle wg 188.8.131.52
MS SQL Server
1995-Present Independent Contractor
Provide Unix/Networking/NT/Internet consulting services in addition to World Wide Web services. Specialize in Unix infrastructure and problem solving. Familiar with most Unix platforms and versions. Understand the intricacies of the NT environment and how it can be used with the Unix platform.
Apparel Exchange - Technology Manager, 1997 - 1998
Planned and built internal network and intranet that involved Win95, NT 4.0, and Unix. Coordinated network connection to the internet via T-1. Managed team of programmers for internet web based applications written in Perl & Cold Fusion/Access. Customized and wrote web applications for e-commerce solutions. Wrote tools for marketing based information.
Ivex Corp. - Unix / Network Architect, 1997
Performing NT administration tasks: users accounts, print server, Win95 client access, TCP/IP configurations. Configured & managed NT based DNS, DHCP, WINS, FTP, SLMailNT, IIS, & NT Domain. Diagram local network topology. Analyzed Irix & AIX based databases. Created virtual networks and installed 3Com switch.
Equifax - Unix / Network Architect, 1996
Managed the installation of the T520, 2GB of memory, 200 GB of disk, Ethernet, X25, and over 1,000,000 records of data. Set standards within the Unix environment. Overhauled the HP T500 by redistributing file systems, tuning kernel parameters, rewriting startup scripts, preparing trend analysis reports, modifying database files, and creating a backup program. Wrote tasks specifically designed for Universe/CUBS databases. Performing NT administration tasks such as users accounts, print server, Win95 & Win31client access, TCP/IP configurations, and planning the local network topology.
Coca-cola - Unix Architect, 1995
Product Managed & Installed Coke's payroll printing system that involved network printers, NT Servers, NT workstations, Unix, TCP/IP, SQL Server, odbc, Oracle, encryption, & vertical applications. Created Coke's Unix disaster recovery program using NCR/AT&T. Created NCR/AT&T platform independent backup/recovery programs. Managed Unix security across multiple platforms, including NFS, User, IP Ports, Permissions, Telnet, FTP, E-Mail, & gateways. Familiar with Technologic Firewall products.
1995-Present XCity - Unix / Network / Security / Webmaster
Experience in Unix / network security control. Created WWW sites using a variety of tools: Corel Paint, Photoshop, Macromedia Director, Afterburner/Shockwave, and vi in addition to various shareware / freeware HTML editors. Familiar with the HTML 3.0 specifications including forms, tables, and frames. Wrote automated transaction processing system using E-Mail, C, shell scripts, and Perl scripts. Wrote and configured many automated tools used for web site marketing and sales analysis. Experienced in negotiating contracts, partnerships, and terms & conditions.
- Configured trusted telnet, ftp, pop clients, ssh, SSL/httpd.
- Configured, managed, and administered NCSA's httpd Web Server site.
- Configured sendmail, pop3, procmail, and SmartList.
- Configured Domain Name Server (DNS) including NIC registration.
- Configured virtual domains, virtual users, and virtual web sites.
1992-1995 Lotus Development Corporation, Manager
Managed the Unix department and supervised 2 employees. Provided training, guidance, and leadership for all Unix networking issues. Managed the largest Beta program within Lotus, the Word Pro (Ami Pro) project.
The project handled all Beta programs on Windows, Windows 95, OS/2, HP-UX, and Solaris 2.x. Pioneered an automated system that handles over 1000 Beta Sites electronically. This automated system included bug and comment reporting with automatic response. Reports were entered via Notes, a Web Site, CompuServe, or E-Mail. Wrote several bug reporting programs utilizing MS Visual C++. This automated process has enabled myself and 2 part timers to do 10 times as much work with half the staff.
Managed all Unix product specification issues for Ami Pro. Managed and maintained the Beta Program for all Unix platforms. Wrote company specifications for the Lotus Common Unix Install and developed the TCL and VUE interface. Created the file and directory structure for Ami Pro for Unix. Developed the CD-ROM for Ami Pro which implemented the ISO9660 standard with RockRidge extensions. Configured and installed Lotus' Unix network spanning multiple departments and involving multiple servers, workstations, X stations and HP printers. Coordinated between several third party companies such as Young Minds, Bristol, and Iris. Familiar with DEC, HP, SUN, IBM, Cabletron, Cisco and Intel Unix hardware and software. Developed databases on Lotus Notes. Configured several communication paths between Unix and PCs including Wabi, Softwindows, NFS, & TCP/IP. Controlled all Internet related issues, including security, WWW, e-mail, DNS and news. Installed and Configured Lotus Notes servers, clients, and gateways.
1989-1992 Disc Access Products Group, Systems Engineer
Customized AIX for specific customer needs such as TCP/IP, NFS, X.25, UUCP, and X11. Service Engineer under IBM's IR program. Installed customer interface of the first X.25 network in Botswana, Africa. Ordered, tracked, and installed all hardware and software for our customers. Managed the hardware and software documentation library. Maintained the connectivity of all users within the company via ethernet, terminal servers, and direct connects. Installed Interactive and Dell Unix. Familiar with Ultrix, VMS, VOS. Configured DOS to Unix software. Familiar with Dec MicroVax II, IBM Systems 88/Stratus 75, IBM RT, PS/2, and RS/6000. Familiar with file transfer via 3270 and 3780 emulation software. Performed all required updates.
1987-1989 Bolt, Beranek, and Newman, Network Controller
Maintained the European division of the world's largest packet switching computer network, the Defense Data Network. Performed essential system software and hardware installations throughout Europe. Designed a training program for high speed digital lines. This program proved to be exceptional as it increased the employee troubleshooting skills of high speed circuits by threefold. Created and modified shell scripts which streamlined reporting and daily operations. Analyzed, diagnosed, and implemented solutions for network and user problems. Reorganized the tape archives and reconstructed the filing system for reports and outage tickets. Held Top Secret/SBI security clearance.
1983-1987 United States Air Force, Tech Controller
Diagnosed problems on FDM and TDM multiplex and radio equipment, cryptographic equipment, and commercial cable systems. Managed circuit and system analysis to identify degrading trends. Wrote reports, maintained records, and coordinated with directing agencies for circuit activation, deactivation, and changes. Diagnosed and modified individual user circuits. Wired conditioning strings to patch panels, mux equipment, and underground cable. Prepared instructions for Initial Test and Acceptance circuits. Held Top Secret/SBI security clearance.
Southern COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY 1991 - Marietta, Georgia
Completed C programming classes & 3.5 years of undergraduate work.
IBM 1990 - Marietta, Georgia
Completed AIX, Advanced AIX, & Networking for the Service Representative class.
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 1989 - Vaihingen, West Germany
Completed AA degree in Computer Studies.
BOLT, BARANEK, AND NEWMAN 1987 - Washington, D.C.
Completed the Network Operations Course.
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE 1983 - Keesler AFB, Mississippi
Completed the Telecommunications Systems Control Specialist Course 30730.
I have been an independent contractor for the last few years. I specialize in solving problems for customers in the Unix/NT/Network/Internet realms. I have had great success in helping small companies and well as large companies. I typically fit into an organization on a short term or long term basis in the following ways:
A. I bring expertise to an existing infrastructure and stay until that knowledge is passed on.
B. I work until a permanent replacement is found.
C. I supply support (usually on a retainer basis) for companies/divisions that can't afford or don't need a full time person.
D. I plan and implement network infrastructures for new companies/divisions and stay until production.
I noticed your advertisements in the AJC and thought that you might consider me in one of the above scenarios for the position(s) you have open. If you would like to discuss these possibilities further, I may be reached at home 770-433-8862 or voice mail (that pages me) 770-384-0728. My e-mail address in email@example.com.