Flexible Hiring Models
Whether you need permanent employees, contract-based workers, or temporary staffing solutions, Anicalls offers a variety of hiring models tailored to your unique business requirements.
Providing a clear and comprehensive overview of the role's responsibilities and expectations.
Thoughtfully selecting and presenting a tailored pool of skilled candidates.
Engaging candidates in thorough discussions to understand their expertise and alignment with client needs.
Ensuring a smooth transition and effective collaboration as the consultant becomes an integral part of the client's team.
An AWS SysOps Administrator is responsible for deploying, operating, and managing systems on the AWS platform. This role requires expertise in understanding and operating AWS services to ensure the smooth functioning, availability, and security of applications and infrastructure in the AWS environment.
Anicalls manages and monitors AWS infrastructure, ensuring optimal performance, cost management, and maintaining system health using tools like AWS CloudWatch and AWS Config.
Deploy, manage, and scale applications using AWS services such as EC2, Elastic Beanstalk, and RDS.
Set up and manage resources, ensuring infrastructure's optimal performance, high availability, and failover capabilities using services like Amazon RDS, Elastic Load Balancing, and Auto Scaling.
Monitor AWS resources and applications using tools such as Amazon CloudWatch, AWS CloudTrail, and AWS Config. Analyze logs, set alarms, and notify appropriate teams of incidents.
Implement and manage security policies using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). Ensure data integrity and access controls using AWS services like KMS, Secrets Manager, and Shield.
Design and implement backup solutions using AWS Backup, Amazon S3, and AWS Glacier. Plan and execute disaster recovery strategies.
Monitor costs associated with deployed AWS resources. Recommend cost-saving measures such as reserved instances or optimizing underused resources.
Manage and configure VPCs, subnets, security groups, and route tables to ensure proper network segmentation and connection.
Utilize AWS services and tools like AWS CloudFormation, OpsWorks, and Elastic Beanstalk for automation and infrastructure-as-code practices.
Regularly update and patch AWS resources and services, keeping applications and infrastructure secure.