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Senior Architect Resume

Austin, TX


  • 24 years of experience managing IT support staff and hardware resources.
  • 14 years of experience with Microsoft Networks, Exchange Servers and several digital telephone switches including IP phone
  • 13 years of programing experience in multiple languages, also retail experience including Federated department stores, Lowes, Home Depot, Krispy Kreme
  • Expert level with Windows NT 4.0/2000/2003/2008 Servers, IIS 4.0/5.0/6.0, Exchange 2000/2003, all windows desktop operating systems, Switches, VPN, Firewalls
  • Previous certifications in MCSE, Exchange Cisco, Solaris, Domino, SAS
  • Expert knowledge of MS Office and experience with SharePoint
  • Exercises good judgment and discretion in execution of job responsibilities


Operating Systems: Windows NT 4.0/2000/2003/2008 , Windows 95, Windows 98,XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Linux, Sun Solaris (x86), AIX OS400, OS2, BPM, VM, TSO


Mail Systems: Exchange 5.5, Exchange 2000/2003, Linux/Sun SendMail, BlackBerry Enterprise, Spam Filters, Domino, Gmail

Web Servers: IIS, Apache, SSL, HTTPS, Streaming Media, IBM

Hardware: HP/Compaq, Dell Clusters, IBM, Intel, Gateway, Cisco, 3COM, Adaptec

Wireless: Sonic Wall TZW, Belkin, LinkSys, Microsoft and Cisco Aironet direct configuration experience. Solid understanding of all the 802.11x protocols and associated security algorithms

Security Intrusion: Detection, Intrusion Prevention, Firewalls (Sonic Wall, Fortigate, Cisco, Checkpoint), Antivirus (CA, Trend Micro, Symantec)

Remote access: Terminal Server (2003, 2008 Beta3), Citrix

Utilities: Veritas, VMWare, Cisco Works, Ghost, Site Scope, Sniffer Pro, PC Anywhere, WhatsUp Gold, Web Trends, HP OpenView

SAN: Iomega, Dell, HP/Compaq

Virtualization: VMWare, Microsoft Virtual Server, Microsoft Virtual Machine Manager, EMC


Confidential, Austin, Tx

Senior Architect


  • Served as a contract employee for the Confidential, responsible for advising the staff on how to proceed in security, data consolidation, and data repositories standards
  • Wrote and executed the plan which made it possible to place SAS datasets on a universally available public website
  • Evaluated replacement for Tivoli Access Manager
  • Created graphics layouts and other necessary elements of the operation
  • Researched, garnered agreement, and conducted interviews and team meetings regarding the replacement of Tivoli Access Manager

Environment: Windows 7, AIX 6.0, Tivoli Access Manager, Websphere, SharePoint, Windows server 2008

Confidential, San Antonio, TX

Senior Architect


  • Assigned to Confidential customers often for lengthy periods of time to assist them in determining the major issues in their computing environment.
  • Responsible for over 200 clients located throughout North and South America
  • Managed corporate help desk and designed plans to streamline the process
  • Selected and implemented new software for clients
  • Established and maintained Business Security and designed and implemented disaster recovery plans
  • Managed IT support staff internal at IBM
  • Managed teams of up to 75 people on technical and project management implementations at customer sites
  • Implemented Domino release 2 through 8.5, Microsoft servers, AIX servers, Solaris servers, AS 400 servers, Storage area Networks, All PC operating systems including Linux, DBII, Oracle, SQL server Exchange servers and many other ancillary products at businesses from 45 to 400,000 employees
  • Managed IIS, Exchange, SendMail, SQL, Anti - Virus, Backups, Remote Desktop, Great Plains, Q, Anti-Spam, Anti-Spyware, Anti-Adware, Domino, Notes, Wepsphere portal, patches, fixes, and network troubleshooting

Environment: Ubuntu Desktop, Linux, XP, Vista, Windows Server 2003/2008 Enterprise/Standard, Exchange 2003, ACT, Symantec, Trend Micro, MS Office 2003/2007, Open office, WordPerfect Office suite, Domino, Lotus Notes, DBII, SQL server, Oracle, Sybase, People Soft, SAP, Cisco, 802.11 a-m EMC, Confidential disk arrays, AIX, Solaris, AS400, DNS servers of several varieties, DHCP packages among 6 different operating systems, various printers of all types, backup subsystems of 4 different types

Confidential, Greenville, SC

Manager of Domino and Web applications


  • Hired to fix a modem issue with an obscure operating system for a two - week contract. Was deemed indispensable and promoted to manager of computer operations with thirty five employees.
  • Provided technical leadership in all forms of Domino, which Confidential used for email and applications.
  • Managed web developers and gave specific advice as to how to arrange the Web applications
  • Full responsibility for a group of thirty-two professionals in worldwide settings
  • Managed vendors and IT related contract negotiations
  • Managed the help desk

Environment: Windows server, Tivoli Storage Manager, Tivoli Access Manager, Domino, Lotus Notes, SAS, DBII, AIX servers, Remedy help desk software, Novell

Confidential, Austin, TX

Manager of computing services


  • Managed applications running on Mainframe, Mini and Micro computers and wrote code in assembler, SAS and various other software languages
  • Oversaw all technology purchases, including desktops, software, hardware, printers, servers, workstations, internet access and maintenance contracts throughout all state agencies of Texas as well as the design and implementation of new applications and their suitability for the agency
  • Reviewed managed and approved all vendor contracts
  • Evaluated and approved new hardware and software
  • Wrote and implemented the DBII application that first automated the Texas budget submission
  • Determined needs and requirements for updating and improvements in technology
  • Created the school finance, prison - funding models and fiscal note application service
  • Supervised networking of all state agencies, their vendors, branch offices and contractors
  • Designed and implemented Data warehousing to contain all budget information, school finance model, and prison finance model

Environment: Novell, CCMail, Mainframe, Mini, micro computers, firewalls, hub and spoke, DNS, Lotus Notes, PL1, DBII, SAS, Assembler languages, Printer languages, Postscript, WordPerfect, Lotus 1-2-3, Excel, TCP/IP, first connection to the ARPAnet (the forerunner to the internet)

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