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From "Davis, Daniel" <>
Subject Camel DevOps at the Smithsonian Institution
Date Wed, 15 Jul 2015 14:38:45 GMT
The Smithsonian Institution (SI) is looking for a person to join its
SIdora team and create a development operations (DevOps) environment.
SIdora is an ever-evolving, open-source infrastructure supporting
researchers, to make it easy for them to obtain and use IT resources
plus support their data needs --- while making their work become a
future part of the SI collections. This goal is a grand challenge and
requires a creative person with strong technical skills in systems
administration and application deployment who wants to constantly be
learning and working at the state-of-the-art. The software is already
used at SI and will soon be published under the Apache 2 license. SIdora
has an interactive, Drupal-based (Islandora) “workbench.” It uses Apache
Camel for integration and deploys a micro-services architecture using
Apache ServiceMix with ActiveMQ that is designed to reach out to
integrate with nearly anything in a lab, data center or the cloud. It
uses the Fedora Repository, Solr and semantic triplestores plus it
includes a 6000+ core high performance computing cluster. Docker and a
full suite of DevOps tools are in its future. Strong communication
skills are also essential since SIdora’s DevOps will include working
with SI IT staff, researchers and to build collaborative open-source
communities.  This a permanent federal position located near Washington,
D.C.  If you are interested please apply on USAJOBS at

Daniel Davis
Technical Manager
Office of Research Information System
Office of the Chief Information Officer
Smithsonian Institution

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