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Author: Kurt Ewoldsen

Colin Thompson joins CDL I&AS

Infrastructure & Application Support is pleased to welcome Colin Thompson as our newest member. Colin joins Joe Somontan and Martin Haye on the team that builds and maintains our technology infrastructure. Colin has strong ties with UC. He received a…

CDL Job Opening: Infrastructure Engineer

Infrastructure and Applications Support (IAS) is currently hiring for an Infrastructure Engineer. +++++ About UC’s California Digital Library:  At the core of the California Digital Library (CDL) is a simple idea – by mobilizing the expertise and creativity of…

Debra Bartling Retires

After more than a decade at CDL, Debra Bartling has announced her retirement, effective March 1st of this year.  She has been a key member of the technical staff throughout her tenure with us, first as a member of Discovery…

Joan Starr to retire in June

Joan Starr, EZID Service Manager, in CDL’s Infrastructure and Applications Support group, will be retiring on June 28, 2018. While this is sad news for CDL and the UC community, it is the right time for Joan  (first grandchild on…

Michael McKinnon Retires

Michael McKinnon, System Architect in CDL’s Infrastructure and Applications Support group, will be retiring on February 2, 2018. As many of you know, Michael has been the bedrock upon which the CDL technical infrastructure rested for the past 10 years. …

Michael Urashka Joins CDL

Michael joins the Infrastructure and Applications Support (IAS) system administration team to expand our capacity and help us create the next generation of CDL infrastructure in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.  Michael comes to CDL from Lawrence Berkeley National…

Senior UNIX System Administrator Opening for Infrastructure Services

CDL’s Infrastructure and Applications Support (IAS) group is looking for a Senoir UNIX System Administrator to join our small band of IT professionals. The Infrastructure and Application Support team is responsible for the technical infrastructure required to create and deliver…

"Shellshock" Vulnerability Remediation

The wide-spread Bash vulnerability nicknamed “Shellshock” was announced publicly on Wednesday, September 24th, 2014.  This potential exploit exists on all UNIX-based systems (UNIX, Linux, Mac OS).  All CDL technical teams have analyzed their applications to assess the possible risk and…

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