The Unix system is classified as an assembly of multitasking, multi-user computer operating systems. The system has advanced over from its original concept of the AT&T Unix created in the 1970s, and the system continues to develop. For Unix Engineers, their role is vital in ensuring clients, as well as the overall organisation, can efficiently conduct their works.
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Unix Engineers may be responsible for explaining to clients how the system works, and therefore must be great communicators that can explain the system to someone that has little to no understanding of it. Unix Engineers will have to split their time between conducting routine tasks such as system checks and running troubleshooting tasks when problems arise. It is therefore fundamental for Unix Engineers to be efficient problem-solvers who can work well in high-pressure situations.
Unix Engineers may be required to learn new information about the systems and implement these findings within the system to keep it up-to-date for both the clients and the organisation. Unix Engineers will install updates of the software, control admin access and privileges, run backup checks, review the performance of the system and review the log files. Unix Engineers may also be accountable for security where they will apply firewalls and check the security configurations.
Their role demands that they fully understand the system and how it integrates with the servers to fix any issues that may arise for clients.