A Linux Engineer installs and monitors Unix/Linux open-source operating systems and caters to the client’s needs in this environment. The individual also resolves user issues, address change management requests, and identifies potential issues by implementing protective measures. Besides, these engineers automate work procedures by collaborating with others in the IT department. They must be able to comprehend enterprise infrastructure. Linux System Engineers also program the Linux operating system. They need strong interpersonal skills since they need to interact with both business and technical teams. They must able to work flexible timings. Job Description Engineers need to understand how the hardware of Linux OS works and must be knowledgeable about Storage Area Networks (SAN) servers. They set up configurations for network, database, and high availability services, besides designing and developing OS system configurations for softwarepackages. Engineers automate standardized steps, perform scripts, and complete instructions lists, provide sophisticated monitoring and troubleshooting for Linux-based servers that are virtualized, use troubleshooting procedures and technical information to identify severity of incidents and carry out accordingly the resolution process, research issues that do not have a recognized solution and prepare a resolution process for them, partner with application developers to create strong software products, and write and maintain scripts, such as python and shell, that automate tech operations.