[Ubuntu-PH] Ubuntu Expertise needed

Noel Nuguid noel at nuguid.org
Wed Mar 9 00:41:14 UTC 2011


Have you tried looking into Zentyal (http://www.zentyal.com/). Although our
company uses ClearOS, I've been studying this since all of our servers are
Lucid based.



On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 2:45 AM, andrew <andrewuy888 at gmail.com> wrote:

> looking for Ubuntu expertise:
>
> assumptions:  all servers and clients are running ubuntu 10.04lts server or
> desktop (please feel free to comment on any item)
>
> 1. primary domain controller running openldap, managed by webgui
>
> 2. nfs and samba server (for the few windows boxes, around 5). home folder
> mounted as a separate partition (need to enforce quotas)
>
> 3. around 25 desktops (home directory pathed to nfs/samba server when they
> log in)
>
> 4. backup server for the pdc and file server and sql server (db is around
> 30gb compressed), must dump to a nas and a tape (offsite backup, manual
> intervention of changing tapes at 8am daily).  backup and restore should be
> easy.
>
> 5. backup of pdc, files server and backup server (virtualize?) (auto
> failover if available)
>
> 6. users can print to a central fax server (with two usb modems?).
> incoming faxes are centralized, reviewed and dispatched to users. (auditing
> for what users printed, how many pages, what doc if available, softcopy of
> all records)
>
> 7. one update server for the client desktops (to save bandwith)
>
> 8. Print audit, who print, what, pages, with report summary. softcopy of
> all print requests if available
>
> 9. hardware design? dell r710?
>
> 10. manage, alerts (email when errors occur like system stopped
> unexpectedly...)
>
> 11. all processes are automatic
>
>
> security concerns are important.
>
> please feel free to recommend, we're looking for a best practice setup and
> some additional features.  if there are other, then please do recommend.
>
> can you please point me in the right direction for a person that is
> qualified to do this systems infrastructure?
>
>
> thanks!
>
> andrew
>
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