About

The Enterprise Systems Unit is responsible for technology infrastructure, installation, maintenance, configuration, management, function, availability, and security for commercially licensed, open source, and locally developed applications the library employs in order to provide content and services to the University academic community and enterprise level productivity tools for library staff. The unit also maintains responsibility as the service owners for the Libraries' datacenters, including cloud infrastructure, and software build, testing, and deployment frameworks and pipelines.



Contact

+1 574 631 8559

Members


Manager, Enterprise Systems Unit
+1 574 631 8559 | Steve.Mattison@nd.edu | 271 Hesburgh Library
Smattiso


Senior Systems Administrator
(574) 631-4686 | hanstra@nd.edu | 271 Hesburgh Library

As a Sr Systems Administrator, Tom provides core systems infrastructure management and some server based programming support for the Hesburgh Libraries. Tom administers a wide variety of commercially licensed and open source technologies and software and is responsible for the configuration, management, function, availability, and security for those systems.

Systems Administration and Support

  • Advanced Linux systems administration including virtualization, user administration, backup and recovery, security, package maintenance, networking, file systems, and high availability server configurations.
  • Compilation, installation, and configuration of commercial and open source software.
  • Maintain files systems, back ups, firewalls, monitoring systems, and locally developed application environments.
  • Administration of high volume relational database systems such as MySQL and Oracle. Collaborate with software engineers to provide a customized, high availability systems infrastructure that is tailored to locally developed application needs.

Collaborate with the OIT

  • Work with the OIT to identify and integrate core technology services services provided by the OIT, such as, networking, identity management, authentication systems, active directory, Operating System computing images.
  • Collaborate on scheduled system outages and coordinate system down time to ensure graceful system transitions.
  • Report core service outages and manage communication with key library stakeholders on technology infrastructure problems.

Research, Evaluation, and Documentation

  • Research, evaluate, and implement new technology infrastructure components for the Libraries.
  • Document infrastructure and systems changes.
Hanstra


Application Developer and Systems Analyst
(574) 631-3065 | jrittenh@nd.edu | 271 Hesburgh Library

As a Sr. Applications Development Technician, Justin provides development and support for many of the back end systems of the Library. He integrates disparate systems, builds software that enables many of the functions of the library and maintains ongoing production and development of custom software.

Application Development and Support

  • Support the operation of the library ILS back end through process improvement, maintenance, automation, configuration and data management
  • Support systems such as Koha, that provide auxiliary discovery and collection management services for remote study locations
  • Provide desktop client support for the ILS system
  • Develop and enhance reports against the collection data
  • Provide triage support for networking related to various library service
  • Develop and maintain data integration services for the primary library discovery system
  • Develop and maintain integration services between Campus Card Office and University Library systems
Jrittenh


Senior Systems Administrator
(574) 631-7892 | wsill@nd.edu | 271 Hesburgh Library

As a Sr Systems Administrator, Bill provides core systems infrastructure management and some server based programming support for the Hesburgh Libraries. Bill administers a wide variety of commercially licensed and open source technologies and software and is responsible for the configuration, management, function, availability, and security for those systems.

Systems Administration and Support

  • Advanced Windows systems administration including virtualization, user administration, backup and recovery, security, package maintenance, networking, file systems, and high availability server configurations.
  • Compilation, installation, and configuration of commercial and open source software.
  • Maintain files systems, back ups, firewalls, monitoring systems, and locally developed application environments.
  • Administration of high volume relational database systems such as MySQL and Oracle. Collaborate with software engineers to provide a customized, high availability systems infrastructure that is tailored to locally developed application needs.
  • Configure and manager Operating System images for Windows and Mac OS

Collaborate with the OIT

  • Work with the OIT to identify and integrate core technology services services provided by the OIT, such as, networking, identity management, authentication systems, active directory, Operating System computing images.
  • Collaborate on scheduled system outages and coordinate system down time to ensure graceful system transitions.
  • Report core service outages and manage communication with key library stakeholders on technology infrastructure problems.

Research, Evaluation, and Documentation

  • Research, evaluate, and implement new technology infrastructure components for the Libraries.
  • Document infrastructure and systems changes.
Wsill