Corey Edwards Media
I maintain a headless Debian Linux server in my home office which handles automated incremental backups of my two public web servers in Texas, provides various file sharing and other local network services throughout my house, and serves as a development and staging machine for my personal projects.
I also maintain two separate personal web servers in Texas which host my own website, blog, and projects. I consistently monitor their up-time, memory/disk space/CPU usage, and regularly review system and application logs to ensure proper and reliable operation of critical system components and service availability.
I spend a great amount of time researching new methods to use in hardening all three servers against potential (D)DoS attacks, MySQL Injections, and general security threats as well as experimenting with new ways to implement encryption (LUKS, GnuPG, SSL/SPDY/TLS, etc) to provide file system encryption options, email encryption, HTTPS encryption, and data integrity checking to ensure the most feasible security, usability, and reliability for myself and those who visit my site and use my services.