- Immediate Start
- Global leader in information technology
- Fantastic benefits including education assistance
A new and exciting role for a VCE Engineer Consultant to join our client a Global Leader and of providers of information technology
A new and exciting role has arisen for a VCE Engineer Consultant to join our client a Global Leader and of providers of consulting information technology
Require a VCE certified engineer with the following skillsets:
- Hands on experience in VCE converged and Hyper converged infrastructures like (VBlock, VxRail & VxRack)
- Management and configuration of vBlock based systems
- Administration and performance management of guest systems running on vBlock
- Ability to resolve configuration and administration issues with toolsets such as Vison IO and VROPS
- Hands on experience with CISCO UCS
- Hand on Experience on VMWare Products like ESXi, vCenter, SRM, vSphere Replication & VSAN.
- Experience in handling Lange Enterprise Environments Infrastructure
- Strong understand on Network & Storage Technologies
- Strong understanding of Datacenter Big Picture with different technologies and their interdependencies and cross connects.
- Monitoring and deep dive troubleshooting skills across guest, VMware, hardware and storage (external arrays)
- Ability to determine system bottlenecks and performance issues
- Ability to determine right sizing / utilisation of guest systems
- Excellent technical skills in Vision IO, VROPS
- Knowledge of administration, build reports and configuration of Vipr SRM
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Tamsin Clark on 02 9464 5685. Please quote our job reference number: 200169355.
Reference Number: 200169355_1
Contact Details: Tamsin Clark - 02 9464 5685
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Contact Name: Tamsin Clark
Contact Phone: 02 9464 5685
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