Data Centre / Hosting Lead - $800 per day
This role will sit within a Network Engineering Team focused on internal Network and Security for a large Australian Enterprise.
This role has been created to successfully architect, engineer, build, test and deploy DataCentre Solutions for Point of Presences Infrastructure.
This role role will see you:
- Provide the technology team with SME knowledge of complex end-to-end systems and processes
- Align systems with product and technology strategy
- Solution design and traceability
- Solution implementation
- Manage integration and resolve issues related to inter-working between components.
- Manage stakeholders
- Knowledge management - Develop extensive knowledge of new and emerging systems, including leading industry (e.g. best of breed) and competitor solutions.
- General Technology, Architecture and Design Skills:
- Datacentre Technologies:
- Hosting architectures, tenancies and 'service isolation' and 'service stitching'
- Platform experience IaaS / PaaS; Designing and building 'as a service' architecture
- Understanding of a full digital stack including CDN, security, networking, databases
- Cisco ACI and APIC;
- Hypervisors and virtualisation including UCS and UCS Directo,
- Integration with 3rd parties for example using pxgrid,
- Storage, either on or off box
- Automation capabilities and integration
- High level of expertise in IP routing and related protocols
- Understanding of common networking and routing protocols (IP, TCP, UDP, IPsec, SSL, HTTP, FTP, SSH, BGP with multiple VRs/VRFs, VLANs, MPLS, VPLS, etc). Working knowledge of NAT and DNS
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Contact Name: Megan Luttrell
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