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Job 109314

Virtualization Engineer Nutanix - Luzern / Raum Bern

Aufgabe:

  • Responsible for the operations of secure and highly available platform based on Nutanix and VMware technologies: Install, maintain, upgrade, and continuously improve the company operating environment
  • Maintain the ongoing reliability, performance and support of the infrastructure which includes monitoring the operating environments; responding to incidents, problems and planning for growth
  • Deploy the release of new technologies as well as design, install, configure, maintain and perform testing of PC/server operating systems, and related utilities and hardware.
  • Provide infrastructure solutions based on application needs and anticipated growth, install new servers and maintain the infrastructure.
  • Share the expertise and provide individual training and support
  • Work together with other technical staff and vendors to provide IT services to all company teams

Anforderung:

  • Expert knowledge of virtualization platforms such as Nutanix and VMWare
  • Good knowledge of Network Security such as Firewalling and Micro Segmentation
  • Expert knowledge of MS Windows Server
  • Good knowledge of Patch Management & OS specific debugging tools and Windows server technologies such as SCCM/SCOM & MS Failover Clustering.
  • English Language only is ok

Kontakt

Maxim Kreker
Telefon: +49 711 12851 990
maxim.kreker@allgeier-experts.com
  • Branche Anlagen- und Maschinenbau
  • Ort Luzern / Raum Bern
  • Start asap
  • Dauer 31.12.2019 ++
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