Technical Engineer - Non Unix

Technical Engineer - Non Unix

Aisling Consulting Sdn Bhd
3-5 years
Not Specified

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About the job Technical Engineer - Non Unix
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Technical Engineer - Systems
Roles and Responsibilities:
. Responsible to support & troubleshoot Virtualization, Microsoft Windows Server, Hyper converged Infrastructure and Hardware environment
. Responsible for Incident and Problem management as well as to provide RCA Report . Provide technical assistance to L1 engineers
. Technical Account Engineer for several accounts
. Responsible for Preventive Maintenance . Ability to handle small project and deployment . New product testing and implementation
. To be able to perform in 24/7 environment
. Diploma / Degree in Information Technology or equivalent
. VMware Certified Professional 6
. At least 3-5 years experience in the provision of high level support, maintenance and design for Virtual Platforms for hosted applications and services in the ESX Server environment.
. Minimum 2 years of experience administering VMware vSphere 5 environments using vCenter and vSphere clients experience with vSphere v6 is preferred
. Minimum 2 years of experience using vSphere PowerCLI to perform tasks such as creating datastores, taking snapshots, creating VMs, health checks, etc
. Experience troubleshooting VMware environments running both Windows and Linux virtual machines
. Experience performing maintenance tasks, applying software patches and upgrade . Required technical skills on VMware (Vsphere, vCener, SRM, HA), Microsoft Windows Server OS, Hyper-V, Hyper converged Infrastructure, Blade server, standalone server, iSCSI & San Storage
. Technical skills on Active Directory would be advantageous.
. Knowledge of ITIL framework or completion of the ITIL Foundation Certificate would be advantageous.
. Strong customer service orientation
. Highly self-motivated and directed

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