Location: Richmond, VA
Duration: 6 Months
- VMware and EMC as well as items like new security policies, deployments of new technologies/versions, etc.
- This is not a reactive Systems Administrator that just handles tickets and troubleshoots issues, that will be only roughly 25% of the day-to-day tasks.
- Day-to-day optimization and support of enterprise VMware environment
- Day-to-day optimization and support of enterprise EMC Storage environment
- Working with EMC storage arrays, VNX and Unity arrays, performing code updates, day-to-day provisioning, provisioning LUNs and LUN snapshots and troubleshooting any/all EMC issues
- Day-to-day work with vSphere and vCenter and recommending new ideas to further enhance the client’s virtual environment across all Virginia Health systems and physician offices
- Attend weekly meetings and contribute to best practices for the VMware and SAN environments
- Must be able to respond and adapt to the changing security controls and measures as it pertains to the enterprise VMware and SAN environments
- 5+ years of VMware experience – specifically, working with vSphere and vCenter and experience maintaining and optimizing an enterprise virtual environment (putting together clusters, configuration best practices, etc.)
- 5+ years of experience with SAN/Storage (EMC) – specifically, they need to be familiar with items such as EMC arrays, universal storage arrays, VNX and unity arrays, performing code updates, provisioning LUNs, zoning for fiber connectivity, etc.
- Experience with UCS (more of a nice to have) – understanding of UCS fabric interconnect pieces and how Blades are provisioned and deployed through UCS manager
- Experience with Powershell scripting (more of a nice to have)- need to understand Powershell basics/code for systems administrators.
- Need to understand PowerCLI to show Powershell interfaces for VMware as well as Powershell pertaining to Active Directory itself