Infrastructure Architect

Company Name:
Valleysoft Inc
Only USC & GC.
Expert knowledge: Microsoft Windows, Active directory, Exchange, Lync, Sharepoint, IIS, Hyper-v, SCCM, SCOM, Vmware, Storage, SAN, NAS.
Intermediate Knowledge: Load Balancer, SSL offloader, DNS, DHCP, Networking, Unix, Linux, Scripting ( Powershell, Bash, Vbscripting), Databses ( Oracle, SQL).
Also look for certifications like: MCITP, MCTS, VCP, MCDBA.
Technical Skills:
Operating Systems - Experience in designing on MS Windows Server technologies (primary focus for EY), Unix, Linux and virtualization (VMWare, Cloud)
Databases - Experience in designing infrastructure for databases, e.g., high availability, DR solutions around databases Oracle, MS SQL etc
Systems Management - Knowledge of enterprise class network and server management solutions such as HP Openview.
Network and Security - Knowledge of enterprise class LAN (Office LAN, Data Center LAN), Converged Network, WAN, VPN and network security (IPSec, Firewalls, DMZ). General awareness of information security.
Storage and Backup - Experience in designing solutions for managing enterprise class storage network solutions around technologies like SAN, NAS, RAID, Encrypting file system and products like EMC, HP and NetApp storage devices.
Internet Technologies - Web servers (IIS, Apache), Proxy servers, Load balancers, Global site selector, Firewalls, Certificate, SSO (Kerberos, ADFS, CA SiteMinder) etc.
Directory Services - LDAP/AD/ADAM
Application servers - Tomcat, Websphere, Weblogic, Peoplesoft, IBM Lotus Notes, Microsoft Sharepoint, eRoom etc
Hardware - Basic knowledge of Dell and HP rack mounted servers, blades, HPUX, Superdome etc
Capacity and performance - Experience in designing infrastructure to meet the performance requirements of the application based on the data collected from the legacy system and model for the future grow. Knowledge of the performance measurement diagram and utilities.
Soft Skills:
Ability to quickly learn existing complex systems infrastructure
Must be organized and detail-oriented
Solid teamwork and interpersonal skills
English language skills - good written and verbal communication
Ability to work remotely with culturally diverse and geographically dispersed teams

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