- Be accountable for applying virtual hosting and server technology in system architectures.
- Analyze large sets of collected server telemetry data, create Machine Learning models to predict expected performance.
- Be certain that your organization performs and oversees server administration, Network Administration, server operations, core systems support, virtualization, storage, Data Center, and Application Support services.
- Be accountable for verifying the integrity and availability of all hardware, server resources, systems and key processes, reviewing system and application logs.
- Manage knowledge in Information security/cybersecurity, Risk Management, end point and server technologies, Network Management/architecture, Intrusion Detection And Prevention Systems, Vulnerability Management, Patch Management systems, and Data Center operations and management.
- Review and approve standards and requirements for maintenance of all aspects related to server administration (Patch Management, server builds, availability, performance, compliance, audits).
- Maintain server operating systems and functional differences between operating system vendors and versions.
- Select or develop, setup and operate a system simulation and test bed for end to end evaluation of the system, device to server client.
- Support and troubleshoot applications running on server architecture and collaborate with application teams when necessary.
- Ensure you expected to be available outside of normal business hours for client needs, or for server or desktop upgrades or updates which need to be completed outside of normal business hours.
- Ensure you understand and implement IP networking, storage systems, server operating systems, client operating systems, Network Management tools and schemas, wireless and wireline connectivity, and security/intrusion software/hardware.
- Be accountable for participating in a diverse Agile Scrum team supporting team deliverables across the entire Client Virtualization Engineering portfolio of services (Citrix application and desktop publishing, Server Security, analytics, automation, transition to cloud, etc).
- Develop, implement and maintain policies, procedures and associated training plans for server administration, appropriate use, and Disaster Recovery.
- Be accountable for researching, identifying, and implementing solutions to customer and server infrastructure incidents and problems.
- Perform client and server installations, configurations, upgrades, and ongoing maintenance of database servers.
- Confirm your corporation provides operational support for Websphere Commerce Server, Websphere Application Server and Sterling Order Management.
- Maintain user directory, add and delete user IDS, reset passwords on the network and server to ensure access to resources according to organization policy.
- Assure your project complies; DevOps engineers are IT professionals who collaborate with Software Developers, systems engineers and other IT staff members to do server Configuration Management and manage code releases.
- Perform daily system monitoring and backup operations, verify the integrity and availability of all hardware, server resources, systems, and key processes; review system and the application log.
- Perform network, workstation, and server scans and compile vulnerability reports to facilitate corrections.
- Provide expertise of Network Security testing, server hardening, Vulnerability Scanning tools and Penetration Testing techniques.
- Drive all Technical Design and execution activities for moving existing on premise infrastructure, server workloads, data and applications to the cloud IaaS and PaaS architectures.
- Ensure you convey; expand you education level with new technologies and trends relating to Python/Django server Application Development.
- Ensure you handle; classified and unclassified server support and administration (windows and linux), Patch Management, virtualization (vmware), storage, back up and recovery.
- Engage in Capacity Management during Sales and Operations Planning, master scheduling, materials requirements planning, and production activity control.
- Use observer data and accident data to focus improvement efforts using Action Planning and Problem Solving techniques.
- Confirm you organize; hard or soft skill to ensure industry and corporate standards are met; partner with Operations Shared Services Training to develop and organize development activities.
- Bring to mind continually assess Internal Processes and identify best practices to enhance effectiveness of the Monitoring Program.
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1.0 Initiating Process Group:
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