Consultant - Storage
Velocity Technology Solutions is expanding and is adding an experienced Storage – Consultant to join our dynamic and highly successful team. We are currently interviewing for an experienced Storage - Consultant for our global team. Velocity offers Cloud services across public, private and hybrid cloud environments and is an Advanced AWS partner.
This position will serve as a key individual contributor on an existing Infrastructure team. The candidate will have responsibility for documenting and implementing guidelines, establishing best practices, and defining automation and systems management facilities to deploy and support large scale application and database deployments in our virtual private cloud.
- Three+ years of experience in at least two enterprise backup applications
- Experience with SAN/iSCSI design/management (storage and network) including snapshot/replication technologies (IBM XIV, EMC, Data Domain, NetApp, FlashCopy, and Veeam).
- Accustomed to being measured for success based on the availability and performance of mission critical highly available production environments with stringent SLAs.
- Experienced planning and coordinating such deployments and upgrades in an environment with formal change control and compliance processes (e.g., ITIL, SOX, and SAS70).
- Experience in ongoing support of large-scale environments including capacity planning.
- Demonstrated experience in dealing with large-scale, highly available, and SLA managed services.
- 3-5 years’ experience in engineering, architecture, automation and backup/replication technology
- Demonstrated leadership and agent for driving change
- Effective verbal and written and communication skills.
- Efficient time management and organizational skills.
- Experience in multi-tenant environments with relational databases Oracle 11g RAC, SQL, Cisco, SAN fabrics
- Experience with monitoring platforms such as Nagios, and/or Tivoli.
- Experience with ITIL discipline.
- BS Degree in computer science, engineering or equivalent experience