STORAGE ADMINISTRATOR - (remote working)London Consulting
Pay Rate 300 £ day
STORAGE ADMINISTRATOR - (remote working)
Great opportunity for a Storage Administrator to join a well-known European company based in London.
This job will be remote working during COVID 19.
Duration: 12 months
Rate: £250 - 300 per day
Leading the Storage team, to guide the team for operational challenges
Playing the consultant role, to ensure improvements over time
Providing value additions for overall Storage landscape enhancement
(Ideally should not be more than 3-5)
- Experience in administrating and maintaining EMC VNX, Clariion, CX4 and NX4 Storage arrays
- Experience in administrating and maintaining Netapp FAS series NAS and Unified Storage arrays
- Managing IBM Storewize models and administration
- Hands-on experience in Dell storage arrays
- Storage array administration tasks and troubleshooting
- Understanding and experience in replication enablement (Local & Remote)
- Hands-on experience in SAN Fabric.(Zone management, De Zoning, LSAN, ISL, IFL)
- Hands-on experience in DC-DR SAN fabric management
- Minimum of 8 years' experience in Enterprise SAN, NAS and DAS management
- Ability to understand Storage landscape and provide recommendations for the same
- Good knowledge on Port management for effective SAN switch utilization
- Expertise in Capacity Management
- Working knowledge on SAN Scripting for BAU activities
- Understanding SAN Architecture for providing operational improvements
- Knowledge on Unified storage arrays and storage decommission
If you would like to be considered for this role, please apply for this position.
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