Tuesday , July 7 2020

Sky Careers – Virtualisation Engineer

Website Sky

Job Description:

The Virtualisation team require a Team Leader / Infrastructure Engineer to provide in-depth 24×7 operational support of a large Enterprise Virtualisation Platform of over 1950 ESX hosts and 37000 VM’s.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Planning, Installation, Configuration and maintaining all VMWare environments
  • Develop patch releases, use scripting and automation to enable efficient & consistent task completion, configuration checks & remediation and to provide rich reporting information.
  • Manage people, tasks, planning and provide technical guidance.
  • Improving and simplifying operational processes via automation
  • Be involved in fault diagnosis and problem management
  • Proactive management and monitoring & troubleshooting operational issues.
  • Participate in the development and delivery of new virtualisation technologies;

Job Requirements:

  • An understanding of a broad range of technologies such as Security, Windows Server, Linux, Databases, Kubernetes, DevOps etc
  • Experience of managing a team, resource planning, vendor relationships, licencing and infrastructure lifecycles.
  • Building effective working relationships with a variety of infrastructure and application teams to ensure that the technology meets the end customer requirements.
  • Knowledge of NSX-T, virtual & physical core networking.
  • An active interest in virtualisation technologies and participant in virtualisation communities.
  • A strong VMware ESXi and vCenter experience as well as demonstrable evidence of participation in virtualisation deployment, delivery & troubleshooting.
  • Good communication and relationship management skills in order to communicate in a clear and structured manner at peer levels within Sky.
  • Knowledge of PowerCLI scripting & automation
  • Experience of VSAN, VROPS, Log Insight

Job Details:

Company:  Sky

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Cardiff, Wales, UK

Application Deadline: N/A

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