Applied Insight

  • Virtualization Engineer

    Job Locations US-CA-Fairfield
    Posted Date 1 month ago(10/19/2018 10:32 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-1205
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    At Applied Insight, we leave no stone unturned in solving our customers’ technology challenges. Supporting the Federal Government with the strongest mission focus, our solutions empower people to collaborate more effectively in delivering services vital to the nation. Our unique approach to information technology considers people first. We make it our job to understand our customer’s mission and the user’s reality right from the start, combining technology and process to deliver what customers really need to succeed – from adaptation to innovation – drawing on our long experience of supporting the US Defense, Intelligence and Federal Civilian communities.

     

    Applied Insight (AI) is seeking a Virtualization Engineer in Travis AFB (CA).

    Responsibilities

    The Virtualization Engineer will assist in the installation, configuration and optimization of blade servers and SANs; and will perform upgrading and restoring of servers and SAN equipment.

    Qualifications

    • Active TS/SCI or Secret  clearance
    • Formal training in Windows server technology and SAN equipment (EMC-Dell, Netapp preferred)
    • DoD 8140 Information Assurance Certifications IAT Level II
    • Current CompTIA Security+ CE

    • VMware Certified Professional (VCP6) in vSphere 6.x or more recent
    • At least four (4) years of experience managing a government owned virtualized environment

    • 3 years experience in virtualizing environments
    • 5 years experience working with servers, to include blade server technology in a virtualized environment
    • 3 years experience in system integration
    • 3 years experience managing and maintaining data center backup capabilities
    • 3 years of enterprise storage experience in integration and migration of storage area network
    • Knowledge of SAN and network attached storage (NAS) technologies

     

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