AIX Administrator/Technical Architect

Company Name:
Expinfo Inc.
Job Code : EXP_4798
Title : AIX Administrator/Technical Architect
Job Location : Albany, NY
Mandatory Requirements : At least 84 months of experience installing, configuring and supporting IBM Power Systems via IBM HMC; including but not limited to Virtual Input/Output (VIO) Servers using the Advanced Power Virtualization. At least 60 months of experience with IBM Disk and Storage Area Network (SAN) administration; including but not limited to Fibre Directors/Switches, SAN Management software, IBM SAN Volume Controller (SVC), DS8100, and XIV. At least 18 months experience with data center migrations from one location to another for storage and/or compute. At least 18 months experience working with EMC storage platforms; including but not limited to Avamar, Atmos, and VPlex. At least 60 months of experience with administering enterprise backup solutions of IBM systems such as Tivoli Storage Manager; including but not limited to Sybase and Oracle DB backups using the SQL Backtrack agent. At least 84 months experience installing, configuring and administering Unix utilities; including but not limited to NFS, Samba, SSH, sudo, tar, and Sysback. IBM eServer Certified Advanced Technical Expert for pSeries and/or AIX 5L Certification.
Desirable Requirements :
Education Required : Associate
Employment Type : Contract - Corp-to-Corp, Contract - Independent, Contract - W2
Interview Type : Face To Face
Salary($) : Negotiable
Travel Required(%) : None
Duration : 24 (in Months)
Remaining Duration : 24 (in Months)
Job Post Date : April 21, 2014
Job Expiration Date : April 25, 2014
No of Position : 1
Zip Code : 12241
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