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Server and Storage Administrator


Posted on May 11, 2018

2 - 3 years Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Any Nationality

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Server and Storage Administrator Job vacancy, we are looking for experienced and talented Server and Storage Administrator for Dubai. Category Server and Storage Administrator/Administration Jobs.
Job Responsibilities
• 2nd and 3rd line support of client estate in-line with required SLA
• BAU support of local and remote server based service delivery infrastructure
• Commissioning and decommissioning of client based hardware, operating systems and applications (physical or virtual)
• Infrastructure and service improvement.
• Interface with 3rd party suppliers and vendors .
• Working on long term problem queues along with support calls.
Job Requirements
• Experience in an Server & Storage IT Infrastructure environment
• Experience in a multi-tenancy environment supporting over 2000 users and 500 servers.
• Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop 7.x (CCA-V,CCP-V,CCE-V)
• NetApp storage administration (C-Mode/7-Mode) NCDA/NCIE
• Desirable Veeam 9 B&R configuration & administration

IT - Software Services



citrix xenapp Storage Administrator Operating systems IT infrastructure Service delivery NetApp storage Support XenDesktop Hardware Problem


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