Morgan Philips Executive
Jan 21, 2020Full time
Company description: Morgan Philips Group is an innovative recruitment business with a footprint across 4 continents. In just 5 years, we have built a global platform that disrupts conventional thinking in executive and professional recruiting. We combine high-touch consultancy with worldwide search capability and digital sourcing technologies to help you recruit better, faster and cost effectively. Job description: London based FinTech seek a Systems Engineering, to support global infrastructure within all sites and environments. YOU MUST have Good knowledge of Linux, we utilise RedHat Enterprise 7 & 6.5, Expert VMWare (5.5 and above) knowledge/hands on experience including vCOPS, command line usage, backup and restore technologies. Working knowledge of Cisco UCS hardware. Cloud experience, AWS preferable, Red Hat Satellite, Terraform and Ansible, Packer for automation, IBM MQ knowledge, preferable, Scripting experience (Bash, Python). Good knowledge of Microsoft operating Systems. Good usage and management of monitoring solutions (e.g.…SolarWinds, Nagios, DataDog). Strong knowledge of storage (Pure SAN) systems including storage management, monitoring and reporting capabilities. Good working understanding of OS networking - firewalling, Routing tables, gateways, tcp / udp, Good Microsoft Active Directory knowledge. Experience in a multi-site environment with a user base of 300+. Application Servers - File / Print / Mail / DNS / NTP / DHCP. Agile Ways of Working. Team Availability and Responsiveness. Demonstrate understanding of Physical and Virtual infrastructure incl. VMWare, Pure Storage, RHEL, Windows Servers, Active Directory and Cisco UCS. Experience on AWS technologies and certifications. Commercial experience managing systems infrastructure. Engaging with senior managers and key stakeholders. Develop detailed implementation plans to accommodate systems growth, security, and enhancements by maximizing functionality of systems equipment (e.g. VMWare, Pure Storage, Cisco UCS, etc.) To understand the architecture model sufficiently to be able to analyse the impact of changes and to support requests from the business and IT functions.