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3rd Line Server/ Storage Engineer

  • Job reference: 14689
  • Location: Chessington
  • Job type: Contract
  • Start date: Not specified
  • Contact: Not specified
  • Sector: Infrastructure & Cloud Services
  • Salary: £350 - £450 per day

3rd Line Server/ Storage Engineer- HP Flex Blades, C7000, VMware, ESX

A leading retailer are on the lookout for a 3rd Line Servers/ Storage Engineer with VMware hyperviser estate experience. EXS experience is essential, as is experience with HP Flex/Chassis and C7000.

Key Skills:

3rd Line experience
Servers (HP Flex/C7000)
VMware and SAN storage
Strong technical/build bacground
Experience working in a 10,000+ organisation

If you have the necessary skills, please apply now.

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