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Network Engineer - F5, DataCentre, NOC, Nexus

  • Job reference: DG - 24577
  • Location: London
  • Job type: Contract
  • Start date: Not specified
  • Contact: Not specified
  • Sector: Infrastructure & Cloud Services
  • Salary: £400 - £425 per day
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Network Engineer - F5, DataCentre, NOC, Nexus

Seeking a network engineer with strong F5 GTM/LTM load balancer experience having provided both network operations / bau and project support and engineering with cisco networking. Nexus 2k, 5k, 7k switches. Experience of DC migration/consolidations is highly desired.


- Network Operations - Engineering & Support

- F5, GTM/LTM Load balancers

- Datacentre Migration, Consolidations

- High availability, enterprise network environment e.g. low latency

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