Job Description :
Someone with very strong VMWare hands on experience.
System Architect II is responsible for the research and design of the physical and virtual computing infrastructure. The System Architect II will participate in a variety of activities, including researching emerging technologies, defining requirements; assessing server, storage, workstation and infrastructure sizing; analyzing hardware and virtual configurations to meet application requirements; and designing load balancing and clustering solutions. They are required to prepare architectural design documentation, including diagrams and inventories.

Specifically, the System Architect II requires:
Knowledge of designing, implementing, and troubleshooting servers, storage, workstation and all their components.
Knowledge of implementing and troubleshooting complex server/storage architectures.
Ability to perform technical analysis of hardware/ software of enterprise class server and storage architectures.
Excellent verbal, written, presentation and interpersonal skills are required. Communicate technical ideas in writing and in group presentations clearly and precisely.
Advanced knowledge and ability to provide day to day support for data server/storage infrastructure supporting voice, data video conferencing, unified communications and collaboration systems and customers.
Ability plan, design and implement server/storage systems, including configurations. Has the ability to support/ troubleshoot server/storage problems.
Develop system enterprise solutions to monitor server/storage performance and measurement methods.

The System Architect II requires 5 - 9 years’ experience with any combination of the following technologies:
Microsoft Operating Systems (server and workstation)
VMware (Required)
Storage Technologies (SAN, Solid State, SVC)
Exchange / Outlook
Microsoft System Center Operation Manager
Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Microsoft System Service Manager
Active Directory / ADSF
Education requirement is a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a math, science, or technology related field of study.