IIS System Admin/Middleware/ Immediate/ Cleveland area

Discussion in 'MCSA' started by TOM, Mar 7, 2011.

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    TOM Guest

    As a Senior System Admin-Middleware, your essential job functions will
    include the following:

    · Monitor system for normal middleware operations including
    web/IIS, Coldfusion, network and server availability, performance
    tuning, error checking, error handling.

    · Recommend upgrades to maintain reliability and performance.

    · Manage or serve as a team member on upgrade/development

    · Development of automated monitoring and alerting for
    production processes.

    · Follow system management standards and procedures including
    naming conventions and directory structures, local and remote access
    rights, server and client software.

    · Perform day-to-day administration activities to ensure
    integrity, security and availability of production and development

    · Adhere to standard change control procedures across
    production and development environments.

    · Make recommendations and application design standards that
    will increase performance, reliability, and ease of administration.

    · Work closely with project teams and developers in support of
    project deliverables.

    · Work with the server Infrastructure team to maintain current
    releases of the operating system, application and software patch

    · Assist in establishing connectivity with OEM partners for
    file transfers, EDI data transmissions etc.

    · Monitor and resolve assigned priority issues in accordance
    to departmental metrics and established Service Level Agreement (SLA).

    · Monitor capacity thresholds including disk and memory
    storage requirements, assist with setup and periodic failover testing
    of high availability servers.

    · Work with the Application Development team in support of new
    applications development ensuring that the designs that are efficient
    and optimized to meet the performance needs of the business.

    · Resolve issues with support from the Applications
    Development, Infrastructure Team and vendor support teams
    TOM, Mar 7, 2011
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