Client Technical Architect

Job Description

    • Build up and continuously improve IT infrastructure on IBM outsourcing accounts;
    • Align with IBM global instruction
    • deploy automation assets to IBM internal and commercial accounts;
    • Actively participate optimization and service improvement to IBM monitoring center;
    • Support severe incident trouble shooting and resolution;
    • Lead and motivate delivery team to learn and study leading edge technology such as Cloud, Analitic, Watson and Mobility;
    • Actively participate IT Architect community activity
Specialized in architecture and business transformation, strategy development, business model innovation, service design and architecture, operating model design and transformation planning
Ability to clarify complicated technical concerns to non-technical individuals forming a bridge between business units and technical teams,

Required Technical and Professional Expertise

Required Expertise

Enhanced architectural skills on IT Services and Systems Management.
Experienced with Cloud, Analytics, Mobile and Security Processes

  • Requirements:
    Must have 5 years of experience with:
    High Availability design and implementation in area of AIX, Linux or Windows
    Familiar with main SAN storage implementation and operation
    Windows operating system support
    Linux(Redhat, Susie or CentOS)
    IBM/No-IBM SW: monitoring, middleware, data base.
    Knowledge with Open Source technology is desirable

    Good at Disaster Recovery design and drill
    Good at ITIL implementation and execution


Preferred Tech and Prof Experience

NA

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