£55000 - £60000 per annum
7 months ago
Based in Stoke
£55,000 - £60,000 per annum DOE
* Have or be able to obtain the SC Clearance
The Cloud Infrastructure Engineer will contribute towards the development of the cloud framework and will be responsible for the continued management and support of Azure platforms and other cloud platforms within operations.
You will be responsible for the running of the cloud hosting platform, ensuring best practice is implemented. You will consult with the business leads to understand the business requirements and needs, translating these into technical solutions which ensure the service area continues to enable the business to achieve its targets and objectives.
An understanding of Technical Concepts:
Azure Resource Manager (ARM), Virtual Machines, VNets, Virtual Gateways and VPN, App Services, Storage Accounts, Backup Vault and Recovery Services, Azure SQL, Azure Functions
Observability: monitoring, performance metrics, logging, and automated response.
Product Lifecycle: development, UAT, production, EOL
Familiarity with product licensing: Microsoft, O365, and Azure
Configuration management, IAAC
Microsoft 365 platform admin
Exchange, SharePoint, Teams, OneDrive, PowerBi
Microsoft Endpoint Manager, Intune
PowerShell (.NET languages beneficial)
Azure Active Directory
Nutanix - Knowledge of Nutanix would be beneficial but not a requirement
Patch Management: WSUS, Azure Update Domains, Intune Update Rings
Server monitoring and performance metrics
Azure, Microsoft 365, or Windows Server certification highly desirable
Skills and Experience
Microsoft 365 and Azure
Working in diverse IT environments and teams.
Working with BAU teams supporting IT systems.
Delivering BAU and project work independently and as part of a larger team.
Translating business requirements into technical objectives.