£450 - £500 per day
over 1 year ago
3 months +
VMware NSX-T Architect x 2
£450.00-£500.00 per day - INSIDE IR35
The VMware NSX-T Architect will take ownership of the design, development and testing of the Private/Hybrid Cloud network solution. They will take a central role collaborating with the Lead Architect, Virtualization, Automation and Security Teams.
Provide planning, designing, installing, configuring, and upgrading support for vRealize Automation, vRealize Orchestrator and NSX-T.
Create Network Designs, Blueprints and Standards for the implementation in the DCs
Provide support of L2/L3 understanding in a Leaf-Spine configuration of network infrastructure to VMware best practice using NSX-T
L3 dynamic routing (e.g. BGP)
Troubleshooting network problems and outages
Ability to develop use cases supporting containers and an NSX-T approach.
Understanding of modern IT and DevOps DC's and cloud operations.
Experience with monitoring solutions such as VMware vRealize Suite
Designing (high level), implementing and maintaining network infrastructure at different scales (LAN/WAN/MAN)
Extensive experiences with Layer 2, 3, and 4 technologies
Experience in designing, implementing and maintaining network infrastructure at different scales (LAN/WAN/MAN)
Understanding of VLAN routing between L3 devices and VMware support configuration using NSX
Experience with VMware and advanced technologies
Knowledge of networking and security products, solutions, and services, Network security tools and networking concepts such as firewalls, IDS/IPS, and Security/Trust Zones.
Extensive experiences with Layer 2, 3, and 4 technologies, with the ability to apply the knowledge and experience in the design and implementation of global service provider's core and backbone network
Experience with various networking technology, including MPLS, VPLS, VLAN, Geneve, LTM/GTM, BGP, ACL, NAT, VPN, IPv4/IPv6
Background in automated network environments, Network components and concepts such as: Routers, switches, load balancers, and other networking and security components
Virtual networking components, dynamic routing protocols
Networking protocols such as BGP and OSPF
VLANs, VPN, Unicast vs Multicast, Management Networks, IP subnetting, and network design
NSX Vmware with VR & VRO