MSK is transforming and modernizing its data centers to Software Defined Network environment. We are looking for a candidate with proven foundational knowledge and experience of data center-centric networking concepts and technologies. This position has a particular focus on modern campus network virtualization, convergence, and security.
The candidate should have experience in high-end network equipment (i.e. Cisco, Arista), LAN/WAN protocols, spine-and-leaf architecture, network applications such as DNS, DHCP, and in-depth knowledge of TCP/IP, network protocols including EVPN, VXLAN, BGP, OSPF and EIGRP, network security policy and configuration.
Undertake the installation of data equipment, including data racks, patch panels, cable trays, network devices and components
Replace faulty network hardware components when required.
Communicate with campus users to quickly identify network-related issues.
Solve network-related issues (i.e., with span/mirror, tap aggregation, tcpdump, wireshark and etc)
Implement large scale network with hierarchical (three-layer) internetworking model: access, distribution, and core layers.
In-depth and hands-on experience with Cisco and Arista switch platforms, ideally in a data center-centric environment.
Strong practical experience, understanding and troubleshooting on the different types of cables, such as CAT6A/CAT6/CAT5, MPO, OM3/OM4/OS2 optical fibers, breakout cables, etc.
Strong working experience in implementing large scale data center-centric network; spine and leaf architecture.
Experience in Cloud services (AWS and Azure), modern datacenter architecture, and Software Defined Network (SDN) a plus
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