SumTotal System's is seeking a talented and motivated Storage Administrator to join our On Demand Hosting team to support our evergrowing storage infrastructure. In addition to your daily operational responsibilities, you will lead projects with minimal guidance, coach junior team members, and help set team strategy. As a Storage Administrator II, you will leverage your expertise in NAS, SAN, and backup technologies to work with SumTotal's hosted applications and solutions.
This position will determine Storage Area Network (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS) needs and optimal solutions to meet those needs. Research new technologies and advances in existing technologies to meet business requirements. Ensure SAN/NAS performance and balanced load across subsystems to optimize for highest priority applications. Installs and configures disk arrays, virtual storage devices, file systems and volume managers. Apply required patches to storage platforms. Manage storage software and hardware license and support contracts. Implement and maintain data replication storage to meet customer requirements. Develop detailed documentation of production and maintenance for all storage, configurations, processes and procedures. Storage security and auditing. Capacity reporting and forecasting.
Work with teams to extract requirements and propose appropriate storage solutions and standards. Create and maintain optimal backup, restore and redundancy solutions for business critical data. Direct experience with design, implementation and management of storage area networks (SAN), with expertise in Netapp filers, SAN fabric switches(Brocade), and replication technologies. Extensive experience in design and documentation of backup/restore strategies via enterprise class backup solutions such as On-Line and automated tape library systems. Experience with Micreosoft Windows, Linux/Solaris and a variety of associated file systems.
We are looking for a driven individual with proven self-directed and proactive technology accomplishments in multiple datacenter environments.