Develop and implement monitoring and management tools to ensure established functional standards and expectations for servers and infrastructure systems are applied and followed by support team members.

More Uses of the Windows Servers Toolkit:

  • Ensure you reorganize; lead with expertise in creating repeatable, reliable, scalable systems architectures, with high availability, fault tolerance, performance tuning, monitoring, and statistics/metrics collection.
  • Collaborate with business owners to determine requirements for new systems and deliver solutions that best meet the business needs.
  • Be certain that your business performs analysis, specification, development, integration, and acquisition of systems for information applications by applying software, hardware, and standard information technology skills.
  • Be accountable for planning, coordinating, and installing various operating system and application software on a variety of servers and workstations.
  • Confirm your enterprise complies; conducts routine hardware and software audits of servers to ensure compliance with established policies and configuration guidelines.
  • Organize: management of domain and cloud environments, user accounts, email, collaboration functionality, and overall licensing.
  • Configure, install and maintain Windows Servers and related applications across a highly available, public facing environment.
  • Provide innovative ideas that enhance, expand, automate and/or optimize the systems and services supported by the Operations team.
  • Be accountable for managing and performing system configurations, software installations, updates, and upgrades to Windows Servers, applications, and other infrastructure systems.
  • Establish network users, user environments, directories, and security for network being installed, and maintains active directory infrastructure.
  • Confirm your organization administers assigned systems by providing maintenance, security, testing, upgrades and monitoring to ensure reliability and improved system performance.
  • Ensure you can design and architecture enterprise and/or web scale hosting platforms and can seamlessly administer application servers, web servers, and databases.
  • Provide physical to virtual conversion services for customers that wish or have a need to reduce the footprint of current physical infrastructures.
  • Initiate: actively lead enhancing functionality of current Windows Servers; virtualization environment and VDI installations.
  • Provide leadership and team working skills for leading technical projects and managing multiple projects across business and technology groups.
  • Develop and implement best practices and engineering standards for Windows and Macintosh Server configuration and optimization.
  • Drive: implement and monitor the enterprise Windows Servers testing and installation of patches, updates, additional tools, and future versions of all software on a regular basis.
  • Manage and maintain IT system changes via the Change Control System in accordance with your organizations Change Management Policies and Procedures.
  • Manage multiple active directory instances and multiple domains to support organizational growth and development initiatives.
  • Manage, monitor and support the day to day operations of the current environment, consisting of Office 365, Azure, Windows Servers and Desktops.
  • Manage work with database team to resolve performance issues, database capacity issues, replication, and other distributed data issues.
  • Be accountable for monitoring and supporting the processes, which move and manipulate environmental data throughout the computing environment.
  • Manage system requirements and derived requirements to ensure the system is compatible with defined architecture and meets customer needs.
  • Formulate: job is light if less lifting is involved and significant walking/standing is done or if done mostly sitting and requires push/pull on arm or leg controls.
  • Perform the optimizing of system operation and resource utilization, and perform system capacity analysis and planning.
  • Control: 5 support, coordinating with other teams , documenting the results and developing solutions to prevent future incidents.
  • Engage in technical problem solving across multiple technologies; often need to develop new methods to apply to the situation.
  • Control: backup the system administration in daily critical tasks related to things as system backups, error monitoring, and occasional desktop support.
  • Provide troubleshooting and configuration support for client desktop, networking environment and various other hardware devices.
  • Manage work with internal and external teams to maintain and support server and system solutions to meet business requirements and expectations, while maintaining services for end users.

 

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