Storage Engineer TECH-52488

Nelson Technology is looking for a Storage Engineer for our client in Rancho Cordova, CA! Storage Engineer Responsibilities:
The Storage Engineer Provides administration, technical support and engineering for the Enterprise Storage Environment (SAN Storage and Backup & Recovery).
Specific deliverables for Operations are daily ticket service request handling and incident management in terms of overall availability/performance.
Project deliverables include system specifications, implementation plans, documentation, ongoing performance management and capacity planning for the existing devices within the Storage Environment.
This includes the allocation of SAN Storage and Backup resources, storage migration activities, upgrades and reporting functions to meet negotiated service levels.
These services require 24x7x365 high availability environment.
High level of operational support is required including on-call rotation and off-hour deployments.
Collaborates on and implements architecture recommendations, performs design related to application integration, system administration, problem management, preventive maintenance, and performance tuning, all within best practice standards.
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