VMware administrators build and install computer infrastructure, which encompasses hardware, servers, and virtual machines, using a VMware environment such as vSphere. Afterward, they configure it for production by creating user accounts, controlling access to networks, and managing storage and security settings.
VMware expertise – VMware administrators should have advanced proficiency with vSphere, vSAN, and other VMware products and platforms. In general, they must be adept at network engineering, with working knowledge of firewalls, servers, networks, and operating systems.
Troubleshooting – it’s important for VMware administrators to be excellent problem-solvers who can determine the main source of product issues and provide quick, elegant solutions.
Attention to detail – when building and maintaining computer infrastructure, VMware administrators must ensure that all details are correct, from software code to configuration settings, in order to avoid malfunctions, bugs, and security breaches.
Customer service – although their work is mostly analytical, VMware administrators must possess a strong customer orientation, as they provide technical support as requested and explain complex topics in layman’s termsTechnical writing – VMware administrators must be comfortable with technical writing if they are to produce documentation about infrastructure design, quality standards, testing procedures, and other essential project information. Likewise, they must be able to interpret diagrams and system plans.
Required Technical and Professional Expertise
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: ₹50,000.00 - ₹125,000.00 per month