Server Engineer

  • A Server Engineer takes the lead in maintaining the server and desktop infrastructure across various locations of an organization to ensure that its users can easily access mission-critical applications. The individual engineer troubleshoots issues at both the server and PC levels.

    The engineer suggests improvements to technology and implements them. This individual is responsible for maintaining the overall environment. As the candidates for this position coordinate with clients and partners, besides with technical as well as non-technical people in the organization, they need to have brilliant verbal and written communication skills.

    Engineers must have more than three years of experience in designing and supporting server. They configure and manage servers of different operating systems, such as Windows, macOS or Linux, including installing them, maintaining them, and fixing issues and future upgrades while implementing enhancements to improve performance and reliability. They also design, implement, and manage enterprise system technologies.

    These engineers support technologies, such as Active Directory, DFS, Terminal Servers, Hyper V, Internet Information Server, System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), and file server migrations.

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