IT Storage & Data Center Engineer H/F

Ref : JRQ$-23561

Paris

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Job description

Murex is a recognized global leader in software development for trading, risk management and processing. Every day banks, asset managers, corporations and utilities, across the world, rely on Murex people and Murex solutions to support their capital markets activities. Our motto “pioneering again” sums it all up: since its creation, Murex has reinvented itself time and again to adapt to capital markets revolutions – each time offering innovative software solutions to the industry.

Over 2000 specialists are located across our 17 offices: Beijing, Beirut, Dubai, Dublin, Hong Kong, London, Luxembourg, Moscow, New York, Paris, Sao Paulo, Santiago, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, and Toronto.

Context:

As an IT Storage & Datacenter Engineer and attached to a domain manager you will be part of a team of 4 people (2 in Paris, 1 in New York, 1 in Singapor) responsible of the global storage and datacenters infrastructures (majority located in France).

Missions :

    • operate and continuously improve  the following solutions : SAN (DellEMC Compellent, HPE Nimble), NAS (DellEMC Isilon) and backup solution(Cohesity).
    • handle incidents, user requests and change management on  the Storage & Backup solutions.
    • ensure proper monitoring  of the operated systems with the adapted monitoring tools.
    • participate in the design of new solutions such as new storage arrays or third party software linked to these systems.
    • enhance operations by automating them through scripts (bash linux/unix powershell) & REST API .
    • documenting the operational procedures.
    • building high level reports for team meetings.
    • assist the local datacenter technicians in escalations (typically with hardware vendors), maintain the tools provided to the local technicians (global compute dashboards and firmware management tools) .
    • assist on non-standard urbanization and specific datacenter maintenances such as the regular power maintenances.
    • regularly (~once per month) intervene in the France datacenters.