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Arbor SME

Job Title: Arbor SME
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berkshire, Berkshire
Industry:
Salary: £450 - £550 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 4 days
REF: ARB/ARH300415
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email: amyh@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

I am looking for an engineer with ARBOR/DDOS infrastructure specialist skills for a client based in the Berkshire area.

This person must be highly skilled with a deep knowledge of Arbor networks DDOS Protection Infrastructure.

They will be required to provide a few days training to a small team currently using this system. They are able to use the system, but need deeper knowledge on some of the key features around automating reporting, creating reporting templates and advanced managed object creation

 

- 3 years + working operationally with Arbor

-Ability to pass on your knowledge to others

 

* This is just a short term piece of work, no longer than 5 days to be done during the normal office hours between 9-5.30 *

 

 

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