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VmWare Integration Expert

Job Title: VmWare Integration Expert
Contract Type: Contract
Location: United States Virgin Island, United States Virgin Island
Salary: US$0.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J8337_1498488193
Contact Name: Matthew Gilbranch
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

VmWare Integration Expert

We are urgently looking for a resource based in the USA to perform the following next to our own technical lead. Person needs to be willing to work in CET time zone occasionally and needs to be based physically in NAO.

Role : Technical Lead migrations

Activities : Preparing migration, building migration tunnel, setup tooling, coordinate activities and resources, test migration, troubleshoot and solve technical issues on request of PM

Timespan : as from now, 3 month with possible extension, project is running at least till end 2017)

Skills : Windows, VMware, Amazon Web Services (pré), migration experience (e.g. PlateSpin, ATAdata, Racemi)

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