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Antony
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Subject: Server Virtualization Engineer
Server virtualization uses a specially created software that lets administrators make one physical server act as if they are several virtual machines. Each of these machines behaves like a unique physical device that can run its operating system (OS).

Right candidates for this position should have excellent verbal and written communication skills because they would have to interact with vendors and customers. They should also be able to work well in a team.

Servers Engineer will install, maintain, and support system software and hardware used by development groups at organizations, provide support and consultancy for multiple environments, administer systems, monitor, upgrade, maintain, install, organize, configure, and deploy systems within VMware environments. They will also assess new technologies and methods, work along with other teams to maintain consistency of internal policies and procedures, communicate effectively about issues and requirements, and have the ability to assess new approaches and technologies. They will have to document these processes.

Engineers design, deploy and maintain supporting infrastructures, such as cSphere, XenServer, ESX Hosts, and vCenter.  They ensure that virtualized environments are functioning properly. 

Engineers need to script and manage peripherals, such as scanners, printers, and copiers and other such devices in a VMware VDI environment. They must install, configure, and manage components of the VMware virtualization environment, such as VSphere, ESX, VRM, etc.

https://www.fieldengineer.com/skills/server-virtualization…
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