To become successful, you will need to have a degree in computer science, IT, electronics with cloud computing or a related field. Experience in VMware ESX Enterprise administration would be an added advantage.
VMware Engineers are in charge of managing and maintaining the VMware infrastructure. The Engineers are involved in a team environment with a cluster of Systems Engineers. They frequently collaborate and make efforts with engineers from both the Network engineering and the operations Support Center-OSC, department to help a range of customer environments across multiple data centers.
VMware infrastructure is one of the best support which provides a rich set of virtual networking elements. They need to have a thorough knowledge of VMware ESX and related technologies. Out of several other roles, the standard job responsibilities are as follows:
To design, install, and administer virtualization (VMware and Hyper-V) products.
Regular support of VMware and windows environment by resolving the escalated tickets for the internal and external customer.
Identify and implement the rectified operational issues.
Technical responsibilities of an Engineer includes to build and administer multiple VMware products across multiple data centers. Engineers in this platform, are good to have the experience on Cisco IOS, EMC Clarion, and EqualLogic PS series SAN perform
VMware Workstation is the highly specialized Cloud Computing system which allows running multiple virtual machines to a single physical machine. VMware Engineers in this domain has strong technical acumen with a deep knowledge of the fundamentals of VMware ESX and related technologies.
The essential certification is VCP -vSpehere, and VCAP. Nowadays, unlike before there are different types of VMware certification, but VCP is a must as it’s a launch pad for excelling in this field. Broadly, accreditations come with Datacenter Certification and Desktop Certification.