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Performance Monitoring Engineer

Performance Management and Monitoring Engineer

Mosaic451 is seeking to add an IT Performance Management and Monitoring Engineer add to our existing team.  This position is supporting a customer that we have in the Phoenix, AZ area. The position works in support of fulfilling contractual deliverables, including infrastructure monitoring, planning, new/future tools evaluations, support, performance management, system administration, technical support, and system scalability. 


  • Work with internal and external customer teams to determine optimal solutions for current and future management/monitoring solutions
  • Provide consultation for existing and future tool sets as a subject matter expert around Network and Systems management and monitoring suites
  • Make recommendations to enhance current tool sets, assess requests for enhancement, and provide high-level guidance for internal or customer tools teams
  • Provide input and responses to customer RFP/RFQ’s for tools solutions
  • Provide on-site architecture, engineering, and consulting sessions with customers for new or existing tools
  • Design and engineer point solutions between tools for feeding data between disparate systems, ETL data with scripts/middleware for converged monitoring solutions
  • Work with internal customer teams on requests for operational changes or enhancements to monitoring and performance tools


Minimum Requirements:

  • Must have 5+ years operational, design, and leadership experience with commercial and open-source monitoring, performance, and management tool software including but not limited to:
    • Nagios/Nagios XI/CheckMK
    • HP BSM, OMW, NNMi, iSPI, Sitescope
    • Splunk/Nitro/LogRhythm/SyslogNG/RSyslog/Kibana/Logstash
    • CA Spectrum, eHealth, UIM
    • Zabbix, OpenNMS, Cacti, NMIS, Netdisco, and other OSS tool suites
    • ServiceNow, ITSM Integration, IBM Maximo, other service desk implementations
  • Must be fluent with various systems infrastructure technologies for management and monitoring protocols across operating systems including Windows, Linux, Mac, Unix, and various other vendor variants
  • Must be fluent with various systems infrastructure technologies for management and monitoring protocols for Network, Security, Systems, and Storage appliances including but not limited to:
    • Cisco, Juniper, Arista, Brocade Network
    • Citrix, F5, Fortinet, Kemp ADC/Load-Balancers
    • Fortinet, Palo Alto, Cisco, Juniper Firewalls
  • Must be proficient in cross-platform development languages, python, ruby, perl, tcl, powershell, bash shell, .net, or like
  • Must be proficient with Management Protocols for cross-system communications, SNMP, WMI, RPC, HTTP-based API’s, and other legacy communications means
  • Must be proficient across application vendors, architectures, and disciplines including but not limited to:
    • Microsoft AD/ADFS Domain/IDP/AAA Providers, Enterprise Certificates
    • Microsoft Desktop and Server Endpoint Management
    • Apple Mac Desktop Endpoint Management
    • Apple IOS and Google Android Mobile Endpoint Management
    • Linux/Unix Desktop and Server Endpoint Management
    • Microsoft Application Infrastructures (MSSQL, MSMQ, .Net, Powershell, WMI, RPC, Sharepoint, WCF, etc)
    • Oracle Enterprise Software, DB/RAC, Websphere, Java, JMS, etc)
    • Data Center Networking, Routing/Switching, performance/fault evaluation
    • Hadoop/Mongo Data Warehousing
    • Kafka, Tibco, RabbitMQ, ZeroMQ, MSMQ, JMS data brokers and message queue busses
    • Machine Learning and “big data” concepts, R development, Tensorflow, GPU/FPGA acceleration
  • Experience with large provider or enterprise environments with numerous types of systems to understand performance, scalability, and security of various given solutions
  • Able to present confidence as a subject-matter expert both internally and externally toward customers with excellent written and oral communication skills

Education and Certification Requirements:

  • B.A. or B.S. in Computer Science or related field (preferred but not required)
  • Network/Security/Application Vendor Training and Certifications





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