Seems like Netapp (Network Appliance) is on a Hiring Spree
I just browsed their job portal & found below openings. What is listing below is hardly 30% of what is listed as Netapp job opportunities in US. There are multile job positions for each of these job desingations. So
Pro's who have experience
New college grads interested to work in storage
You all have enough openings listed on their job portal. Since Netapp is one among storage leaders their profile expectation or skills expected for these openings are considerably high. But if you want to be part of such a growing company & if you want to get their best pay package you should also be the best. If not dont worry its not a tough task to achieve these skills/knowledge , you need to work hard & put enough time & efforts there is no shortcuts. There are also some lucky ones who clear these interviews with less preparations as well .
So here are some of the Netapp job openings,
Job Designation ::: Job Code ::: Location
Engineering Program Manager 4 - Product Lifecycle Process 0106561070001 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Engineering Program Manager 5 0106320070003 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Manager Power Systems Engineering 0106150070001 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Manager, Build and Development Tools 0106520070002 US-NC-Raleigh
Manager, Software Engineering 0106314060008 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Manager, Engineering 0106700060008 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Manager, Software Quality Assurance 0106414060018 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters), US-NC-Raleigh
Program Manager, Business Operations 0104020070002 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters), US-NC-Raleigh
Member of Technical Staff 0106413070002 US-CA-Irvine, US-CA-San Francisco, US-CA-San Ramon, US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Member of Technical Staff, Hardware 0108310070023 US-PA-Cranberry Township
Member Technical Staff – Platform Software 0106172060002 US-PA-Pittsburgh
Member Technical Staff, Software 0108310070022 US-NC-Raleigh
MTS 3. Data Retention File Systems Engineer 0106261060023 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
MTS Diagnostics Software 0106116060009 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Mts Sw 2 0106521070001 US-PA-Pittsburgh
MTS SW 4/5 - (MRL) 0106113070002 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
MTS SW 5 0106113060006 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Networking QA 0106114060010 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Continuing Product Engineer -Design 0106135070001 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
File System Software Engineer 0106411060004 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Embedded Systems/Firmware Engineer(0106162060009 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Embedded Systems/Firmware Engineer (0106162060008 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Automation Quality Engineer 4(0106513070003 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Automation Test Engineer 4 0106513070002 US-CA-San Francisco
Build Engineer 0106521070004 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Engineering Labs Administrator(0106535060003 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
File Systems Engineer 0106430060024 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters), US-MA-Waltham
HA Failover SQA - GX 0106114060006 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Hardware Engineer - Platform 0106220070004 US-NC-Raleigh
QA Engineer 3 0176880060008 US - Decru Headquarters
Performance Analyst - System Software (GX) 0106314070005 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
Power Engineer 0106136060002 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
New College Grad - Member Technical Staff – Platform Software 0106172060001 US-PA-Pittsburgh
New College Grad - File Systems Engineer 0106430060029 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
New College Grad - Software QA Engineer 0106333070001 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
New College Grad - Software SCM Tools Engineer 0106520070007 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
New College Grad - Software Tools Engineer 0106520070006 US-CA-Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
New College Grad- Software 0106370070004 US-PA-Pittsburgh
Intern 0176860070004 US-CA-Redwood City
Intern 0106300070012 US-CA-San Francisco
Intern 0106431070001 US-CA-Redwood City
Intern, Quality Assurance 0106333070002 US-NC-Raleigh
Junior Software Engineer 1406860070009 Israel (IL)
Kernel Expert / Storage Device Driver Expert 1406860070012 Israel (IL)
L3 Support Engineer 1406860070007 Israel (IL)
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Tuesday, June 19, 2007
Seems like Netapp (Network Appliance) is on a Hiring Spree
What is NAS ?
A NAS device is a server that runs an operating system specifically designed for handling files (rather than block data). Network-attached storage is accessible directly on the local area network (LAN) through LAN protocols such as TCP/IP.
NAS appliances serve files in heterogeneous environments. The result is efficient access to data, regardless of where you're located in the organization or which devices comprise the network. The following several components make a NAS efficient:
A dedicated server: Usually a thin server within the storage device, the server has its own network address and allows all of the computers on the network to access the storage device without involving a host server. So, to some extent, the network is completely circumvented. For example, when the network experiences outages, users can still access data through the NAS appliance without being affected by the status of the network.
A thin server is a server with just the basic software and hardware to perform a specific function.
A network connection: This is typically an Ethernet connection. The connection to the LAN or WAN allows access to data from all points on the network without consideration to where the user making the request actually resides on the network.
Software: This provides a range of services. The most typical of those services are access to storage, storage I/O (input/output) processing applications, RAID (redundant array of independent disks) storage control, security, administration, and monitoring.
A NAS appliance is connected directly to a network and provides file-level access to data using standard data access protocols. The data stored in a NAS appliance is accessible to users across the organization, as well as to application servers, and remote servers that have access to the network. The file system the NAS appliance uses is determined by the location of the data that is requested by the application client and whether it's in a cache or in storage.
For complete efficiency, the NAS appliance usually occupies its own node on the network. In such a configuration, the single appliance (server) handles all the data storage on the network, taking the load off of the application or enterprise server. This provides a high level of file consolidation, streamlines file access, and lowers the cost of managing storage.
Additional reductions in cost can be found in the fewer pieces of hardware required. With fewer devices to manage, fewer problems occur, even when multiple NAS appliances are needed to accomplish efficient storage.
In future posts you'll find out how to determine whether you need a single NAS appliance or multiple NAS appliances to meet your storage needs.
NAS hardware and software
NAS hardware is fairly straightforward. The NAS device is a self-contained, Plug and Play unit that connects directly to the network and, in most cases, can be installed and configured in 15 minutes or less. That ease of installation is the answer to every busy IT manager's prayers. However, there are other advantages to NAS, such as the following:
High availability: Many NAS appliances have fault-tolerance capabilities or clustering functionality built in.
Scalability: NAS appliances scale easily in both capacity and performance.
Universal connectivity: NAS appliances typically allow for multiple network connections. This enables more users to connect to a common storage element at any given time.
Data sharing: One of the most basic functions of NAS is heterogeneous data sharing via the built-in file-sharing capabilities.
Storage management: NAS storage management is centralized and the administration of system management is simple. One advantage of this simplified management is the increase in capacity that can be managed by each administrator.
Most NAS devices also have a set of core software features that power the solutions. Those core features are the operating system, management capabilities, and universal connectivity, and although the specifics of these core features differ according to vendor, a basic set of core features comes packaged with most NAS appliances.
The operating system is preinstalled on the NAS appliance and can affect how the device is deployed. The three most common operating systems are Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003, Unix/Linux, and NetWare. The operating system that you select depends on your organization's preferences and business needs.
Most NAS appliances have preinstalled management capabilities, usually accessible via a web browser. These management features mean that managing NAS is flexible and can be accomplished from any location with web access.
One of the most attractive features of NAS is the ability to access files using a variety of disparate file protocols. This ability means that you don't need to acquire any additional seat licenses, and each different existing server (or even multiple servers with different operating systems) doesn't need its own storage box.
Additional software features
In addition to the core software features of NAS devices, most vendors also offer a variety of advanced, value-added software capabilities. These capabilities are pick and choose, according to the specific needs of your business. It's in the pick-and-choose features that you begin to differentiate the low-end NAS installation from the mid-grade and high-end NAS installations. Your specific business needs and vendor offerings determine which advanced software features are appropriate, but some of the extended features are:
Server clustering: In some cases, you want to configure your storage solution to include more than one NAS appliance, but you want all of the NAS appliances to act as one unit. Server clustering is the capability that enables this feature. You should consider using server clustering if high availability is required. If your data is mission critical, or if having a temporary outage of your organization's NAS appliance could stop the normal workflow of your business, multiple NAS devices and server clustering are combined to create a redundant solution that assures you'll never have downtime. When clustered, if one NAS device fails, other NAS devices in the cluster pick up the slack.
Data replication: This is a protection technology that creates a complete mirror image of all the data located on one NAS appliance to a second NAS appliance. After the initial mirroring is completed, only the changes to the data are synchronized at the time of the change. If a network failure or outage occurs and data needs to be restored quickly, an exact, easy-to-access replica of that data already exists.
Data snapshot: Occasionally, a user accidentally deletes a file and, in some cases, the IT department (or IT person, as the case may be) has to be called in to recover the deleted data. This situation can be time-consuming, frustrating, and costly. However, having the ability to take a data snapshot mitigates that expenditure. A data snapshot is a point-in-time copy of all data on a NAS device that is duplicated and stored on another NAS device or other backup media. The snapshot can then be accessed from individual workstations as needed, without getting IT involved.
A NAS solution is pretty straightforward, and that's one of the reasons that it's one of the fastest-growing storage technologies in the United States at this time. However, there are instances in which a single NAS appliance won't do the job.
Some of my blog readers showed interest in Networking Interview questions
Users are complaining of delays when using the network. What would you do?
what are the differences between devices working in different layers ?
How do you configure windows to access linux shares
What are some of the problems associated with operating a switched LAN?
Explain TCP/IP layer
Name some of the ways of combining TCP/IP traffic and SNA traffic over the same link.
How do you build a non-congestion network
What sort of cabling is suitable for Fast Ethernet protocols?
What is a Class D IP address?
What factors are to be considered while designing a network implementation ?
Why do I sometimes lose a server's address when using more than one server?
What is Firewall?
How do I monitor the activity of sockets?
How would I put my socket in non-blocking mode?
What are RAW sockets?
What is the role of TCP protocol and IP protocol.
What is UDP?
Explain how you troubleshoot a router issue ?
How can I make my server a daemon?
How should I choose a port number for my server?
Layers in TCP/IP
Explain some of your work experience on managed switches features ?
How can I be sure that a UDP message is received?
How to get IP header of a UDP message
When you prefer Gigabit ethernet over FC ?
Writing UDP/SOCK_DGRAM applications
How many bytes in an IPX network address?
What is the difference between MUTEX and Semaphore?
What is priority inversion?
Different Solutions to dining philosophers problem.
What is a message queue?
Questions on Shared Memory.
What is DHCP?
Working of ping, telnet, gopher.
Can I connect two computers to internet using same line ?
Working of TCP and SSL Handshake
How P2P softwares work?
Setting up TOMCAT web service
Port numbers for FTP, HTTP, telnet, POP, finger
Difference - Passive FTP, Active FTP
Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) what is it?
Security threats due to use of CGI
What is "spoofing"
Where could you find Apache server web log
Find web visitors by country
What is Virtual Private Network (VPN) and how does it work?
How does routing work?
I will try to post the answers too soon
But plz email firstname.lastname@example.org &* let me know your interests
I help many people prepare for their interviews. I have observed frequently that whenever someone is preparing for their new job interviews they will usually by under lot of pressure. I have also seen lots of exceptions where people directly goto a job interview without any preparation as if it is a meeting with a friend or a date with a girl friend. There are also many Guru's who dont need any kind of preparation, their years of experience have build strong knowledgebase for them to handle any tough technical or person interview rounds. I am not writing this blogpost for such Guru's I am writing this article for the normal guy/gal who has not got soo many years of experience. Who has not given too many interviews. I have even seen experienced people getting stressed out when they have to go through a new job interview.
Let me share few tips to help you relax & give a winning performance in your interview.
1. Preparing for an interview is an ongoing process. It is not an even which occurs on the last day prior to the actual interview scheduled date.
What i mean by ongoing process is , even before you have scheduled the interview date start your preparations. Be very focussed when you are doing your normal work or tasks for your present job or while in college. When you configuring your new linux server, when you are tweaking your old application server, when you are troubleshooting your network switch, when you start learning new things about your brand new storage array - when you are doing your normal job be very alert & learn those small & big details , learn with a vision to handle questions on these areas when you are faced with them in your real interview.
2. Try to cover more topics in less time Only if you can absorb it. There is a limit for information absorption for everyone. You can read a whole Brocade manaul & digest within 1 week , I may need a month. You may learn all the administration commands for your new NAS appliance within a day I may need a week. You may learn to do all Linxu Server tweaks within a month I may need a year. Point is when you are preparing for interview I agree you have 10 to 20 major topics to prepare on like
But dont try to read 100 page materials for each topic if you have only 4 days for interview. You wont be able to finish even more than 2 topics. Instead read fast or skim through huge text materials or prepare compressed notes before hand to use as last minute interview quick reference guides.(I am planning to write one such guide email email@example.com if u r intersted - u gotta pay for it if u need it).It is important u prepare well on all required/essential topics without spending too muc h time on any one,but spending time based on ratio of More time on Topics of your weakness & Considerably less time on Topics in which you are already strong. Also its a very good practise to read your profile(resume) & anticipate what questions may come based on what keywords you have used on your resume. List out all those possible questions and make sure you get answers for all of them before you go for the D-day.
If you have enough time better read some more reference materials on each topics, reading online is good only when you get specific material fast & spend actual time reading that material. What generally happens is people keep searching for right material using google or any other search engine , they search for hours & hours & download all materials. But then they will say I will read them all tomorrow since there are so many materials to go through- chances are he/she never gets enough time to read them. So instead of spending time in searching/googling spend quality time to actually read atleast 20 to 40 pages of compressed materials on each topic based on what you have mentioned in your resume & skillset.
Have some one who is already in the industry with some good experience to track your preparation progress & evaluate you constantly- this is a very strong tip. If you can get this to happen you can surely win the interview. But i have usually seen people are soo busy they can hardly take out time for others. So in that case be ur own mentor & try to evluate ur self as an independent person
Give stress to more hands on or lab exercises it is always important that you work more on practical section rather than preparing all the time on theoritical aspects. This is very much true for any Software or Storage or System administration or Networl administration kind of job openings.
prepare well for that dreaded common interview question " Tell me about yourself " . Make sure you talk only tech & career stuff & nothing personal here.
Prepare a script that includes the information you want to convey. Begin by talking about past experiences and proven success:
"I have been in the Storage administration area for the past five years. My most recent experience has been managin SAN & NAS infrastructure from Vendors like EMC2,Netapp & HP. One reason I particularly enjoy this work, and the challenges that go along with it, is the opportunity to solve complex problems & improve data storage solutions. In my last job, I deployed & succesfully optimised some major Storage solutions resulting in a 30 percent increase in availability ,reducing 15% recurring costs & increasing utlisation by 25% in a matter of months."
Next, mention your strengths and abilities:
"My real strength is my attention to detail. I pride myself on my reputation for following through and meeting deadlines. When I commit to doing something, I make sure it gets done, and on time."
Conclude with a statement about your current situation:
"What I am looking for now is a company that values Storage innovation , where I can join a strong team and have a positive impact on overall team's success"
Practice with your script until you feel confident about what you want to emphasize in your statement. Your script should help you stay on track, but you shouldn't memorize it ,you don't want to sound stiff and rehearsed. It should sound natural and conversational.
Even if you are not asked this type of question to begin the interview, this preparation will help you focus on what you have to offer. You will also find that you can use the information in this exercise to assist you in answering other questions. The more you can talk about your product -- you -- the better chance you will winning an offer at the end of all the interview rounds.
Previous 2 posts mentioned some storage job openings. You can click on EMC2,Dell,HP Openings ,Netapp Storage openings.
If you are worried about how to prepare for these interviews this blogpost is for you.
First Step Do Not apply for all openings when it does NOT match your profile. Making sure you apply for only those job openings which suit to your present profile or your interest is essential. This helps you to avoid the confusion & prepare with a focussed mind .Also this increases your chance of clearing all the rounds of interviews. Since interviewers are looking for persons who have the maximum points in their present profile matching the job requirement of the company.
So always make sure you get detailed Job description before you plan and schedule the interview. Once You have detailed JD(Job description) make sure you have atleast 1 to 2 weeks time to prepare for the interview. Interviewers always try to push you to take interviews very early. But if you request or sometimes even if you push then they will agree for a date of your convenince.
Once a date is fixed be serious & plan how you want to cover the major areas of your skillset. Example would be if you have mentioned below points as your skillsets
2 Years experience in Linux administration
Well versed in SDLC (Software Development Life CYcle)
Expertise in Release Engineering(RE) Process
Good experience in perl and shell scripting
Then you need to see what are your strong areas & which ones are weak areas. Start with Weak areas first & try to finish them early & with more stress.
Example if you feel SDLC,RE process are your strong areas & Linux administration,Perl/Shell scripting are areas you feel you need to improve on then you start with Weaker topics & strengthen yourself. Its always true that whenever u feel u r strong in any topic even if u prepare briefly on those topics you can still manage to do well in interviews. But if you are not at all confident about any topics then you will be shaky & will loose lots of good points/impressions when u are not able to answer or handle them in interview. So my suggestion is always strengthen your areas of weakness & make sure you are in a good enough defensive mode before you take the real interview.
It is always a good habit to go through several MOCK interview sessions or simulated interview sessions before you take the actual Real interview.This gives a clear picture & is a big winner for many of the people whom i have helped to win interviews. Believe it or not almost 60% to 80% of people have done very badly in their first & second mock interview session. Only those who were dedicated enought to prepare & take 3rd or 4th mock interview have done well in mock interviews as well as won their acutal company interviews 100%. These are the guys who came back with a big smile from their real company interview. Since they have fought the interview battle several times before hand .
instead of loosing your best chance by directly going for an interview its always safe & better to go through some simulated or mock interviews . This saves you from lots of frustations .
I will contiue writing about your interview preparations tips in my next post which I will for sure post by tomorrow. For those wise people who want to get personal guidance for their interview preparation I have a paid service where you pay me only $60 and I guide you for 15 days through emails & support materials for your job interview. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your interested job openings/job description & what are your expectations. I will do my best to support you but at the end of the day it is your dedication & sincerity in preparation that makes you win any job offer letter.
COMPANY: EMC2 Data Storage
4 to 8 years experience; very strong on storage & should have worked on clariion
COMPANY : HP
Position: SQA / QA Lead
Responsible for conducting the daily testing activities including
Good understanding and experience for conceiving and managing testing life cycles
Good Exp in Storage Technologies such as NAS, NFS, NETAPP, DNS, SAN, RAID, Veritas, Volume Manager, Disaster Recovery, Backups and other storage technologies [Must]
Ability to develop testing strategies for [Must]
Black Box testing [Must]
Regression testing [Must]
Compatibility testing [Must]
Ability to develop Test Plans and Test cases [Must]
Ability to develop test scripts and experience with testing tools would be
added advantage [Desirable]
Ability to do test management from release based product development
should be from product development background
Well conversant with build and software configuration tools
Ability conceive, implement and execute test cases
Having good exposure to System Development Life Cycle & SDLC Testing, Test Plan Design & Development, Automated test tool design and development.
Excellent people management skills
Storage background is desirable
SQA Exp : 3-5 yrs
QA Lead Exp : 5-10
Position: Test Manager (QA Manager)
We do have Test Manager Positions with the same above technologies & Exp Should be 10-15 yrs
Minimum 4 yrs lead exp in Storage Technologies such as NAS, NFS, NETAPP, DNS, SAN, RAID, Veritas, Volume Manager, Disaster Recovery, Backups and other storage technologies [Must]
COMPANY :Dell Storage openings
Skills required :STORAGE MANAGER
SKILLS : SCSI,RAID,SAN, NAS,FIBRE CHANNEL
exp : 5-15 YEARS
(TEAM LEAD,TECH LEAD,PROJECTLEAD, PROJECT MANAGER,STORAGE MANAGER )
TESTING as well as DEVELPOMENT SIDE
COMPANY : INMAGE Storage Job Openings
InMage aims to redefine the traditional day to day IT operations view of data protection and
elevate it to the level of seamless alignment with business objectives. InMage is the pioneer of event-based recovery
and is a founding member of SNIA"s SIG on Continuous Data Protection.
Sr QA Engineers
These people will be responsible for conducting the daily testing activities including
• Good understanding and experience for conceiving and managing testing life cycles
• Ability to develop testing strategies for [Must]
o Black Box testing [Must]
o Regression testing [Must]
o Compatibility testing [Must]
o Performance testing
o Usability testing
• Ability to develop Test Plans and Test cases [Must]
• Ability to develop test scripts and experience with testing tools would be added advantage [Desirable]
• Ability to do test management from release based product development perspective
• Product development background is MUST
• Well conversant with build and software configuration tools
• Ability conceive, implement and execute test cases
• Good Documentation Skills
• Storage background is a Must
Experience: 5-7 years. Minimum BE (ECE, COMP SC)
COMPANY : HCL Technologies
EXPERIENCE OF TESTING NETWORKING OR STORAGE PRODUCT
OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING:
EXPOSURE TO MULTIPLE FLAVORS OF UNIX (BASIC ADMINISTRATION - INSTALL, UPGRADE, CONFIGURE) & NETWORK ADMINISTRATION ON INDOWS/UNIX.
STRONG NETWORKING CONCEPTS (A. TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP, SNMP ETC. B. TOOLS - ETHREAL, TCPDUMP) STORAGE TECHNOLOGY –
A.CONFIGURE TESTBEDS WITH STORAGE SYSTEMS, FC/IP SWITCHES AND USING RELATED TECHNOLOGIES SUCH AS MULTI-PATHING, CLUSTERING
B.UNDERSTANDING OF FCP, ISCSI, NFS, CIFS, SAN/NAS
ME / M.Tech/BE / B.Tech/ MCA /M.SC/B.SC/BCA
Here is a Job opening description of one of the major Storage company.If you are qualified email your resume to email@example.com for this storage job.
COMPANY : Netapp ( Network Appliance )
RESPONSIBILITIES, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE INFORMATION
Job Summary: VTL(Virtual Tape Library) Quality Assurance Manager is a first level management position responsible for building and managing a high-performance team of QA engineers in NetApp Bangalore. The QA team is responsible for functional and system testing of all aspects of VTL product.
Responsibilities will include some hands on execution, evolving into a people and project management role as the team grows.
Project management activities include developing and tracking multiple concurrent QA projects. The candidate will need to review product requirements, design and functional specifications to scope testing requirements, design test strategy for testing of NetApp Virtual Tape Library Product.
Administrative functions include handling budgets, interoperability labs, and working with administrative functions such as HR, finance, and so on.
Management of QA team delivering products.
Manage multiple priorities in a dynamic and changing work environment, and work effectively with other remote managers (SVL Management) to deliver projects on time.
Be a strong leader with skills in hiring, motivating, mentoring, and retaining engineers as a first level manager.
Demonstrated experience in managing and leading teams with a successful track record of delivering projects on time.
Demonstrated experience in test planning, tests design, and test execution
Good knowledge of test methodologies like black-white box, integration, system testing. passion for quality,
Ability to manage and interact with remote/geographically distributed teams and excellent people management skills.
Ability to manage change well and provide clear vision to team.
Demonstrated experience of managing multiple priorities and tasks in a dynamic work environment . Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills to interface with other managers and partners.
The candidate must have a good understanding of release management and defect tracking processes.
Expert level of proficiency in Tape libraries.
Working knowledge in major backup applications like Veritas NetBackup, TSM , Legato etc. Experience in working on Windows / Linux / Solaris/AIX platforms.
Good understanding of storage technologies including iSCSI and/or Fibre Channel SAN
Experience in Test Automation framework and automation of Test cases using either third party/home grown tools.
Experience in scripting using any structured scripting language (Perl, TCL/Tk, and Python) or any other programming language. .
Prior experience in system administration with emphasis on data protection is a plus.
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