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Accenture Infrastructure Monitoring Practitioner NOC Network Operations Cntr Team - 3923915 in Norwalk, California

Accenture Flex offers you the flexibility of local fixed duration project based work powered by Accenture, a leading global professional services company. Accenture is consistently recognized on FORTUNE s 100 Best Companies to Work For and DiversityInc s Top 50 Companies for Diversity lists.As an Accenture Flex employee, you will apply your skills and experience to help drive business transformation for leading organizations and communities. In addition to delivering innovative solutions for Accenture s clients, you will work with a highly skilled, diverse network of people across Accenture businesses who are using the latest emerging technologies to address today s biggest business challenges. You will receive competitive rewards and access to benefits programs and world class learning resources. Accenture Flex employees work in their local metro area onsite at the project significantly reducing and or eliminating the demands to travel.

Basic Qualifications:

Minimum of 2 years experience infrastructure event management

Minimum of 2 years experience capacity performance monitoring

Minimum of 2 years experience infrastructure operations service operations

Preferred Qualifications:

Minimum of 3 years experience infrastructure event management

Minimum of 3 years experience capacity performance monitoring

Minimum of 3 years experience infrastructure operations service operations

Ability to work odd hours 12pm 9pm Monday Friday 2 roles are being requested to allow for backup.

Also Holidays as needed including Christmas, New Years etc. Project will be operational 365 days a year. NOC Monitoring team will be responsible for monitoring the performance and capacity of network, UNIX, Wintel, AWS and application systems using a variety of tools. They will look for hardware, software, and environmental alerts or malfunctions. When an issue is identified, NOC Analysts will work to determine the cause and escalate appropriately. ServiceNow is used for Incident Mgmt.NOC Monitoring personnel are responsible for responding to incidents, documentation of all issues and ensure warm handoffs to receiving teams updating the ServiceNow and associated records, Log Analyzers and Alerting software as appropriate. Hours can vary at times team works together to make sure there is coverage 24x7x365 Perform event monitoring of system generated and manual identification of events.Communication with technical engineering teams as well as client vendors is a key skill requirement.Documentation skills with Microsoft office is a must. Nice to have working familiarity with monitoring toolsets such as Dynatrace, AWS CloudWatch, Splunk, TPX Orchestrator, Solar Winds, Monitoring Incident Mgmt in ServiceNow etc

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