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Foglight Administrator

Company Name:
BITSOFT INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Location: Detroit, MI
Job Description
The ideal candidate will have experience with the administration of monitoring tools including a minimum of two of the following: Foglight NMS, Foglight Transaction Recorder Advanced, Foglight for Java/.NET, Foglight for SQL/Oracle and Foglight OS Management. Additional experience in one or more of the following desired: Tealeaf, MS SCOM, xMatters and Solarwinds Orion. The successful candidate must be able to work well with application developers, systems engineers, internal and external support teams, both offshore and internal, to determine requirements for filters, events, alerts, and dashboards and reporting in various monitoring tools.
Primary Tasks
oMaintain and support Foglight NMS, Foglight Transaction Recorder Advanced, Foglight for Java/.NET, Foglight for SQL/Oracle and Foglight OS Management
oDevelop Foglight reports, dashboards, and customizations for internal teams
oConfigure notifications through enterprise notification system (xMatters)
oTie into MS SCOM for Windows server monitoring and information
oTie into Solarwinds Orion for network monitoring and information
oMaintain and develop other internal tools, including Splunk
oMaintain accurate systems documentation
oProvide training and guidance to internal Foglight users
oAbility to trace data flow through complicated architecture including load balancers and various network configurations
oCreation of events, reports, and dashboards for ease of administration
oAssist application developers with requirements determination
oAssist development and Sustain teams with troubleshooting
Secondary Tasks
oAct as backup administrator for MS SCOM, Solarwinds Orion, xMatters and/or Tealeaf
oProvide project management support as required

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