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Juniper Resident Engineer Job Role


A Juniper Networks Resident Engineer provides support on-site on all technical facets for an organization of network products of Juniper. As they work in conjunction with the organization’s staff, they gain in-depth knowledge of the environment’s precise needs and processes, particular configurations, and problems of its network, and capabilities and drawbacks of its personnel. Therefore, the Juniper Resident Engineers can help by preventing network issues before they crop up, and will also be geared up to sort out problems swiftly when they arise.

Job Description:
Juniper Resident Engineers are required to arrange information gathering workshops with the clients about their present network design in order to understand what the new network design’s technical requirements are, to be conversant with the organizational structure of the client, understand fully the network implementation and support procedures and processes of the client so that they can aid in conceiving a network that is existing and will be viable, and will conduct testing of new features, designs, provide workshops to share knowledge with the engineering staff, and functionality as per the requirements of the client in a lab setting, and assist in developing plans to execute and confirm that they are operating efficiently in the live network.

Engineers must fix the design and architecture issues of the network, diagnose the network and device configurations, and be responsible for network designing. They support in designing and planning of Junos Space, Juniper SRX, EX Series, Juniper MX, and related solutions within the client’s infrastructural network.

Juniper Engineers should return material authorizations (RMAs) and monitor and trail open trouble tickets. They should aid in tracing and network inventory asset management.

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shashiteja 29 january 2019, 9:24
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