WebSphere Administrator Job Description

The WebSphere administrator is an employee who manages, installs, maintains, and troubleshoots the WebSphere application server software.

Depending on the system, an application server may consist of one or more servers.

The administrator's role can include configuring and troubleshooting the application server software, resolving problems, and monitoring the application server software.

The administrator may also administer the application server software, and is responsible for ensuring that users can access the application server software.

In addition to the application server software, an administrator must also understand the technical architecture of the system.

Updated on:     
September 15, 2022

Job Brief:

We're looking for a WebSphere Administrator who is highly skilled and experienced in WebSphere administration and who can provide expert level support for our WebSphere environment.

WebSphere Administrator Duties:

  • Develop and maintain server and database configurations
  • Ensure systems are secure through hardening and patching
  • Ensure that systems are running at optimal levels by monitoring performance
  • Ensure that backup policies and procedures are followed
  • Ensure that disaster recovery policies are in place
  • Maintain connectivity for WebSphere and Middleware services
  • Implement backup and disaster recovery technologies
  • Implement Extended Support for WebSphere
  • Ensure that systems are running at optimal levels by monitoring performance
  • Ensure that backup policies and procedures are followed
  • Ensure that disaster recovery policies are in place
  • Maintain connectivity for WebSphere and Middleware services

WebSphere Administrator Responsibilities:

  • Maintain and monitor WebSphere application servers, middleware servers, databases, and applications
  • Manage application performance and availability, including capacity planning, capacity tuning, and load testing
  • Configure, maintain, and monitor WebSphere application servers, middleware servers, databases, and applications
  • Manage operating system and network security, and backup and recovery procedures
  • Perform system administration, including routine server maintenance, operating system maintenance, and patch management
  • Conduct hardware upgrades, such as purchasing new servers, upgrading memory, and replacing storage devices
  • Perform system administration tasks
  • Maintain and update test environments to meet business requirements
  • Ensure compliance with application, operating system, and data security requirements

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Requirements And Skills:

  • -Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent
  • 2+ years proven experience administering WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere Integration Developer
  • 2+ years proven experience administering WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere Integration Developer
  • -Experience administering and monitoring a WebSphere Application Server cluster

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