Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) advances the way people live and work. We bring together curious minds to create breakthrough technology solutions, helping our customers make their mark on the world. One of our core principles is belief in the power of people. Recognizing that our people are HPE’s biggest competitive advantage allows us to focus on ensuring that we keep the employee at the center of everything we do - and we trust our Human Resources (HR) division to look after our biggest asset. This includes everything from recruiting activities, administration, compensation, performance management, employee development, as well as the allocation of our industry leading work-life-balance and training programs.
We are looking for Network Solutions Architect to join our
global/corporate Advisory & Professional Services team!
Reporting to the global Network Practice lead, part of our Advisory & Professional Services organization, we are looking to fill a new network solution architect and technical business development role with a mature background in the area of secure connectivity for virtualized Data Centers.
How you'll make your mark:
act as a global SME for network and security solutions and tailored consulting service offerings including architecture, design, business case contribution and work breakdown structures
work on RFP/RFI solutioning and effort planning together with the in-country teams other IT-domain experts
assist local teams to present solutions to customers,
in-country support in early project delivery phases - from presales to deployment start
develop and contribute to knowledge transfer from the world wide practice to local sales, pursuit, and delivery teams
integrating network & security services into GreenLake offerings and workload proposals
portfolio development / improvement for global network & security service offerings, including: service descriptions, statement of work, service delivery guide
work together with a strong team of network architects and business developers in the network domain but also in the broader NWI (Network, Workplace, IoT) practice as well as the A&PS security practice.