IT companies are much more cognizant of the prerequisite to innovate and deliver resources that drive add-on business, and they need to travel at the speed of business, not the speed of outdated IT. Hence NOC engineer is no less important in the IT field.
Along with the technical skills, Network Operation Engineers requires analytical skills, leadership, and organizational skills. Responsiveness to fact and the capability to troubleshoot are also important. Engineers should be capable enough to recognize difficult networks and identify the issues or advise ways to fix them for refined work procedure. They should also be talented to work closely, as well as train other engineers and maintenance staff to run the network connectivity without any interruption.
A NOC (network operation center) engineer is an expert who primarily screens large computer networks and server for hitches from a centralized location or through satellite. They analyze the problems, implement the troubleshooting, incident reaction on the system and communicate with field technician for a better resolution to meet the business goals or objectives.
The core of NOC Engineer: Their responsibilities are wide. The expertise needed for a NOC or Network Operations Center includes network administration, Network Support, management, switching, and routing.
Tracking Issues: In response to incidents, the NOC engineer should carefully track and document all defects and resolutions in detail. This helps in increasing the expert base of NOC and helps in maintenance of system’s health record. Often, the NOC has a ticketing system that the NOC Engineer is accountable for updating.
Monitor Systems: They monitor the performance and capability of computer systems using diversified tools. They figure out the malfunctioning of hardware, software, and environmental alerts. When a problem is recognized, NOC Engineers does the root cause analysis (RCA).