Projects for Sprint

This page represents my current employer; when this page was made, I was employed in 2017 under a 6-month contract that has been renewed 5 times.  That should change in 2021 as the company is working on bringing on key contractors into the company.

Sr. Network Infrastructure Engineering supporting VoIP, Video, LAN, MAN, WAN, Security & Wireless Architectures; roles include design, implementation, management, and monitoring for corporate headquarters and management staff.

  • Dedicated to Sprint management team support dealing with international support teams and worldwide clientele for the IT network support team
  • Deployment of Palo Alto Networks NGFW Models 850, 3250, 5220 & 5250, including Panorama management appliance and VMs (8. X.X through 10. X.X OS revisions) support
  • Supporting the Corporate network infrastructure for all departments and development teams throughout the company
  • Working with Cisco Systems Switches, Routers, Firewalls, Wireless and Servers, Hewlett Packard Enterprise switching, Aruba & Meraki Wireless equipment in day-to-day operations.
  • Roles included order management for the teams many managed circuits
  • Worked with team members across the globe in North & South America, EMEA, and Asia.
  • Ongoing Circuit and inventory audits for regulatory compliance and security initiatives

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Network Diagrams

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This is an overview diagram showing the different sites connected in the environment, with a central Data Center Hub and Spoke design.
This diagram is showing how we utilize the circuits between sites and equipment to provide seamless communications between the locations.
This is a secondary data center site deployment build - including links to primary and secondary circuits
Interconnectivity between hardware that would be located at a spoke site
This is a more detailed view of the interconnectivity of our equipment within a secondary end-user site
This is a continuation of the detailed view of the interconnectivity of our equipment within a secondary end-user sites
This is a rack layout of a Medium office (200 Users)
This is a Template for a Data Center Deployment