From legacy to legendary technology

Fully functioning infrastructure and an innovative, forward-looking strategy are vital for your business to grow – legacy hardware puts your digital transformation plans at risk.

To keep up with pioneering new Software development, Systems and Cloud migrations, you need the right individuals to monitor, maintain and progress your infrastructure, driving efficiencies and ensuring your foundation is as robust as your ambitions.

Goodbye legacy technology – hello opportunities. 

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 Technology teams will have to meet evolving expectations in scalability and security, which will see a shift in the scope of responsibilities for Infrastructure teams.

Beyond managing existing systems, demand for innovative Infrastructure talent will soar as organisations look to maximise the potential of cloud initiatives and focus on customer and business user experience.  

Mohammad Qasim, Manager,
Hays Malaysia

Your Infrastructure recruitment questions, answered

What skills should I look for when hiring Infrastructure professionals?  

Technical skills, such as Cyber Security skills are growing in demand, to ensure those organisations that are now working fully remotely are safe and secure. Experience with networks, server hardware, and virtualisation platforms will be especially key. Additionally, as the Infrastructure of most organisations is hybrid, with in house and outsourced components, finding someone with the ability to manage third party suppliers will help in building a strong team.  
However, it’s soft skills which really separate the great from the average. You’ll want someone with the vision and ability to drive continual tech transformation, and the communication and stakeholder management skills to act as a connection between operations and software development.  

How can I assess for skills from Infrastructure professionals? 

CVs and technical assessments will of course tell you if someone has the basic technical skills and qualifications. But when it comes to assessing for a broader range of skills, interviews are key. Ask questions about their experience in similar roles architecting or supporting the creation of resilient systems. It would also be beneficial to assess potential candidates on operational skill sets, especially those relating to network, architecture, and design.  
Find out how they manage stakeholders from operations versus those in development. Ensure they are confident communicators, adept at working with and securing buy-in both from highly technical professionals and those with far less technological know-how. Finally, make sure they come across as a technical authority on infrastructure, including data centres and the cloud.  

Is competition for Infrastructure talent high in Malaysia? 

Yes. Organisations from all industries and sectors are hiring Infrastructure professionals to support the roll-out of large digital transformation programmes, or to fix cracks in their tech Infrastructure exposed by the large-scale, sudden changes caused by Covid-19. Infrastructure Engineers, Managers and Architects are in particularly high demand. With strengthened focus on data, organisations will also need people with the technical aptitude in running Data Centres and maintaining network and switches.  
Furthermore, as a result of the mass rollout of remote working and ongoing migration to the cloud, contractor Infrastructure Specialists are highly sought after, due to the continued building of new equipment, as are second line Support Engineers, to solve teething issues with new implementations.