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Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure and Containerisation Architect

Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure and Containerisation Architect
Zurich, Switzerland

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Job ID R185070

Companies are expanding their infrastructure into the cloud using offerings from AWS, Azure and Google. At the same time applications and workloads are changing, most organisations host bare metal and VM workloads and are looking at ways on how to offer containers that are orchestrated by Kubernetes. Some of the workloads that used to be hosted in a private datacenter are being transformed into as a Service offerings.

You understand the challenges and opportunities that are created by those changes, you understand the AWS and Azure offerings and how they are consumed, you understand how private clouds are built using API driven automation and how they are linked with public clouds. You understand the implications for networking, security, automation, governance and operations.

You are a self driven, creative, confident, structured, highly skilled individual looking for an opportunity to join a cutting edge presales team working for the best positioned company on the market. You love change and you love to work on the forefront of technology. You bring a positive mindset, great social skills, great speaking and presentation skills, leadership attitude and your know how and help us and our partners navigate our customers through those dramatic technology changes.

We offer a thrill ride consisting of an unbeatable package, great team, work from home when appropriate, central office location in the upcoming Zürich West neighbourhood, great customers and most importantly access to plenty of growth opportunity within the company.

You will be working facing our customers, so travel within Switzerland and appropriate looks coe as no surprise.

We are looking forward to your application and hope to meet you soon!

Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure and Containerisation Architect

Zürich
Festanstellung

Veröffentlicht am 12.06.2018