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Director of Cloud Architecture & Operations

Company Name:
Talon
The Director of Cloud Architecture & Operations is a responsible for designing the technology infrastructure use to support the company?s software as a service applications. This role will lead a development operations (DevOPs) team in the development of key technology automations focused creating efficiencies and expediting support opportunities. The DevOps team will be responsible for providing technical support on a 24 by 7 basis, monitoring service levels and supporting our sales organization with new selling opportunities.

Familiarity with Amazon AWS, Rackspace Cloud, or other cloud offerings.
IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, Virtualization, Storage, and Server platforms; relevant practical work experience designing, building, and/or operation cloud environments.
Understanding of Software Development Life Cycle, Test Driven Development, Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery.
Experience in deploying software to cloud computing infrastructure; Experience with monitoring tools, scripting, configuration management, clustering, and cloud security.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

AWS/Eucalytpus, OpenStack, CloudStack, vCloud
Puppet, Chef, Ansible, Capistrano
DevOps-style Cloud Administration and Operations
Cloud Security and Cloud Disaster Recovery
Experience with web services, virtualization, cloud concepts, REST, JSON, XML, MySQL, PHP, LDAP, LAMP stack and object-oriented methodologies.
Web servers (Apache, IIS, NGINX), load balancers (HAProxy and Varnish) and high availability systems.
Monitoring systems and frameworks (Nagios, PageofDuty, New Relic)
Knowledge of MySQL or other DBMS.


Programming experience

Experience with the following a plus: Java/J2EE, HTML, JavaScript, SQL, Hibernate, Ruby, Spring, web services, MySQL or SQL Server
Education and/or Experience:
Bachelors degree or equivalent from a four year college or technical school
10+ years of related experience and training; or equivalent combination of education and exp.
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