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\nCloud Chief Architect - $100K \n \nAre you one of the top Cloud Architects in the world? Were you an early adopter of cloud infrastructure and AWS and passionate about the cutting edge Cloud technologies and trends? Do you love to automate everything that needs to be done more than once? \n \nAre you interested in earning $100,000 USD while being able to work from any location that is comfortable to you? Eager to join a development network of the most talented remote workers in the world? \n \nIf so, this role is for you. Through Crossover, youll earn the most competitive wage on the market, work with the best engineers in the field for a highly successful company looking to exponentially grow its adoption of Cloud services. \n \nThe Company: \n\n Aurea is partnering with Crossover to hire the best and brightest Cloud Chief Architects. Aurea enables global enterprises to create transformative experiences for their end customers across a range of industries including retail, travel & hospitality, insurance, energy, life sciences, and insurance. Aurea products enable companies to build, execute, monitor, and optimize the end-to-end customer journey across multiple channels and touchpoints to maximize growth through a superior customer experience. Aurea serves over 2,000 customers worldwide.\n \n \nJob Description: \nYou will play a critical role in designing and executing cloud-based architectures. This can range from orchestrating the deployment of centralised environments on AWS infrastructure, fresh design/build work in cloud-based environments like AWS and GCE, or adapting large existing infrastructures to an AWS deployment model. You will be responsible for developing solutions to complex architectural problems, designing and delivering real enterprise-class software products to customers and being a hands-on peer leader of top development resources. As the owner for the architecture and technical delivery of multi-million dollar revenue per year enterprise software products, you will effectively work as the CTO of the engagement with a startup mindset, wearing multiple hats from lead architect and developer on the most complex elements of the product to technical team leader to solution evangelist ensuring that the customers are blown away by the technical differentiation and quality of the product. \n\n Just as an example, one project includes migrating a large infrastructure consuming over 1,500 machines globally and storing over 5 petabytes of information into AWS. This role will include implementing profound architecture changes to get ready for the cloud, phased adoption of cloud-specific services, progressive removal of legacy technologies, with the ultimate goal of full migration into the AWS cloud. \n\n Key responsibilities:\n \n \n * \nDeveloping product expertise in a short time frame. \n * \nArchitecting new solutions or adapting existing ones to optimally run in a cloud-based environment (proper use of VMs and containers, queue-based architectures, services-oriented architectures, etc) \n * \nOwning the execution and implementation of migration strategies (this will include deployment/provisioning using DevOps tools, data migration, testing, cutover/failover of systems, configuration of monitoring and other production management systems) \n * \nOverseeing technical quality for the output of small teams of Software Engineers (requirements reviews, architectural reviews, and code reviews) \n * While showing technical leadership you will still be in charge of personally addressing the most technically challenging issues in the project. We count on you as the key technical person, not a people manager!\n \n
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