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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Architect

England, London

Job description

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Architect

1/6/21OH_1622543424

JOB DESCRIPTION

I am working with a client who is currently recruiting for an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Architect. You will have the opportunity to join a large organisation with the feel of a start-up, and experience accelerated progression due to the predicted growth in the practice.

Your responsibilities will include:

* Designing, building, testing, automating, and supporting the migration of workloads to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
* Producing designs that are scalable, resilient, efficient, secure, and cost-effective
* Leading technical decisions and direction in a collaborative team environment, including architecture, estimation, product planning, user story/requirement creation.
* Implementing modern Continuous Delivery processes for releasing software and infrastructure to production.
* Applying industry best-practices and patterns across infrastructure and application components e.g. security, elasticity, performance.
* Using public cloud platforms to solve business problems
* Documentation of solutions (e.g. architecture, configuration and setup)
* Applying automated configuration management, infrastructure provisioning and container orchestration tooling to solve business problems.
* Supporting pre-sales activities including discovery & design workshops and pricing estimation activities.

Qualifications and Skills

* OCI Solution Architect Certification (Professional preferred)
* Experience migrating workloads to OCI (Azure, AWS in addition to OCI is desirable)
* Experience designing, provisioning and supporting OCI components (VCNs, Compute and Database families, Fast Connect, PaaS Services)
* Demonstrated experience with Infrastructure-as-Code tooling including:
* Terraform, Ansible, CI/CD pipelines (e.g. Jenkins, Azure DevOps) experience all needed.
* Exposure to Agile project delivery
* Familiarity with Applications Unlimited (E-Business Suite, Peoplesoft, JD Edwards) technology stacks is desirable, not a Must.