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Big Data Job of the Day: Software as a Service Architect

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by Angela Guess

HP is searching for a Software as a Service Architect in Plano, TX. The post states, “Information Management and Analytics (IM&A) is a strategic growth pillar for HP and Enterprise Services.  There are several innovation hubs within the HP eco-system that deal with IM&A related topics.  These hubs are being brought together in a semi-formal construct called the IM&A Innovation Network.  This network will be coordinated with the IM&A Strategy & Portfolio team. This role is a key technical leadership role on the IM&A Worldwide (WW) Strategy& Portfolio team.  There will be two high level focus areas for this role: (1) Be the resident lead architect for ‘as a service’ offerings that will be delivered  by the IM&A Innovation Network. (2) Be the primary point of contact for cloud related topics within the IM&A team.”

Qualifications for the position include: “Specialist in commercial ‘as a service’ offerings as SaaS and/or PaaS. Specialist in the technical design, architecture, instrumentation of ‘as a service’ offerings. Experience working with applications and infrastructure teams on the setup and run of ‘as a service’ offerings including cloud based offerings. Ability to document technical and architecture requirements at a detailed level. 5+ years experience as a senior level Applications and/or Solutions Architect or similar role. 10+ years experience in the IT industry. 3+ years of experience in one or more Big Data related technologies such as Autonomy, Vertica, Hadoop, Informatica, SAS, SAP Hanna or similar technologies. Sr. level technical presence with ability to communicate effectively up and down the HP and client technical organizations.”

Learn more and apply here.

photo credit: HP

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