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Application Architect

Job Title: Application Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Dublin, Dublin
Industry:
Salary: £550 - £650 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 months
REF: ApplicationArchitect
Contact Name: Brandon James
Contact Email: brandonj@montash.com
Job Published: 12 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently working with a global private cloud supplier (through their consulting partner) to help them deploy their open stack product with their existing customers across Europe. These customers being in the automotive and telecommunications sector.

My client is looking for candidates with the following:

* Experience as a software architect with experience using Microservices or SOA architecture patterns.

* Application and understanding of key architecture patterns for cloud - service registration/ Discovery/ Circuit Breaker/ CQRS.

* Familiarity with container technology (Docker), container orchestration (Kubernetes/ Mesos) and PAAS.

* Experience of writing OpenStack heat templates.

* Understanding of OpenStack Murano application catalog.

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