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Azure Architect/Consultant

Job Title: Azure Architect/Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin, Germany
Salary: £500 - £850 per day
Start Date: September 2017
Duration: 12 Months
REF: Azure-Arch_1501759152
Contact Name: Oliver Black
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

The workload entails consulting with a number of key stakeholders in regards to Microsoft Azure Solutions and Service Fabric capabilities. Hands-on coding knowledge as a Senior Software Engineer would be extremely desirable also.

As such key components and skills for the right person would be as follows;

- Excellent stakeholder management, and communications skills. Fluent English is essential, Business level German would be preferable but not essential

- Full end to end project life-cycle experience on Azure, preferably at least 2 projects.

- Ability to write code with Microsoft stack technologies ( C#, .Net) - .Net Core preferable

- Experience in deployments of Microsoft based applications on the Azure platform.

- Development of Micro-service Architecture using C#, .Net etc

- Knowledge of Service Fabric on the Azure platform

- Proven in depth knowledge of Microsoft Azure technical challenges and business implications of implementations of the platform at an Enterprise level.

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