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Cloud Architect (Big Data)

Job Title: Cloud Architect (Big Data)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin
Industry:
Salary: €800 - €900 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 months
REF: DP - CA - GE - 02_1488121703
Contact Name: Daniel Palmer
Contact Email: danielp@montash.com
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Key Requirements:

  • Experiences architect with AWS - functional services, automation and administrative services
  • Exposure to the following: S3, Lambda, Redshift, EMR, CloudTrail, CloudWatch, AWS Config, IAM etc
  • Proven record in utilising data integration tools and platforms to facilitate E2E integration chains
  • Design and build experience of integrated solutions using AWS
  • Any Data Lake project experience is extremely desirable
  • Certifications in cloud are desirable, particularly AWS
  • Fluent English is essential - written and spoken

This role will be based in the Berlin area, the initial commitment will be on site with some potential remote options there after.

AWS/Big Data/S3/Cloudformation/Lambda/Amazon/Data Lake

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