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Architect (Datacentre / Auzure / IaaS / PaaS / SaaS)

Paris, Île-de-France | Salary: TBA | Consultant: Joe Godfrey

You participate in defining the strategic and tactical lines related to datacentre Group’s infrastructure plus the path for implementing and deploying them, you assess the requirements (new requirements or developments of existing ones) in terms of infrastructure in your field; you put forward possible solutions, you document the feasibility and the financial impact of the alternatives proposed and you choose the solutions that best correspond to the strategy, you support the technical experts and provide guidance for them in defining and describing in detail the infrastructure designs for each project for the purposes of technical studies, you carry out impact, dimensioning and quantitative studies for the solutions proposed, for the purposes of invitations to tender, you draw up the technical conditions in the contract specifications, you assure maintenance of the architecture infrastructure referencing in your field, so as to produce complete, consistent documentation of the current infrastructure landscape, you define, design and assure the maintenance of infrastructure norms and standards in your field, so as to bring a consistent response to current and foreseeable requirements. Experience with datacentre infrastructure services (datacentre topology, server, cloud, network, storage, backup and security infrastructures) and specially “cloud” integration (IaaS Private, IaaS Public, SaaS, …)

Network: good around knowledge on network and security technologies.

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