BETSOL is a fast-growing Denver based IT Company. BETSOL is looking for a cloud engineer. The Cloud Engineer plans and executes the migration of applications from legacy infrastructure to public and private cloud environments. This is a hands-on position requiring solid technical skills, as well as excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Migration of infrastructure, data and applications out of legacy data centers into cloud and hybrid environments (public and private)
- Analyze systems and identify problems, evaluate, design solutions, and document.
- Develop, automate and implement operations best practices for virtualization environments
- Test and troubleshoot migrated systems on virtualized architecture
- Conduct performance testing of virtualized architecture
- Provide expertise and content to a number of key written deliverables
- Quickly adapt to several functional environments and meet deadlines
Core Knowledge and Skill Requirements
- Strong knowledge of legacy infrastructure configurations, public clouds (Amazon Web Services (AWS) and/or Microsoft Azure)), and VMWare
- Proficient with data migrations strategies including: SnapMirror, Storage Area Network (SAN) replication, Powershell, Service Management Automation, and VEAM.
- Proficient with application migrations including facilitating post-migration testing.
- Solid Cloud experience in AWS and/or Azure
- Experience deploying or managing servers in large-scale, geographically diverse environments
- Strong debugging and systems analysis skills to be able to identify and quickly resolve/mitigate issues
- Experience with security best practices in server configuration, tool development, and access controls
- Experience with virtualization and containerization (e.g., VMware, Hyper-V, Docker, Virtual Box, Kubernetes)
- Experience with OpenStack
- Experience with automation software (e.g., Puppet, cfengine, Chef)
- Solid scripting skills (e.g., PowerShell, Perl, Ruby, Python)
- Solid networking knowledge (OSI network layers, TCP/IP)
- Familiarity with Load Balancers and Firewall