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Remote Azure Cloud Architect

Company: M3BI - A Zensar Company
Location: Orlando
Posted on: August 7, 2022

Job Description:

JD:Azure Active Directory and Cloud Services Engineer role focused on the Microsoft Azure/M365 stack. The role is a hands on technical skills role as the Microsoft tenant Services lead (MTS) responsible for any technical duties with cloud computing including design, planning, management, maintenance, and support of Microsoft Azure focused Integration and Migration on Azure workloads to Azure Active Directory Required skills Advanced understanding of implementing and supporting Microsoft cloud services, including any of the following:

  • Azure Core Platform (Compute, Storage, Networking) - ADLS,ADO,MCAS etc..
  • Azure Services
  • Azure AD (Strong skills required)
  • Azure Automation and CLI
  • Microsoft 365, Power Apps and PowerBI
  • JAVA, .NET and PHP applications hands on knowledge
  • Terraform Enterprise
  • Have a strong understanding of more "traditional" Microsoft products, such as Windows Server, Windows, IIS, SQL Server, etc.
  • Have experience with automation and PowerShell scripting
  • Have demonstrated experience executing technical tasks in projects of varying complexity
  • Have experience working with a Managed Services Provider or IT services consulting firm
  • Have experience developing or supporting the development of business models
  • Experience with coordinating migration projects
  • Certifications within the Microsoft stack are a plus, but primarily as an avenue to grow our Microsoft partnership and not as a replacement for technical skills
  • TOGAF 9 certified a plus

Keywords: M3BI - A Zensar Company, Orlando , Remote Azure Cloud Architect, Professions , Orlando, Florida

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