Engineering Architect

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Job Description

Are you passionate about the Cloud, Microsoft Data Platform & its potential for transformation? Are you excited about the future of Microsoft's Data Platform and Enterprise Cloud Services business? Are you interested in driving global impact through landing mission critical applications run on SQL & Azure Data Platform, unblocking/accelerating complex data migrations from Oracle? Do you want to be a part of an Elite team that makes Microsoft Azure and SQL Data Platform the global standard for... business and technical excellence? If so, then the Engineering Architect role within the Data SQL Ninja Engineering team of Azure Data SQL Engineering may be the right place for you!

Come join us as an Engineering Architect and be part of an elite global team that is front and center helping our Tier 1 Customers drive digital transformations. We work alongside with Customers, Partners and Microsoft’s various field, sales, and engineering teams to assist with their customer opportunities to white-glove complex and strategic Oracle, SQL, and Mainframe data workload modernizations.

You will contribute to the Oracle modernization specific codification & contribute to end to end automation of Oracle/SQL workload migrations. Role also involves contribution to mature SQL Server and SQL/PostgreSQL on Azure.

This role would require 25% travel. The ideal candidate will have experience in a customer facing role at an architect and leadership level. Requires a proven track record of successfully leading technical and economic value discussions with senior customer architects and executives, driving decisions and implementation. The successful candidate for this role will need to have a balance of deep Oracle DB/File System expertise along with migration experience and technical presales acumen. The engineering architects in our team are highly visible within Microsoft Wide Product Groups and Customer organizations and are expected to lead from the frontRead more

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