In this role, the selected candidate will identify, design, implement, test, launch and support next generation features related to scalability, reliability, robustness, usability, security, and performance of MongoDB.
In this role, the selected candidate will advise the team through planning a new enterprise data architecture, suggesting the best use of AWS services versus custom implementations/third party solutions.
In this role, the selected candidate performs backup and recovery on Database Management Systems, configures database parameters, and prototype designs against logical data models, defines data repository requirements, data dictionaries and warehousing requirements.
In this role, the selected candidate will support Operations teams in root cause analysis and issue resolution of major incidents; ensure knowledge transfer into Operations teams to build employee knowledge and technical skills in specific areas of expertise.
In this role, the selected candidate will collaborate with some of the best talents in the industry to create and implement innovative high-quality solutions, participate in Sales and various pursuits focused on our clients' business needs.
In this role, the selected candidate monitors capacity and performance for test and production databases to ensure they are highly reliable, efficient, cost effective, and provide the required functionality.
In this role, the selected candidate will drive architecture roadmap, reference architecture and standard efforts; provide leadership in all technical aspects of assigned projects, programs and portfolios.
The NoSQL Database Administrator will be responsible for guiding the full lifecycle of a NoSQL solution, including requirements analysis, governance, capacity requirements, technical architecture design (including hardware, OS, load balancing and network topology), application design, testing, and deployment.
In this role, you will be responsible to defines and maintains database problem reporting, tracking, and resolution procedures. Interact with the mongodb community at meetups, conferences, and in online forums.