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NOW HIRING: Dell’s Revolutionary Cloud and Big Data Team Expands

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Now Hiring!We’re growing!

The Revolutionary Cloud and Big Data Team at Dell (the company I work for) is looking to expand our team of rockstars, so we’re putting the word out. Specifically we’re looking for architects, engineers, developers, and I’m looking to hire a few more senior product managers to join my team of subject matter experts.

Just for context, we’re the team that has taken to market the Dell OpenStack-Powered Cloud Solution, the Dell Apache Hadoop Solution, and the Dell Crowbar software framework and open source project.

And if you’re a rockstar in any of those spaces, we’d like to talk to you.

SPOILER ALERT – If you’re interested in talking to us about a technical spot on our team, you can email us your info and resume at OpenStack@Dell.com or Hadoop@Dell.com.


What is this team about?

www.Dell.com/OpenStackA few years ago, the Dell Data Center Solutions team came into being with a mission of servicing the biggest hyperscale environments in the world, which included many of the market’s top cloud providers. It has succeeded in its mission in dominating the density optimized space (check out more on that here), and in fact, just shipped it’s ONE MILLIONTH SERVER.

An extension of DCS’s mission soon became clear – as many customers were looking to accelerate into spaces like cloud and big data, providing them integrated solutions would ease their implementation of these technologies. And so our Revolutionary Cloud and Big Data Solutions team was born – to deliver integrated solutions based on cutting edge technologies like OpenStack and Hadoop (and more), as well as innovative Dell projects like Crowbar, in an effort to enable customers to grow and thrive in their businesses with our products, innovation, and expertise.


Who are we?

The team at Dell is made up of a number of people, like myself, that you’d recognize from OpenStack and Hadoop circles – folks like Rob Hirschfeld, Greg Althaus, Kamesh Pemmaraju, and others. We all come from a variety of backgrounds – some from big companies in the technology spaces and many from startups – we happen to have quite a few entreprenuers on our team! And we try to service our customers in the best way possible – agile development processes, open source friendly, community oriented, etc.


What are we trying to do?Austin Meetups

Our mission is to develop and deliver HW+SW+Services solutions to market that will enable our customers to be successful. Clear and simple.

Here’s a sampling of what our team has done over the course of our existence:

In addition, we’re big believers in the community – we regularly hold hackfests to help move these communities forward, lead community meetups in Austin and Boston working with other key vendors that co-sponsor with us (you may be surprised), are regularly active in IRC, skype discussions, conference breakout sessions, and more.

It’s a fast-paced, customer focused, ever evolving group and its a great place to deliver tanglible, difference making solutions to customers.

It’s not for the faint of heart, but it’s DEFINITELY for the mover and shaker.


OpenStack@Dell.comWho we want to hear from

We’re looking to expand in a number of areas, but specifically we’re looking for technical talent

  • Developers / QA
  • Technical Product Managers and Strategists
  • Architects and Technical Leads

If I’ve piqued your interest, drop me a note and your resume at OpenStack@Dell.com.

Look forward to hearing from cloud / big data / open source rockstars.

Until next time,

JOSEPH
@jbgeorge

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