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Founded in 2013, Pivotal Software, Inc., combines our leading cloud-native platform, tools, and methodology to empower the world’s largest organizations to adapt to change and build great software. Our technology unleashes developer productivity, while fulfilling our mission to transform how the world builds software.

 

Most of the world’s developers work with legacy applications that reside on an outdated platform using antiquated tools. Moving to the cloud is often hindered by a complex application portfolio that is tightly-coupled and sparsely documented. Organizations are impeded by manual, tedious processes designed to minimize risk and adhere to compliance. As a result, software releases are often infrequent and time consuming.

 

Pivotal Labs Application Transformation services (AppTx) are designed to help our clients navigate the journey to the cloud, infusing confidence every step of the way.  This is a hands on role, and the selected Engineer/Architect would work alongside our clients and help transform their legacy portfolio to cloud-native in order to incrementally reduce time, cost, and operational inefficiencies while maintaining security, resilience and compliance.

 

In this role, you will:

  • Work on small, focused projects (typically 6 or 10 weeks) in our offices (London, Berlin and Paris) and/or at a customer location as part of a balanced team of architects, engineers, product managers, and business people
  • Help customers realise unprecedented returns by transforming existing applications, across a vast spectrum of complexity, language, and framework types, to run using Cloud Native patterns and practices
  • Coach and mentor customer developers, architects, product owners and operations people as we use agile/XP and techniques like TDD and CI/CD
  • Discover, understand and map existing software development life cycles (SDLC) processes and deliver automated paths to production for transformed existing applications.
  • Continuously learn and be at the leading edge of Pivotal and industry trends
  • You will also work closely with the Pivotal Cloud Foundry engineering teams to provide feedback on – and contributions to - community projects (like Spring and Steeltoe) and frameworks built by the Pivotal team that continuously strive to improve the Microsoft developer experience
  • Assist Pivotal’s customers in transitioning existing JVM and/or .NET apps to Pivotal Cloud Foundry
  • Modernize customer applications, incrementally improving infrastructure and app architecture techniques
  • Work with Pivotal’s customers to architect and build new cloud native apps
  • Become an agent of change within customer organizations
  • Willing to travel and work on-site with customers

 

Desired Skills:

  • Java expert, with experience and familiarity building Cloud applications using Spring and Spring Boot
  • Experience building distributed / service oriented / microservice-style and cloud based application architectures
  • Implementation experience in building Twelve-Factor applications, and using Domain Driven Design
  • You are an experienced Agile practitioner with software development experience, familiar with extreme programming, test driven development, pairing, continuous integration, continuous delivery, and related techniques

 

Preferred Skills

  • You are a polyglot programmer
  • Experience with various public clouds would be an advantage
  • Experience with Cloud Foundry would be an advantage



Pivotal is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer that will consider all qualified applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetics, age, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

 

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