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IBM is looking to hire Software Engineer for IBM Cloud Brokerage team, you will develop AI Ops that uses analytic and machine learning in order to analyze big data from various IT Operation tools and devices.
Who You AreAs a Software Engineer for IBM Cloud Brokerage team, you will develop AI Ops that uses analytic and machine learning in order to analyze big data from various IT Operation tools and devices.What You'll DoYou'll be responsible for development of cognitive computing aspects of cloud brokerage, particular AI Ops - Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations. You'll develop quality code in an agile process working with geographically distributed product manager/Business Analysis, Architects and Software EngineersHow We‚??ll Help You GrowThis opportunity will help you to gain exposure on various cloud service providers, their integration and challenges. You will get to play with latest technologies in the areas of cloud and engineering. You will get opportunity to work with several architects spread across US and India.Required Technical and Professional Expertise
Cloud operations and Automation Tools (VmWare, ICAM)
Proven Record of developing enterprise class products and applications
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