AWS Developers

10 results from Eastern Europe

AWS - Amazon Web Services, a powerful (and constantly expanding) suite of cloud services that Amazon has been offering since 2006.

Oleksandr D.

UA

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Senior DevOps Engineer

Hard-working, meticulous and goal oriented person inclined towards perfectionism, recognized for flexibility, adaptability and analytical skills

Yulian S.

UA

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Full time

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Principal Architect

I’m a Systems Architect with more than 12 years in software development, DevOps, architecture design and technology consulting.

Roman V.

UA

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Software Engineer

Software Engineer with 7+ years of experience in Java.

Volodymyr D.

UA

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Full time

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Senior DevOps Engineer

More than 15 years of working experience in IT industry. Worked as System Integration and DevOps Engineer for different international projects in Security, Telecom and IPTV solutions

Alexander S.

UA

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Full time

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Senior System Administrator

10+ years of experience in software development

Oleksandr B.

UA

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Full time

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System Administrator

More than 14 years as system administrator and 9 years as head of IT.

Viktor S.

UA

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Full time

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Java Developer

Over 10 years of professional experience in positions as Software Engineer, Database Engineer, Database Administrator.

Andrew A.

UA

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Full time

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Lead Systems Engineer

Software engineer/consultant/(Unix system administrator) with more than 10 years Unix system/ network administration

Roman G.

UA

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Full time

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Team Lead/CTO

Over 8 years of experience in software development.

Eugene S.

UA

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Full time

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Senior Cloud Engineer

Creative technologist, tech entrepreneur and good-hearted fellow based in Kyiv, Ukraine with over 10 years’ experience in IT

Do you need an AWS developer for your project?

AWS is short for Amazon Web Services, a powerful (and constantly expanding) suite of cloud services that internet giant Amazon has been offering since 2006.

Knowledge of AWS has become a must-have part of the cloud developer toolset. AWS provides on-demand infrastructure, platforms, and software packages in a pay-as-you-go model – there are over 100 services available.

Developers who know AWS can use it to almost instantly create a reliable, failure-proof infrastructure, or even a complete data center. Using Amazon’s infrastructure allows huge cost reduction compared to buying hardware, and building a new infrastructure for every project.

AWS is cost-effective, and doesn’t require any long-term commitments. The initial investment is minimal, and costs only grow if you use more resources, which is really healthy for ROI.

It is scalable, and flexible, allowing developers to build and change an infrastructure in any way they like. And, most importantly, it is secure, and it encapsulates Amazon’s extensive experience in building global web infrastructures.

The most popular service is the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, which gives access to almost unlimited virtual servers for computing capacity (as long as you have the budget). This allows AWS developers to set up the server side of the project in no-time.

There are also storage services, database and database management services, migration and hybrid cloud services, networking services, development tools and application services, management and monitoring services, security and governance services, big data management and analytics services, artificial intelligence services, mobile development services, message and notification services, and more.

That’s a lot to learn, so should a good AWS developer know, and have experience with all of these services? Definitely not. They should know the ones that your project requires, that’s for sure, and they should have a deep understanding of the AWS ecosystem, meaning that they know what services are available, and know when to deploy them if necessary.

It won’t hurt if the developer has an AWS certification, but a great developer will know (or learn) to use any AWS service in no-time, because they all come with detailed instructional materials and documentation.

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