New Orleans was recently named America's "Biggest Brain Magnet" by Forbes and the "Coolest Startup City in America" by Inc. magazine. The iSeatz office is located in the IP Building located within the Warehouse & Arts District. The IP Building, founded in 2008 by renowned developer Brian Gibbs, iSeatz, the Idea Village, Launch Pad, and Carrolton Technology Partners has become the epicenter of the New Orleans entrepreneurial movement.
The primary function of the Business Analyst is to act as a communication conduit between the stakeholders and the implementation team. In this role, the Business Analyst is responsible for communication and collaboration between the business and IT, and will serve as the bridge between the needs of our clients, Account Management, Projects Managers, Quality Assurance and the Development teams. The Business Analyst will own the requirements gathering processes and associated distribution of project information. It is the Business Analyst’s responsibility to ensure that all parties understand what is required for successful implementation and delivery.
Spearhead the development and implementation of cloud-‐based initiatives to ensure that systems are scalable, reliable, secure, and supportable, and that they achieve business and IT performance and budgetary objectives. The Cloud Operations Manager oversees a team of experienced system administrators and engineers responsible for managing all aspects of the Amazon Cloud environment. Responsibilities include, executing on the organization’s cloud environment goals, innovate ways to increase system performance and efficiency, build and maintain processes to empower the Cloud Operations team to meet business goals, and work closely with technology engineers to grow our cutting edge ecommerce platform.
Design, implement and deploy high availability solutions in the cloud environment. Plan and conduct technical tasks associated with the implementation and maintenance of cloud application infrastructure. The Cloud Solutions Engineer collaborates with technical leadership and business stakeholders to develop cloud solutions to meet operational goals for high availability, performance, stability, security, and cost efficiency.
Perform implementation, configuration, operational support, maintenance, and optimization of the cloud infrastructure. The Cloud System Administrator manages the performance and security of application servers and troubleshoots issues. The Cloud System Administrator works as part of the Cloud Operations team to ensure proper application sizing and provisioning, and collaborates with development leadership to deploy new technology and custom applications.