CloudBlue is a technology solution startup born from the need to digitally transform a multibillion-dollar enterprise. The CloudBlue platform orchestrates ecosystems for customers worldwide, including the largest B2B Cloud Marketplace in the world. We have spent 15+ years innovating and investing in digital transformation, subscriptions, and multi-level partner ecosystems. Today, hundreds of customers rely on CloudBlue to orchestrate their ecosystems and scale their businesses globally.
By joining the CloudBlue team, you’ll be playing a significant role in our growth, having an opportunity to make an immediate impact on the business. Our entrepreneurial scope means we operate with the agility of a high-growth start-up, but with the confidence & backing of a Fortune 100 corporation, Ingram Micro. At CloudBlue you'll work with a diverse and multi-cultural team that spans cultures, continents, and time zones to serve our global customer base. You’ll be a part of a culture that emphasizes trust, open communication, and continuous learning.
Technical Product Manager, IaaS
The successful candidate for Technical Product Manager will join the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Product Management team supporting and advancing the roadmap for CloudBlue solutions for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and related Cloud solutions.
The candidate will lead the complete lifecycle of software development for Cloud Services that are scaled for worldwide adoption, performant in high transaction velocity environments, and with mission-critical grade reliability. The candidate will actively solicit market inputs from stakeholders, create sustainable roadmaps to meet those needs, make leadership decisions on development investments, craft technical requirements and user journeys to guide developers, be accountable for quality, and support worldwide adoption deployments.
As a citizen developer in the modern world, the ideal candidate will possess the abilities to do proof-of-concept or prototype coding, and where appropriate, be hands-on to debug existing code for faults against the Technical Product Manager’s original requirements.
The candidate will use business acumen to manage relationships with key global cloud partners, service providers, and customers, as well as internal engineering, delivery, and operational organizations. And be able to prepare polished core content for the channel, client, and executive needs. The ideal candidate will be able to surface business intelligence from an array of operational data sources and performance indicators and use these insights in support of strategic business plans and in discussions with key internal and external stakeholders.
Supporting a high-velocity and rapidly evolving business, a candidate will feel personal ownership of market successes, and constantly seek to implement or improve processes, standards, and operational plans that will positively impact the achievement of functional results.
Four-year post-secondary degree (or additional relevant experience in a related field).