Customer Success Technical Architect
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices located worldwide, OpsRamp is a modern SaaS platform company that’s just entered its next stage of growth with new investment from Morgan Stanley, HPE and Sapphire Ventures. We’re disrupting the $28 billion-dollar market of IT operations management, fundamentally changing how IT teams support the business through infrastructure management.
As one of Forbes’ Top Cloud Computing Companies to Work For, we’re working to upend the old way of discovering, monitoring, managing, and automating IT infrastructure with tomorrow’s innovations like artificial intelligence, cloud capabilities, and more. We’re building the best team of innovators, thinkers, and doers in technology to realize the future of digital operations and bring it to life. It’s truly the dawn of a new era for a major market, and we’re in the center of it. Are you ready to join the future of IT operations?
OpsRamp is looking for a talented Customer Success Technical Architect in the US. Join a team of innovators and be part of the next revolution in Ops automation!
The Customer Success Technical Architect (CSTA) position is a critical role within the Customer Success Team, where our goal is to ensure the success of our customers. CSTAs drive the technical health and adoption for our customers through
proactive problem management, issue resolution, understanding and documenting the customer’s architecture, identifying best practices and managing customer expectations.
You will work directly with our customers as a technical authority to ensure adoption of the OpsRamp solution. This is a customer facing technical role responsible for post deployment value adoption and realization. You’ll work alongside with the Customer Success Value Managers to adopt and help realize the value of the OpsRamp IT management platform into customer enterprise environments. You’ll be required to travel to client sites, as needed.
- Develop a deep understanding of OpsRamp IT Operations Platform, architecture and its capabilities through training and hands-on experience.
- Build on the technical design and architecture developed during the implementation phase to maintain a point in time architecture for each customer.
- Perform and own the health checks during the customer success engagement lifecycle in a client environment.
- Understand and document client use cases and build best practice documentation for the various use cases.
- Review the current state and help the customer realize the future state by performing regular health checks.
- Strong technical understanding of the customers use cases and ability to map it to the OpsRamp capabilities.
- Track support and feature requirements and interface with the Product and Engineering team where required for quick resolution.
- Ensure and document full deployment of the OpsRamp product in client's environment.
- Establish technical authority quickly with executive technical customer stakeholders.
- Invest time in documenting best practices, capturing and disseminating knowledge and other initiatives that enhances the growth of OpsRamp
- 10-12 years experience, preferably in the IT management (ITOM)/APM fields.
- At least 5+ years experience in senior customer-facing positions as an Implementation Architect or Lead Solution Architect.
- Knowledge of infrastructure or systems domain - Compute, Network, Storage, Cloud.
- In-depth understanding of infrastructure management processes.
- At least 3+ years experience with one of the monitoring solutions (Open Source or Commercial).
- Excellent written and oral communication skill, analytical, self-motivated and a quick on-the-job learning skill.
- Ability to quickly learn and certify on newer technologies.
- Effectively multitask between initiatives with minimal oversight and provide a positive customer service attitude.
- Required Technical Background: Monitoring Protocol standards - SNMP,WMI. API client programming consuming REST/SOAP webservices. Scripting in Perl/Python Script or Powershell/VBScript. Remote infrastructure management. Unix/Linux and Windows platform experience