What's it like to be a Solutions Architect?
As a Solutions Architect you will be responsible for assessing current computer systems, designing and developing new technology solutions and integrating software and hardware to fit the existing enterprise environment in order to address the needs of an organisation. You will need to understand how processes, operating systems and application architectures work together.
You will be responsible for improving productivity and lowering costs for management, streamlining day-to-day activities for business users and providing a secure, stable and supportive environment for the Information Technology team.
What can I earn as a Solutions Architect?
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How to become a Solutions Architect
- Complete a bachelor degree in the field of information technology, information systems, software engineering or computer science.
- A master's degree is usually needed for a specialisation in systems architecture, and some employers may prefer applicants to have a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in information systems. Some employers might also require Solutions Architects to participate in certification programs and periodic training.
- Gain approximately 3 or more years of experience with network administration or information technology systems, or as a systems engineer / software engineer.
- Become proficient in one or more of the following – Node.js, PHP, Python, Java, .Net.
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