Systems Architects give their job an average rating of 3.7 out of 5.0. The Systems Architects happiest with their jobs are employed by Sun Microsystems with an average rating of 4.3 while the Systems Architects least happy with their jobs work for CargoMatrix with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"I like System Architect responsibilities but the people I work with I don't like."
"I love Network and Network Security design."
"Really good to be a System Architect."
"I mainly develop. In some cases I am asked to also architect a framework."
"Most of the times it is difficult to get customer's requirements and adapt all of them into existing products. The main challenge/objective is to build a product that is suitable (with minor change) to all customers."
"Not bad job. But I feel sometimes that I'd like to code something manually."
"IT limitations. Control by other groups. limited amount of new projects."
"I love it due to the fact that I can participate in all software development life cycle and work independently. I hate this because I have to support unfamiliar field like geophysical field, which is not my expertise."
"I love the customer interaction getting to root cause of their needs and coming up with a solution. I hate the political structure and not getting recognized for my accomplishments."
"Nothing, it was a great position."
"I really enjoy building complete environments for a client, from the storage all the way to the presentation layer as well as coordinating with many different functional areas to get everything working properly. I also enjoy diagnosing issues within the environment as well as doing performance and scalability analysis. Some of the work as a System Architect is tedious and frustrating but the the end result is well worth it."
"I love to play with new technologies and implement systems that can scale."
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