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Posted on February 09, 2019
About this job
Job type: Full-time
Role: DevOps, System Administrator
python, linux, sysadmin
The DevOps team delivers automation tools and technology to support engineering teams developing services & applications. We are a team of engineers that are driving to a culture of SRE where we have a mix of responsibilities to create tools and platform services on one hand and on the other provide support so production services are running 24/7 to delight our customers. Some of the examples of the work we do are developing a monitoring platform that provides visibility into system and application metrics along with aggregating logs both from the backend and client apps; Developing CI/CD tools infrastructure and ensuring it's 24/7 uptime; Cost optimization of services running in public/private cloud environments; to name a few. As a DevOps Engineer, you will be a contributor to the team, working on cutting edge technology stacks that impacts and delights millions of customers.
Solid scripting & development language (e.g., bash, Go, Python, etc.)
Experience with automation software using Ansible , HashiCorp stack and Python
Experience with monitoring systems (e.g. Grafana/InfluxDB, Nagios, Datadog, CloudWatch, New Relic etc.)
Experience building tools for automation (building, testing, releasing, monitoring and alarming)
Experience with IaaS and PaaS providers such as AWS, OpenStack, VMWare etc.
Proficient in Linux command Line, system Administration and good hands-on installing software on Linux platforms
Understanding of containers technologies like Docker & Kubernetes. Hands-on experience with building and running containers on Kubernetes platform is a plus
Some networking knowledge (OSI network layers, TCP/IP, Firewalls, traffic shaping, and load balancing)
Familiarity with continuous integration/deployment processes and tools such as Jenkins, Concourse etc.
Experience with deploying and operating infrastructure running micro services based platforms