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DevOps Engineer

DevOps Engineer
Our client is looking for a DevOps Engineer for their small interdisciplinary team that builds compelling applications for their products. They participate in the full product/feature lifecycle: imagining new customer-facing features, designing compelling user interfaces, constructing appropriate software architecture and infrastructure, implementing compelling proofs of concept and scaling their solutions to serve millions of users.

Responsibilities of the DevOps Engineer:
You will be responsible for the architecture, implementation, and scalability of their services.
The ideal candidate will be comfortable choosing the appropriate technology underpinnings, defining the end-to-end architecture, configuring the full stack through DevOps techniques, managing the data, and working with various specialists to ensure the system's scalability and performance.
The ideal candidate is deeply familiar with handling computationally heavy workloads using Infrastructure-as-a-Service solutions.

Requirement of the DevOps Engineer:
BS in Computer Science or related field
4+ years of related experience.
Strong hands-on coding and design skills, including DevOps techniques, performance testing & management, and data storage & processing.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a cross-functional team.
Experience working within Amazon Web Services or OpenStack deployments.
Focus on building solutions using open source technologies.
Red Hat Linux and/or CentOS Linux and/or Fedora Linux.
Python programming language.
Infrastructure as Code with Software Automation Tools (Chef/Puppet/Ansible/Fabric/Boto/etc.)
NoSQL Database Systems (e.g., Apache Cassandra) a plus
Networking skills using software firewalls and software routing daemons desired
Routing protocols (BGP, OSPF) preferred
Load balancing open source software solutions (Varnish, HAProxy, IPVS/LVS, exabgp) a plus


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