Senior DevOps Engineer


Job description

- Take active part in the production problem root cause investigation, identification, and resolution (where necessary);

- Maintain, improve and troubleshoot our core systems used by several teams, some of those are Kafka, Zookeeper, Elasticsearch, Cassandra, ActiveMQ, Brooklin, etc.; 

- Preventive monitoring;
      Define, implement and maintain Service Level Objectives (SLOs)
      Iteratively improve monitoring & alerting

- Reduce Toil;
      Reduce or eliminate manual/repetitive tasks;
      Improving the resilience and reliability of the systems to reduce or eliminate manual       intervention on service recovery

- Design, develop and/or implement tools that will help the team(s) to perform their work more efficiently;

- Contribute to planning and development of our technological stack;

- Team player on an Agile team, working together to keep delivering at pace, scale and with demanded quality to support our products


- Familiar with SRE and DevOps methodologies

- Good Linux systems administration & Networking knowledge

- Experience on configuration management tools like Ansible or Chef

- Ability to debug and optimize code on at least one of the following programming languages: Python, Golang, Ruby or Scala

- Familiar with CD/CI pipelines comprising Jenkins, Git, Artifactory, Go, Ansible, and more

- Technical experience in managing a highly available and highly scalable public /private cloud environment (e.g. AWS, OpenStack, Azure)

- Nice to have hands-on knowledge of container orchestration (e.g. Kubernetes, Openshift);

- Ability to interact effectively with other functional teams;

- Excellent communicator, common sense and a passion for the art of problem-solving.

- Good written and verbal English communication skills


  • Free breakfast 
  • In-office masseuse, nutritionist, and ergonomist 

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