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We are seeking an experienced DevOps/Ops Engineer to join our dynamic team. The ideal candidate will be responsible for enhancing and maintaining our cloud infrastructure, monitoring systems, and CI/CD pipelines. This role involves working with a variety of technologies and platforms, including AWS, Azure, GCP, Jenkins, Linux, Ansible, Docker, Python, InfluxDB, and Grafana.

As our DevOps/Ops Engineer you will:

  • Cloud Infrastructure Management:
  • Migrate artifacts from S3, ECR, EC2 from an old AWS account to a new one.
  • Configure and manage AWS, Azure, and GCP accounts in alignment with Infrastructure as Code (IaC) principles.
  • Automate configuration and optimize performance of OpenNebula Linux servers, including build nodes, data storage, and docker registry.
  • CI/CD Pipeline Optimization:
  • Optimize the performance and stability of Jenkins nodes; investigate and resolve current failures.
  • Review and enhance the structure and efficiency of scripted pipelines.
  • Monitoring and Performance Improvement:
  • Conduct a thorough review of our existing InfluxDB/Grafana monitoring system and implement improvements.
  • Optimize Docker files to reduce size and enhance efficiency.
  • Expertise in Linux performance optimization.
  • Collaboration and Documentation:
  • Collaborate with development and operations teams to streamline deployment processes.
  • Document all processes and maintain records of configurations and changes.

In your first 180 days you will...

  1. Migrate resources: Transfer resources from Amazon S3, ECR, and EC2 from an existing AWS account to a new one, ensuring a smooth and secure transition of resources.
  2. AWS Account Configuration: Set up the new AWS account in alignment with Infrastructure as Code (IAC) principles to streamline and automate the deployment of infrastructure resources.
  3. Monitoring System Enhancement: Conduct a thorough evaluation of our current monitoring setup, including InfluxDB and Grafana, with the aim of identifying and implementing enhancements to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
  4. Jenkins Nodes Optimization: Analyze and optimize the performance of our Jenkins nodes. Investigate and resolve existing issues to enhance node reliability and stability.
  5. Infrastructure Optimization: Examine our infrastructure, specifically focusing on OpenNebula Linux servers, including build nodes, data storage, and Docker registry. Automate configuration processes and implement performance improvements.
  6. *Docker File Optimization: Assess current Docker files for efficiency and size reduction opportunities. Implement strategies to streamline and minimize Docker image sizes without compromising functionality.
  7. *Pipeline Refinement: Review and refine our scripted pipelines, focusing on improving their structure and performance to enhance automation and deployment processes.
  8. *Cloud Account Management: Evaluate and configure our Azure and GCP accounts in accordance with Infrastructure as Code (IaC) practices, ensuring optimal setup and resource management.

Technology Stack: The ideal candidate will work with a technology stack that includes AWS (EC2, S3, ECR), Jenkins, Linux, Ansible, Docker, Python, InfluxDB, OpenNebula and Grafana.


To be successful you should have;

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field.
  • Proven experience in DevOps or similar roles, with a focus on cloud infrastructure and CI/CD pipelines.
  • Strong knowledge of AWS, Jenkins, Linux, Ansible, Docker, Python, InfluxDB, and Grafana.
  • Experience with Azure and GCP is highly desirable.
  • Demonstrated experience in Linux performance optimization.
  • Strong problem-solving skills and ability to work under pressure.
  • Excellent communication and teamwork abilities.

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What’s in it for you?

A focus on professional development;

  • Training reimbursements
  • Mentor programs
  • Knowledge-Exchange programs
  • Interesting and challenging projects
  • Flexible working hours
  • Paid 24 days of vacation per year and unlimited sick leave
  • Medical insurance reimbursement
  • Co-working and gym/sports reimbursement
  • The opportunity to receive a reward for the most innovative idea that the company can patent.

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