Site reliability engineer (m/w/d)
- IT / Kommunikationstechnologie
- A straightforward permanent position working for our prestigious clients
- An attractive working environment with good prospects
- We actively search for employment and regularly communicate with you
- We are there for you personally throughout the mediation process
Your prospective job:
For our client, we are currently looking for a Site reliability engineer (f/m/d) in Pullach near Munich.
- Solving diverse software and infrastructure challenges
- Architecting and designing mission critical systems for scale, availability and resiliency in mind with minimal operational requirements
- Building microservices using Golang and/or Java
- Participating in on-call rotations
- Be available for escalations
- Experience in technology sophisticated environment automating cloud-native applications or solving scalability challenges
- Knowledge of Puppet, Chef or Ansible for configuration management
- Experience working with AWS, GCE or Azure and running container based stack, preferably Docker
- Development experience in either Go, Python or Ruby
- Very good command of English
- Team player
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