Bring coding expertise into operations.
The best of two worlds
(M/F/X) for Cluj-Napoca, Cologne, Frankfurt, Kassel, Linz, Perg, St. Pölten, Vienna

Site Reliability Engineer

Develop new tools and bridge development and operations by applying a software engineering mindset to system administration topics.

As a Site Reliability Engineer, you will…

  • be responsible for the stability & scalability of systems running state of the art technology & architecture
  • improve the system design and build in reliability & maintainability
  • spend your time on automation (e.g. Python, Go, Java, bash) instead of recurring tasks
  • identify and debug complex issues in a heterogeneous infrastructure system
  • share your findings with other project members by conducting a post-mortem analysis
  • sporadically travel to other office locations or to customer meetings
  • run systems on our DER CLUSTER infrastructure or public cloud (Azure, AWS, Google Cloud)
  • work with open source and cloud native technologies like:
    • OpenShift, OpenStack, Kubernetes
    • Linux & Containers (e.g. Ubuntu, CentOs, Docker)
    • Gitlab, Teamcity, SonarQube, Artifactory
    • Kafka, ActiveMQ
    • Redis, MySQL, Postgres
    • Graylog, Elasticsearch, Grafana, Prometheus
    • Ceph, GlusterFS

You will enjoy this job if you…

  • like to learn and love to solve challenges together with a team
  • have sound communication skills (English) and strong analytical skills
  • have a solid understanding of the tech stack and willingness to fill gaps if necessary
  • have experiences with continuous integration (CI) tools and container technologies
  • are familiar with at least one of the following topics:
    • Java build tools, such as Gradle in the context of Spring Framework, Hibernate etc.
    • Continuous integration and delivery
    • Configuration management tools such as Ansible, Puppet etc.
    • Cloud Computing (Azure, AWS, Google)
    • Infrastructure as code (e.g. Terraform)
    • Microservice architecture

As Cloudflight employees, we love to…

  • learn new things, constantly challenge ourselves and are really passionate about our field of work
  • solve problems and develop efficient solutions
  • have a “can do” attitude and positive outlook
  • share and exchange knowledge
  • have a lot of freedom and the chance to grow
  • discuss new ideas and have the opportunity to shape a naturally and rapidly growing business
  • spend quality time with our colleagues during social events – also across locations

Financial

For Austria: The law stipulates that the minimum wage must be specified in job postings. The minimum salary is 42.672 euros/year in the collective agreement. Adequate to your skills, we are willing to pay much more.

Any questions?

Ask our People Operations team.

Events to meet & greet

Every Wednesday, online

Digital Leader Webinar

30. October 2020

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