The Operations team within Mashery (an Intel Company) manages a hybrid environment that spans both public cloud infrastructure (Amazon EC2) as well as physical servers in a traditional managed hosting model. This standout group handles everything from basic incident response, to writing the code that keeps our configuration management system humming. You will be part of a top-notch operations team that can move at the speed of a startup, but with the benefits that come with working at a world-class enterprise like Intel. This is an opportunity to operate and engineer systems on a large scale and to gain top-notch experience in cloud computing.
- As key member of the Operations team, you will be responsible for maintaining the production servers in various environments including Amazon EC2.
- Work with Release Management and Dev/QA teams to perform code releases to production systems.
- Troubleshoot production incidents, digging in through network, OS, and hardware layers, and addressing these until resolution.
- Deploy servers using standard Operations tools (primarily using Puppet).
- BS in Computer Science or related discipline, or related work experience.
- 5+ years of industry experience focused on Linux system administration.
- Expert in administering Linux operating systems.
- Understanding of web application tiers (app, database, caching).
- Experience scripting and programming for systems administration using shell, perl, python or other scripting languages.
- Solid knowledge of TCP/IP networking fundamentals.
- Strong experience with configuration management systems such as CFEngine, Chef, or Puppet.
- Experience with metrics acquisition and analysis, including log processing and regular expressions programming.
- Experience developing web-based system monitoring and mitigation tools.
- Experience with systems administration in a virtualized environment, or network administration.
Job Category: Engineering
Primary Location: India-India, Pune
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Job Type: Experienced
Apply Before: Oct 22, 2014
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