As a Backend Engineer, you’ll work in the core team of a fast growing startup.You’ll have the opportunity to build the backend of the next generation cloud platform foraccessing applications, from design to backend implementation. Come and join us to changehow millions of users access their application every day.
You have a BS in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience
5+ years experience in Java server-side development.
3+ years experience with Linux OS
Experience in Network Protocols, RESTful web-services, Web-Sockets, etc...
Experience in working with databases (Relational DB and NoSQL)
Nice to have: TDD, Microservices Architecture and Continuous Delivery Methodologies
Nice to have: Amazon Web Services or Google Cloud Engine
As a Devops Engineer, you’ll work in the core team of a fast growing startup.You’ll have the opportunity to build the infrastructure of the next generation cloud platform foraccessing applications. You will be responsible for building and maintaining our core cloudinfrastructure, implementing CI/CD, working with cutting edge, state of the art technologies.Come and join us to change how millions of users access their application every day.
You have 3+ years experience as a DevOps/SRE, working with AWS cloud
Infrastructure and services such as EC2, Lambda, S3 and DynamoDB
Proficient in scripting languages like bash, python, etc.
Experience with configuration management (preferably Ansible) and orchestration tools
(preferably Kubernetes and Terraform)
You have solid experience with Continuous Deployment systems (CI/CD)
You have extensive experience with Linux OS.
Able to collaborate with diverse groups of people: engineering and product.
Nice to have: experience in operating databases (Relational DB and NoSQL)
Nice to have: experience in Virtualization and Containerization experience (preferably Docker)
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