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Job 108981

DevOps Engineer - Munich

Task:

  • Develop new functionalities for the DSP (Data Science Platform)
  • Evaluate new technologies in the field of cloud computing, distributed computing, data engineering, and data science
  • Resolve incidents and change requests
  • Support and interact with data scientists and data engineers within the Company Group (Insurance)
  • Write user guides, announcements, blog posts, and best practices

Requirements (Must have):

  • Experience with Linux
  • Virtualization (virtual machines & Docker) & Cluster Manager (preferable Hashicorp toolstack)
  • Deployment and configuration automation (Ansible)
  • Experience in the deployment and the operation of containerized databases in a production environment (e.g. PostgreSQL, Elasticsearch, Neo4J, Cassandra)
  • Experience in the deployment and the operation of an event-based architecture in a production environment (using e.g. Kafka)
  • Continuous integration, deployment, and delivery
  • DevOps mindset (you build it, you run it; taking responsibility for your work)
  • Team player open to work in an agile environment
  • Fluent English (written and spoken) is a must

Sample projects:

  • Design and implement production ready jobs for PostgreSQL, Kafka and Cassandra

Miscellaneous:

  • Fulltime
  • onsite
  • Option to extend
  • Location: Munich

Kontakt

Karen Urbat-Friedrich
Telefon: +49 89 993910-57
karen.urbat-friedrich@allgeier-experts.com
  • Branche Versicherung
  • Ort Munich
  • Start 02.06.2019
  • Dauer 31.12.2019++
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