Engineer III, Site Reliability

2U
Job LocationUS
Job TagData Analytics

Description:

Do you believe in the power education has to unlock human potential? 2U / edX is the leading global online learning platform which empowers millions of learners to become changemakers in their life, community, and the world. Are you a collaborative and results-driven Site Reliability Engineer who is ready to elevate your career to the next level?

Responsibilities:

  • Developing and maintaining production-level deployment pipelines and infrastructure¬†
  • Planning and estimating development tasks and short-term projects
  • Developing and using metrics to drive infrastructure decisions
  • Relating your project deliverables to products you are building and strategy behind them
  • Advocating for user needs in infrastructure and software you are building
  • Collaborating with internal development teams to define and refine requirements

Qualifications:

  • AWS services (EC2, RDS, Route53 and more…)
  • Infrastructure as Code using Terraform
  • Orchestration platforms for containers (i.e. Docker, Kubernetes/ EKS, ECS)
  • Kubernetes deployments using Helm or Kustomize, ArgoCD experience is a bonus
  • Programming experience in Python, Go or other object-oriented languages
  • Ansible, Puppet or comparable configuration management tools
  • Linux systems administration
  • Network administration
  • Scripting languages such as Bash, CSH, etc

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