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Cloud Engineer

Job Title: Cloud Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany
Salary: €500 - €800 per day + Expenses
Start Date: 01/05/2017
Duration: 6 Months
REF: ENG-Cloud-GER_1491901543
Contact Name: Oliver Black
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description


- Driving project/service delivery

- Plan and lead the deployment of the cloud solution in a production environments

- Design and develop automation workflows, performing unit tests and conducting reviews to make sure work is designed, coded, and effectively tuned for platform performance, and assessing the overall quality of delivered components

- Strong verbal and written communication skills in order to effective communicate with key stakeholders across the business.

- Implementation scalable system solutions is required

- Experience migrating on-site solutions to cloud based offerings, such as Amazon's AWS

- Collaborating with other platforms tech leads to ensure integrated end-to-end design

- Supporting PM in technical tasks & delivery schedule development

- experience developing applications embracing Agile principles

- Minimum of 2 years' experience with Cloud based hosting solutions

- Minimum of 2 years' with large-scale infrastructure designs, implementation, and support

- AWS Certified

- 5+ years' experience with OOP concepts and modern scripting languages, (Python, Ruby, Perl) and frameworks (RAILS)

- 3+ years' creating recipes with Chef, building cookbooks

- 3+ years' using cloud based hosting solutions (AWS-EC2/S3, Azure

- 3+ years' developing automation workflows and routines, using Open Source Tools

- experience with large-scale software implementation (high transaction volume, high-availability concepts) .

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