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DevOps Consultant - London - Up to £80,000

Job Title: DevOps Consultant - London - Up to £80,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £50000 - £80000 per annum + benefits and bonus
REF: 505000_1496823499
Contact Name: David Meeajane
Contact Email: davidm@montash.com
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Our client a leading digital consultancy spanning 13 different countries, are actively seeking an experienced Infrastructure Architect / DevOps Consultant to join them on a permanent basis.

Candidates will be aligned to a client and must be flexible to travel to different sites.

This unique role allows you to carry out work at architecture level while still working hands-on to deliver solutions. You will be responsible for architecting, building, maintaining and improving the infrastructure and operational aspects of the project, including continuous integration/deployment environments.

We'll be looking to see good experience across some of the following areas:

  • Experience in a client facing role and comfortable leading when needed
  • Experience in both designing and delivering the infrastructure architecture
  • Cloud Providers - AWS, Azure, GCP, Skyscape
  • Configuration management (Ansible, Chef, Puppet, Saltstack)
  • Container Tech (Docker, Kubernetes, ECS…)
  • Private Cloud (Cloudstack, OpenStack, CloudFoundry)
  • Building deployment pipelines using CI/CD tools. (Jenkins, Bamboo, Git)
  • OS Tuning and Management - Linux/Unix/BSD and Windows
  • Web Technologies - Nginx, Apache, Varnish, HAproxy, IIS
  • Databases - PostgreSQL, MySQL/MariaDB, Mongo, Hadoop, Elasticsearch, Cassandra, Redis
  • Scripting skills (Bash, Python, Ruby)

Infrastructure Architect / DevOps Consultant - London - Up to £80,000

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