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DevOps Engineer

Job Title: DevOps Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £400 - £550 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: DEVOPE1_1504606776
Contact Name: Dean Hadi
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

We are looking for a DevOps Engineer to join an enthusiastic team in the heart of London. This client is one of the top game creators in the world and have won multiple awards. They are looking for a DevOps engineer to join their vibrant office near Liverpool Street. With over 10 offices worldwide and 400 employees now represents a significant period of growth and investment.


The role:

  • Allow the engineering team to safely use AWS infrastructure
  • Designing and executing the best delivery pipelines for mobile applications
  • Execute high quality coding and high-speed iterations using either Python or Ruby
  • Regular improvement using agile processes
  • Scale up the automation infrastructure by working with the Quality Assurance team


About the candidate:

  • Strong ability to write readable scripts in Python or Ruby
  • Automating build, release and test experience using Git, Maven or Jenkins
  • Broad understanding of Linux
  • Experience automating complex consumer-facing distributed server systems
  • Knowledge with virtualised environments (in particular EC2 or other AWS)
  • Clear understanding of Docker
  • Can profile, maintain and tune database software (Particularly MySQL)
  • Previous experience with tools in configuration management such as Puppet, Chef or Ansible

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