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DevOps Engineer - Slough - £300-£400 per day

Job Title: DevOps Engineer - Slough - £300-£400 per day
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Slough, Berkshire
Salary: £300 - £400 per annum + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: AA-234565_1490112969
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

DevOps Engineer - Slough - £300-£400 per day

Montash have been engaged by a leading IT solutions provider who are seeking to a DevOps Engineer for an immediate start and you will bring the below skill set:

This successful and fast growing organisation have now been titled 1 in their industry and pride themselves on their forward thinking approach to their industry / technology on the whole. The successful DevOps Engineer / Linux Engineer will be a pivotal figure in the engineering team, supporting critical infrastructure functions and driving innovation across the business.

Essential Skills

  • Extensive experience with Linux operating systems.
  • Scripting experience in either Bash / PHP (other languages considered).
  • Experience using monitoring tools such as Nagios.
  • Lamp, PostgreSQL, Squid, Samba and NFS, HS and LVS administration

Desirable Skills

  • Experience using AWS (EC2) cloud and basic knowledge of VMware.
  • Docker containers.
  • DevOps tools such as Ansible.
  • My SQL / MariaDB

please get in touch as soon as possible, before this exciting opportunity is taken, please email me on or call me on 0207 014 0237

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