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Software engineer (PUPPET, AZURE, UNIX)

Job Title: Software engineer (PUPPET, AZURE, UNIX)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: East Midlands,
Industry:
Salary: £55000 - £56000 per annum + Bonus + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: Tbh4747
Contact Name: Tyler Bass Hunt
Contact Email: tylerb@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Job purpose

The individual will be responsible for Azure design, development and document repository environments.

Key responsibilities:

  • Maintenance and management of E-commerce development and testing environments
  • Maintenance and management of document repositories such as SVN and Jira
  • Undertake environmental reviews
  • Code and configuration deployment
  • Refinement, tuning and optimising of the deployment process
  • Liaison with third party support organisations

Skills

  • Excellent UNIX, Linux or Python skills
  • Working knowledge of code repositories and software version control (GIT is preferred)
  • Experience of configuration management with Puppet, Chef, Salt or Ansible
  • Understanding of application deployment strategies
  • Exposure to continuous integration (Ideally Jenkins)
  • Knowledge of Cloud environments (Ideally Azure)
  • Experience in the maintenance and management of software development environments hosted on VM's
  • Appreciation of performance tuning, metrics and monitoring tools (Preferably ELK)
  • Life-cycle experience
  • Development code life-cycle experience
  • Experience and understanding of the Global IT release management process
  • Must be organised; will produce, communicate and gain agreement on plans

IOT Cloud / Azure / Office 365 / Dynamics CRM Online / Amazon EC2 / Amazon S3 / Amazon AWS / ServiceNow / CPQ / VMware vCloud Air / Public Cloud / Private Cloud / Hybrid Cloud / Lambda AWS

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