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Funding20M-50M USD
IndustrySaaS, Software
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Manager, DevOps Engineering

at Practice Fusion in San Francisco, CA   —   Jul 18, 2014   |  
Practice Fusion is looking for a player/coach to manage a growing DevOps team. You will lead by example to automate provisioning and deployment workflows. You should be able to gather infrastructure requirements, leverage expertise in scripting languages such as perl, ruby and powershell, and have experience with continual deployment technologies such as Jenkins and Chef.

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Work with scrum teams from product inception to gather infrastructure requirements
Automate provisioning and integration tasks as required to deploy new code
Build and maintain an automation framework
Create continuous integration scripts for automated code releases
Tie automation into a Site Reliability Framework to maintain high levels of uptime
Develop and maintain a configuration management database
Innovate new ways of doing things, and also operationalize efforts for other support organizations to monitor and troubleshoot
Experience as a Team Lead or manager
Experience working on large projects as a part of a team
Strong background in Chef and writing convergent code with robust error checking
Comfortable automating both Windows and Linux
Experience with highly available architectures
Experience supporting the complete application lifecycle
Experience with Ruby, Perl, Bash and/or PowerShell
Experience automating VMWare and/or AWS a strong plus
Bachelor of Science degree or other related discipline
4+ years automation with multiple scripting languages
2+ years supporting a mission critical online or SaaS application
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