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Funding20M-50M USD
IndustrySoftware, Discovery, Enterprise
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Senior DevOps

at NetSkope in Los Altos   —   Jul 02, 2014   |  
Netskope has invested heavily in building a world-class secure cloud. Our DevOPS team builds, secures, manages and operates multiple locations across the globe. If you want to take on hard problems, solve complex problems to scale, geo-load-balance services, deliver on aggressive SLA’s this job is for you.
Be responsible for our production, beta, staging and lab environments
Deploy hardware and software
Build monitoring tools to measure performance and availability
Take proactive and remedial actions on detecting failures
Do day to day maintenance including patching systems and executing on business continuity and disaster recovery plans
Closely work with engineering team to build scale out services that are geo-load-balanced
Harden our network, host, application and database
Provide tools like log aggregation for engineering teams
Work with Engineering and Product Management on building processes and tools to meet with various compliance criteria such as SOC, ISO 270001 etc.
5+ years building, maintaining, hardening, scaling cloud apps
An expert Linux systems administrator with knowledge of process, networking and I/O internals. Knowledge of strace a plus.
Experience in deployment automation using Ansible (preferred), Puppet or Chef
Prior experience in using monitoring tools for CPU, Network, Disk as well as applications
Experience in deploying, securing and scaling databases (MySQL and NoSQL)
Experience with Nginx
Knowledge of hypervisors such as KVM, Xen, VMWare etc.
Mastery in Shell scripting. Knowledge of Python a plus.
BS or MS in Computer Science a plus
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