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Site Reliability Engineer

What You'll Do Are you excited to be part of a new team? Does the thought of building a new, highly secure cloud infrastructure excite you? Are you ready to tackle the challenge of ensuring system security from development to deployment? Do you want to become an expert in the system and undertake new challenges? This is an opportunity for you to join the security team within Cisco AMP for Endpoints, one of the world's leading security products. The AMP team ships security software for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android operating systems. The web console team uses Ruby, Cassandra, Mongo, MySQL, RabbitMQ etc., all managed by Chef. We deploy to multi-region AWS cloud and also ship as an on-premise appliance.   Who You'll Work With This is an exciting opportunity to work with the Cisco AMP engineering group based in Calgary to maintain, grow and scale the AMP infrastructure. The successful candidate will play a key role in supporting our AWS footprint through Terraform and Chef. In addition, the selected applicant will be responsible for monitoring our production environment and resolving issues.   Who You Are You are a Site Reliability Engineer who has a background maintaining a fast-growing infrastructure. You love working with an Operations team in building services for engineers and customers, improving build and testing pipelines and working on advanced orchestration systems. Minimum Qualifications 6-8+ years experience in the administration of enterprise-grade AWS infrastructures Enterprise-grade experience with Chef Very strong Linux system administration skills Proficiency in infrastructure, service and application monitoring tools Experience in managing a team of 2-4 people to complete projects Ability to participate in a 24/7/365 on-call rotation Desired Skills Experience in Datadog Familiarity with Terraform Familiarity with ElasticSearch, Logstash and Kibana Software development background US security clearance 1233136
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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