Senior Cloud Platform Engineer

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The Cloud Platform Engineer will be a part of the Cloud Platform Engineering team. The Cloud Platform Engineering team is responsible for architecture and design and automated provisioning of our cloud platform. We interface with engineering teams and internal customers to define and deliver robust, scalable, and agile architectures in support of the rapidly growing product capabilities to support development, testing, deployment, and monitoring of containerized applications hosted on the cloud platform.

Responsibilities

  • Delivering end-to-end automation of deployment, monitoring, and infrastructure management in a cloud environment
  • Design, engineer and implement next generation cloud native solutions into AWS public cloud
  • Design and implement continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) for technology platforms and hosted applications
  • Assist application teams with microservice and event driven architecture solutioning along with design specifications and implementation of industry best practices and standards as applications move to the cloud
  • Assist with application product releases to production environments
  • Develop and implement Infrastructure as Code (IaC) provisioning solutions
  • Assist with design and implementation of virtual networking (DNS, routing, firewall) based solutions for cloud native applications and platform components
  • Define standards and best practices by conducting POCs for new cloud technologies leveraged by the development organization and engineering teams 
  • Provide expertise and serve as a Subject Matter Expert regarding Cloud for both infrastructure and applications in cloud platform
  • Perform technology investigations to develop and maintain the knowledge base of current leading edge and developing technologies with the goal of using the knowledge to identify emerging business opportunities and in support of existing business programs
  • Be the liaison with project teams on cloud technologies and solutions 

Minimum Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree and 6 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree and 3 years of professional work experience, or a PhD degree, or equivalent experience) is required.

Additional Qualifications

  • Understand the best practices and patterns in software development
  • Experience with programming languages like NodeJS, GoLang etc.
  • Experience with CI/CD (knowledge of the principles and ability to set up a pipeline from scratch)
  • Experience with infrastructure provisioning (such as Terraform etc.)

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