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πŸ€“ AWS Cloud Infra Engineer

14 000 - 22 000 PLN net

🌍 Fresha / Shedul | Al. Jerozolimskie 81, Warszawa

πŸ–₯ http://www.shedul.com

πŸ‘‰ Requirements:

  • Docker πŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”Έ
  • AWS πŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”Έ
  • Terraform πŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”Έ
  • Ansible πŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”Έ
  • Linux πŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”Έ
  • Jenkins πŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”Έ
  • Kubernetes πŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”Έ
  • PostgreSQL πŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”Έ
  • New Relic πŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”Έ
  • Do you want to work for Fresha.com / Shedul.com, a fast-growing platform that is revolutionizing the beauty and wellness industry? We are a global startup with offices in Warsaw, London, and Dubai. Our high-traffic booking platforms have quickly become a game-changing industry leader, with users in over 120 countries. Our customers book millions of appointments monthly, with thousands of active users at any time.

    Today we’re looking for an AWS Cloud Infrastructure Engineer (AWS CIE) - a person who'll join our Site Reliability Engineering team to apply her/his Software Engineering expertise (we have 100% Infrastructure-as-Code approach) to solve IT Operations problems. This role is not about (at least primarily) building new user-facing features, but about taking care of non-functional aspects of the platform's architecture (& infrastructure code behind it) - e.g. performance, scalability, high availability, resilience, maintainability, security, etc.

    In other words, such a person's daily activities will cover (a selection, not complete list):

    All of that to make sure that our exponentially growing traffic won't affect our never-ending quest to bring unparalleled value to both beauty salons & their demanding customers. This is NOT a greenfield, but a well-shaped, global, serious scale platform with over 8M bookings per month & 20% quarterly growth.

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    How we work:
    1. Our technology stack: https://stackshare.io/fresha/fresha
    2. Article on how we've started doing SRE: https://no-kill-switch.ghost.io/platform-keepers-c...
    3. Article on how we've moved from Heroku to AWS EKS: https://medium.com/fresha-engineering/gradually-sw...