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DevOps Development Engineer in Huntsville, AL

Mentor Graphics

Huntsville, AL 35801
5d ago


Systems Architecture & Engineering, DevOps & Site Reliability


Less than 5 years

Job Description

We are looking for a DevOps software engineer who will be responsible for building, scaling, and monitoring various highly complex build/release applications of ours, and making our container orchestration cluster highly available. The candidate should be familiar with Docker and containerization technologies and have knowledge of container orchestration tools like Kubernetes, and logging/monitoring tools for these orchestration tools. They will also be responsible for building and improving our application CI/CD pipelines and keeping themselves and their team up-to-date with the latest industry trends and technologies. Responsibilities

  • · Implement and improve monitoring and alerting.
  • · Build and maintain highly available systems on Kubernetes.
  • · Implement and manage CI/CD pipelines.
  • · Implement an auto-scaling system for our Kubernetes nodes.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • · Operations or
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Valid through: 2020-4-8

About Mentor Graphics Corporation

Mentor Graphics, Inc is a US-based multinational corporation dealing in electronic design automation (EDA) for electrical engineering and electronics. In 2001, it was ranked third in the EDA industry it helped create. Founded in 1981, the company is headquartered in Wilsonville, Oregon, and employs roughly 5,200 people worldwide with annual revenues of around $1 billion. In 1981, the idea of computer-aided design for electronics as the foundation of a company occurred to several groups - those who founded Mentor, Valid Logic Systems, and Daisy Systems. One of the main distinctions between these groups was that the founding engineers of Mentor, whose backgrounds were in software development at Tektronix, ruled out designing and manufacturing proprietary computers to run their software applications. They felt that hardware was going to become a commodity owned by big computer companies, so instead they would select an existing computer system as the hardware platform for the Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) programs they would build. By February 1981, most of the start-up team had been identified; by March, the three executive founders, Tom Bruggere, Gerry Langeler and Dave Moffenbeier had left Tektronix, and by May the business plan was complete. The first round of money, $1 million, came from Sutter Hill, Greylock, and Venrock Associates. The next round was $2 million from five venture capital firms, and in April 1983 a third round raised $7 million more. Mentor Graphics was one of the first companies to attract venture capital to Oregon.
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