DevOps Engineer

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San Diego, CA

Industry: Technology

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Not Specified years

Posted 154 days ago

  by    Cynet Sytems

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We are looking for DevOps Engineer for our client in San Diego, CA

Job Title: DevOps Engineer

Job Location: San Diego, CA

Job Type: Contract ? 12 Months / Contract to Hire / Direct Hire

Job Description:

Skillset required:

 

  • Software Development Lifecycle
  • Agile methodologies
  • Linux and Windows Server operating systems
  • Windows services
  • Linux networking troubleshooting/connectivity skills
  • Fabric for remote scripting
  • MS SQL / MSQL database technologies
  • .NET, ASP, SOAP and REST technologies
  • Java Enterprise
  • Jetty/JBoss
  • Jenkins or other automated build platforms
  • Version control systems (SVN, Git, etc., creating branches, releases, code merging)
  • Enterprise Cloud Virtualization
  • Maven and Artifactory
  • Scripting languages (Python, Ruby, Shell)
  • TIBCO Enterprise Message System(s)
  • Splunk Enterprise

 

Duties to be performed:

 

  • Understand the M2M MC Engineering and QA Best Practices Guidelines
  • Understand the M2M MC Platform architecture, message flow and how application services interact
  • Coordinate development and testing environments
  • Coordinates with network operations when system or environmental changes must be made
  • Direct and enforce code branching for releases
  • Performs code merging between branches
  • Configures new instances of Jenkins
  • Track application code and configuration changes
  • Track database schema and replication changes
  • Track new and deprecated application services and configurations
  • Tracks and documents code changes between releases
  • Work with various teams including: developers, QA, triage, technical support, product management, project managers, database administrators and technical writers
  • Ensures that deliverables are made in a timely manner
  • Maintains build history and issues
  • Creates requests for changes to production
  • Maintains system architecture diagrams
  • Ensures debug builds are not generated for release (no snapshot builds)
  • Resolves environmental deployment discrepancies