Sr. Cloud Monitoring Engineer in Costa Mesa, CA



$80K - $100K


Systems Architecture & Engineering


Less than 5 years

Job Description

The Cloud Monitoring Engineer is a hands-on technical position responsible for operating a diverse set of top tier monitoring services. This role will work directly with Cloud Services teams to improve our cloud automation capabilities and monitoring posture:

  • Build industry leading monitoring and logging solutions supporting micro-service and serverless technologies
  • Work with our 24 x 7 Technical Operations Center (TOC) to improve the visibility of our e-commerce products (internal and external)
  • Manage cloud monitoring tools such as Splunk, DataDog, AppDynamics, Nagios, NewRelic and Dynatrace.
  • Maintain logging flows, application logs and infrastructure logs in order to identify any gaps in visibility
  • Build and support dashboards and alerts from logging frameworks
  • Partner with Experian Global Security office to ensure policies and standards are being properly applied.
  • Familiar with the concept "developer self-service model",
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Valid through: 2020-1-17

About Experian

Experian plc is a global information services group with operations in 40 countries, with corporate headquarters in Dublin, Republic of Ireland and operational headquarters in Nottingham, United Kingdom; Costa Mesa, California, United States; São Paulo, Brazil; and Heredia, Costa Rica. The company now employs 17,000 people. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. Experian is a partner in the UK governments Verify ID system and USPD Address Validation. In the UK during the 1970s, GUS plc, a retail conglomerate with millions of customers paying for goods on credit, employed John Peace, a computer programmer at the time, to combine the mail order data from various GUS businesses and create a central database to which was later added electoral roll data as well as county court judgements. GUSs database was commercialised in 1980 under the name Commercial Credit Nottingham (CCN). In 1996 GUS plc acquired the US credit reporting business Experian, formerly known as TRW Information Services, from Bain Capital and the Thomas H. Lee Partners and merged it into CCN. During the next ten years, Experian broadened its product range to new industry sectors, beyond financial services, and entered new markets such as Latin America, Asia Pacific and Eastern Europe. The business expanded through both organic development and acquisitions. In October 2006 Experian was demerged from the British company GUS plc and listed on the London Stock Exchange.
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