Linux Systems Administrator

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Full Time
Job Description

The Linux Systems Administrator will provide technical expertise on infrastructure projects. You will be assisting with the operation and expansion of the existing AWS infrastructure as well as participating in the process to migrate existing customers into the cloud.


About our client

Our client develops develops motion analysis algorithms and cloud computing for advanced analytics. The company has the headquarters in London, with offices in Barcelona, Cluj-Napoca and Sydney. They are seeking talented and reliable developers to accelerate their growth.


The job also consists of:

-Working as part of the systems team responsible for the administration of cloud based systems.
-Providing level 2 and level 3 technical support and diagnostic assistance.
-Monitoring system capacity.
-Working with configuration management tools to produce consistent system builds.
-Writing and updating systems documentation.
-Writing and maintaining scripts for repetitive tasks.
-Performing security patching, software installs, OS upgrades and migrations.


Desired skills

Required skills:
Proven knowledge of RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), preferably v7.X;
Knowledge of Continuous Integration using Jenkins;
Ability to perform backup & recovery;
Familiarity with Docker or other containerized platforms;
Strong knowledge of Linux, primarily Ubuntu Server;
Knowledge of Config Management, ideally Puppet.


Experience

At least 5 years of relevant experience;
Experience with cloud infrastructure and tools (Amazon Web Services: EC2, S3, RDS);
Experience with installing and configuring server & application monitoring tools;
Experience with Apache;
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related discipline.

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