Site Reliability Engineer (on-site or remote)
- Hamburg, Germany
At Loodse, we are passionate about the potential of container and cloud native technologies. Our mission is to make distributed systems as easy as possible, so businesses can put their applications on center stage. Our Kubermatic Container Engine provides everything IT teams need to easily set-up, manage and operate scalable Kubernetes clusters in the cloud or on-prem.
Ever since we launched in 2016, our journey has been an exciting one. Now, our team is looking to grow with engineers that are willing to wear multiple hats and get things done: from running POCs to designing and architecting solutions, to writing code that improves Kubermatic or develop our open source and customer projects.
If you are looking for a neatly structured environment, we are just not a good match. But if you are thrilled by the prospect of joining a technology start-up with a lot of room for your own ideas and personal growth, we definitely should at least have a chat.
What you will be doing
Work with cutting-edge technologies (Golang, Docker, Kubernetes, Prometheus) to help customers modernize their IT systems and processes
Focus on designing, building and improving our and customers’ core infrastructure
Develop our and customers’ CI/CD pipeline and automate everything
Monitoring, logging and alerting
What we are looking for
You are comfortable with distributed systems, container technologies, Kubernetes and the cloud native stack, including Terraform, Chef, Ansible or Saltstack
You deliver high-quality code, preferably in Go
You have experience with at least one of the major cloud provider AWS, Google or Azure
Fluent in English
What you get in return
A dynamic and still laid-back team (yes, you can combine that)
Agile development practices, cutting edge technologies (Kubernetes, Go and Prometheus) and an up-to-date stack
Full support with getting the training and certification you need to do a good job (CKA, LInux Foundation Certification...) and conference opportunities
Obviously: flexible working hours, responsibility, free choice of IDE and OS, free drinks...
For remote workers: a great infrastructure set-up and regular hackathons and events in Hamburg, so that you won't feel any difference. Ok, besides free coffee ;-)
On top of that: a very nice office in Hamburg, regular barbecues and after-works, reduced gym membership
We love community events - so you will definitely enjoy our meetups and our own community conferences ContainerDays and GoDays
As member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation we are able to offer certified courses and first class information about what's coming up next in the Kubernetes ecosystem. And if you want to contribute, you are welcome to engage at CNCF projects or special interest groups