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Snapview


Saas Cloud Infrastructure Engineer

Saas Cloud Infrastructure Engineer


Snapview


saas

cloud

engineer

saas

cloud

engineer

11d
\nDeine Aufgaben\n\n\n* Du bist mitverantwortlich fur den reibungslosen Betrieb unserer Cloud-Infrastruktur, administrierst unsere Linux & Windows Server, Applikationen und Datenbanken und kummerst dich um das Deployment von Updates.\n\n* Du begleitest unsere Kunden rund um die Technik bei Pilotprojekten und beim Rollout der Snapview Plattform.\n\n* Dabei arbeitest du Hand in Hand mit dem Vertrieb und bist technischer Ansprechpartner fur unsere Kunden.\n\n* Dein Wissen gibst du gerne in Schulungen an die Administratoren und Supportmitarbeiter unserer Kunden weiter.\n\n* Naturlich konnen unsere Kunden auch fortlaufend auf dich bei technischen Fragestellungen und Problemen zahlen.\n\n\n\nDein Profil\n\n\n\n* Ausbildung im IT-Bereich, Studium der Informatik oder Wirtschaftsinformatik bzw. eine ahnliche Qualifikation\n\n* Erste (2+) Berufserfahrung in der Systemadministration sowie im IT-Support oder im Projektmanagement\n\n* Fundiertes IT-Know-how und nachweisliche Erfolge, idealerweise mit Enterprise Software, SaaS, Cloud oder vergleichbaren Technologien\n\n* Als kundenorientiertes Kommunikationstalent in Deutsch trittst du im Dialog mit dem Senior-Management, der IT und Anwendern souveran auf und beweist bei der Fehlererkennung deine analytische Starke und besonderen Fahigkeiten im Losen von Problemen.\n\n\nyagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi

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Chili Piper


Front End Engineer

verified
🌏Worldwide

Front End Engineer


Chili Piper

🌏Worldwide verified

javascript

typescript

react

redux

javascript

typescript

react

redux

🌏Worldwide6mo
Chili Piper is seeking talented, motivated engineers to join our fully remote team building interactive data applications. As a part of growing front-end team, you will work with designers to constantly improving our users’ experience. You will also collaborate with others throughout our organization and technology stack to build products that are revolutionizing the way our clients achieve their business goals.\n\n\nOn the front-end team, we feel strongly about developing solutions that are both technically and aesthetically sound. We invite you to bring your experience and perspective to conversations about the future growth of our applications and environment. We work closely together, with a healthy and non-combative review process aimed at improving code as well as developing each other’s skills. In short, we strive to write solid, thoroughly tested, and readable code; and we are seeking a new contributor to our already highly effective team.\n\n# Responsibilities\n \n● Participate in technical planning & requirements gathering phases including Design, code, test, troubleshoot, and document engineering software applications.\n\n\n● Ensuring that technical software development process is followed on the project, familiar with industry best practices for software development.\n\n\n● Develop applications in languages including React JS\n\n\n● Demonstrate the ability to adapt and work with team members of various experience level.\n\n\n● Translating designs and wireframes into high quality code\n \n\n# Requirements\n● Strong proficiency in JavaScript, including DOM manipulation and the JavaScript object model\n\n\n● Thorough understanding of React.js and its core principles (2+ years of work experience with React)\n\n\n● Experience with popular React.js workflows (such as Flux or Redux)\n\n\n● Familiarity with newer specifications of EcmaScript\n\n\n● Experience with data structure libraries (e.g., Immutable.js)\n\n\n● Knowledge of isomorphic React is a plus\n\n\n● Familiarity with RESTful APIs\n\n\n● Knowledge of modern authorization mechanisms, such as JSON Web Token\n\n\n● Familiarity with modern front-end build pipelines and tools\n\n\n● Experience with common front-end development tools such as Babel, Webpack, NPM, etc.\n\n\n● Ability to understand business requirements and translate them into technical requirements\n\n\n● A knack for benchmarking and optimizationyagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi\n\n#Location\n- 🌏Worldwide

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Mozilla Foundation


Integration & Infrastructure Engineer

verified

Integration & Infrastructure Engineer


Mozilla Foundation

verified

dev

saas

cloud

support

dev

saas

cloud

support

2yr

Stats (beta): 👁 1,116 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
***Contractor role, initially 3-6 months with possibility of becoming a full-time position.***\n\n***This is a remote position. The successful candidate will be expected to work during U.S. working hours.***\n\nThis is a dangerous time to be a journalist on the internet. Online comments are often filled with insults and threats, while being present on social media can lead to horrific abuse. It doesn’t have to be this way.\n\nAt Mozilla, we believe that healthy online conversation can exist, given the right systems and tools – and we believe that a healthy democracy depends on it. We’re looking for an Integration & Infrastructure Engineer to join our team to help bring our main product, Talk, into more newsrooms.\n\nWe built our open source Talk tool to improve online discussion. It now helps journalists at more than 25 news organizations to engage with their communities, share knowledge, empower discussions, and reduce the impact of trolls. And it doesn’t share or sell anyone’s data while doing it.\n\nCurrent Talk users include The Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, The Intercept, New York Magazine, the National Review, and the Sydney Morning Herald.\n\nIf you’re passionate about helping newsrooms to adopt better technology for their communities, and have relevant skills and experience, please consider applying even if your background doesn’t match our ideal credentials. We are committed to diversity and especially encourage members of underrepresented communities to apply.\n\nWe are a small, diverse, and dedicated team that works remotely. We want you to help us make the internet a better place for everyone.\n\n## Responsibilities\n* Work directly with publishers and their development teams as the primary contact as they install and run Talk, either on-premise or using our hosted/SaaS solution\n* Work closely with our engineering team as an intermediary between publishers and the rest of the team, preparing and replicating bug reports and feature requests\n* Develop and document nuanced accounts of the varying goals, processes, and technical landscapes at various journalistic organizations\n* Solve problems, including building and/or guiding technical integrations for newsroom systems, while ensuring best practices for security and reliability\n* Take the lead in managing, triaging and diagnosing customer support issues\n* Share technology and product decisions with editorial and technical users\n* Maintain positive relationships with newsroom developers as they install and integrate Talk\n* Provide product, service, technical, and engineering support for Talk, especially for our current and future SaaS clients\n* Contribute to and improve product documentation\n* Maintain and improve existing cloud infrastructure\n* Sit in on software architecture meetings to provide feedback to the development team\n* Solve problems and address infrastructure issues, automate tasks, maintain and improve build/deploy processes\n\n## Skills\n**What you have:**\n* A real passion for mission-driven work\n* A problem-solving mindset and a knack for troubleshooting\n* An understanding of how software systems work together to meet business goals\n* Experience in implementing software solutions across a wide variety of technical platforms\n* Experience with Docker\n* Infrastructure/devops/systems administration/DBA experience\n* General programming skills (our stack is Node, Typescript, React, Mongo, GraphQL)\n* Strong social skills\n* Strong documentation skills\n* At least 4 years’ relevant experience\n\n**What you might also have (but it’s fine if you don’t):**\n* Experience with launching SaaS products\n* Experience working with news organizations\n* Experience contributing to open source software\n* Experience with Google Cloud and/or AWS \n\n# Requirements\nTo apply for this role, please send an email to [email protected] Please introduce yourself, and tell us why you are passionate about this role. Also please attach your resume, and any other relevant info (portfolio, website, GitHub profile, etc).yagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi

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Server Density


Backend Python Engineer For Saas Cloud Monitoring


🇪🇺EU-only

Backend Python Engineer For Saas Cloud Monitoring


Server Density

🇪🇺EU-only

python

saas

cloud

engineer

python

saas

cloud

engineer

🇪🇺EU-only3yr

Stats (beta): 👁 3,096 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nWe're looking for a salaried full time Backend Python Engineer to work remotely from within Europe or from our London office. You will be joining an existing team of 20 to work on our server monitoring and cloud management service, Server Density.\n\nWe help our customers stay online, giving teams the right information at the right time so they can solve performance problems, and keep their systems running! Our product helps the UK National Health Service run the 999 emergency systems for ambulance response, it helps organisations like Greenpeace run effective campaigns and helps startups launch without embarrassment. Monitoring might be behind the scenes, but it has a real impact!\n\nWhat will you be working on?\n\n\n* Backend engineering - you will be working with our product backed with Python, Tornado (and other async Python libraries), Kafka/Storm, Google Cloud Bigtable and MongoDB. You'll be designing, building and usability testing new functionality and improving existing features.\n\n\n\n* Feature development - we have a long roadmap and you will get to lead development on major new functionality. This isn't backend internal work - everything will be customer facing.\n\n\n\n* Customer development - you'll get to see how our customers use the product on a daily basis so you can help fix bugs and improve existing functionality based on real feedback. Why have a stock reply we send to hundreds of customers experiencing the same problem when a quick code fix can solve it once and for all?\n\n\n\n* Writing for a large audience - our blog is popular because our team write about common problems and interesting developments we're experiencing. You will have the opportunity to tell people about the interesting fix you made and why it worked so well, a tricky problem you were able to solve or teach our subscribers an improvement you were able to implement. Some of our team have even developed these into talks at local and international meetups and conferences, which we encourage with preparation help, marketing sponsorship and all travel expenses paid.\n\n\nyagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi\n\n#Location\n- 🇪🇺EU-only

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eFolder


Saas Cloud Engineer

Saas Cloud Engineer


eFolder


saas

cloud

engineer

saas

cloud

engineer

3yr

Stats (beta): 👁 819 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nThis is a remote position, so ability to communicate with an all remote team is a must!\n\n\nOur mission is to provide peace of mind by protecting and empowering business productivity. Through our network of thousands of IT channel partners, our solutions protect the lifeblood of thousands of businesses worldwide---their data. Your work, passion, and innovation will safeguard billions of dollars of our customers' revenue from the catastrophic effects of data loss or lost productivity. Join us! We headquartered in Denver, Colorado, with remote employees across the world.\n\nAs a SaaS Cloud Engineer, you will work with a passionate team of engineers who are constantly learning from one another and are focused on developing their core skill sets, all while getting to work with the most advanced technologies. While the team is remote, each member is an integral part of helping guide the evolving needs of a rapidly growing company. \n\nWhat you’ll do:\n\n• Full-stack, full-lifecycle responsibility for complex distributed systems involving:\n      o Hardware selection\n      o Infrastructure (primarily Linux-related and KVM; Windows/VMWare)\n      o Data layers (such as MongoDB, CouchDB, redis, SQL databases)\n      o Queuing (such as activeMQ, RabbitMQ)\n      o Search (such as Elastic, Solr)\n      o Object Storage in both public and private clouds (such as S3, Swift, Manta, OpenIO, ...)\n• Support of development automation: continuous integration, deployment tools and techniques\n• Support of system administration automation: configuration management, patch management, logging, automationyagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi

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Server Density


Frontend Engineer For Saas Cloud Monitoring


🇪🇺EU-only

Frontend Engineer For Saas Cloud Monitoring


Server Density

🇪🇺EU-only

cloud

saas

engineer

front end

cloud

saas

engineer

front end

🇪🇺EU-only4yr

Stats (beta): 👁 1,638 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nWe're looking for a salaried full time Frontend Engineer to work remotely from within Europe or from our London office. You will be joining an existing team of 18 to work on our server monitoring and cloud management service, Server Density.\n\nWe help our customers stay online, giving teams the right information at the right time so they can solve performance problems, and keep their systems running! Our product helps the NHS run the 999 emergency systems for ambulance response, it helps organisations like Greenpeace run effective campaigns and helps startups launch without embarrassment. Monitoring might be behind the scenes, but it has a real impact!\n\nWhat will you be working on?\n\n\n* Frontend engineering - you will be working with our product UI with CoffeeScript, Backbone.js and React. You'll be designing, building and usability testing new functionality and improving existing features.\n\n* Feature development - we have a long roadmap and you will get to lead development on major new functionality. This isn't backend internal work - everything will be customer facing.\n\n* Customer development - you'll get to see how our customers use the product on a daily basis so you can help fix bugs and improve existing functionality based on real feedback. Why have a stock reply we send to hundreds of customers experiencing the same problem when a quick code fix can solve it once and for all?\n\n* Writing for a large audience - our blog at blog.serverdensity.com is popular because our team write about common problems and interesting developments we're experiencing. You will have the opportunity to tell people about the interesting fix you made and why it worked so well, a tricky problem you were able to solve or teach our subscribers an improvement you were able to implement. Some of our team have even developed these into talks at local and international meetups and conferences, which we encourage with preparation help, marketing sponsorship and all travel expenses paid.\n\n\nyagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi\n\n#Location\n- 🇪🇺EU-only

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Server Density


Operations Engineer For Saas Cloud Monitoring Startup


🇪🇺EU-only

Operations Engineer For Saas Cloud Monitoring Startup


Server Density

🇪🇺EU-only

cloud

saas

engineer

ops

cloud

saas

engineer

ops

🇪🇺EU-only4yr

Stats (beta): 👁 2,071 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nWe're looking for a salaried full time Operations Engineer to work remotely from within Europe, or from our London or Lisbon offices. You will be joining an existing team of 18 to work on our server monitoring and cloud management service, Server Density.\n\nWe help our customers stay online, giving teams the right information at the right time so they can solve performance problems, and keep their systems running! Our product helps the NHS run the 999 emergency systems for ambulance response, it helps organisations like Greenpeace run effective campaigns and helps startups launch without embarrassment. Monitoring might be behind the scenes, but it has a real impact!\n\nWhat will you be working on?\n\nOur service runs from large clusters on IBM Softlayer, AWS, Rackspace, Azure and a couple of other smaller cloud providers. Your primary tasks will be to ensure high availability, maintain security, advise on operational design during planning and support the development team deploying code multiple times a day!yagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi\n\n#Location\n- 🇪🇺EU-only

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Server Density


Frontend Engineer For Saas Cloud Monitoring Service

Frontend Engineer For Saas Cloud Monitoring Service


Server Density


cloud

saas

engineer

front end

cloud

saas

engineer

front end

5yr

Stats (beta): 👁 1,269 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nWe're looking for a salaried full time frontend engineer with web development experience, specifically with Coffeescript, Backbone.js & React. You will be joining an existing team of 18 to work on our server monitoring and cloud management service, Server Density. \n\nYou will be able to work remotely with regular visits to our custom designed London office alongside the other members of our team. We use tools like Hipchat, Google+, Google Hangouts, JIRA and Github to collaborate in and out of the office. \n\nFor this position, we are recruiting only from the UK and Europe.\n\nWhat will you be working on?\n\n\n* Front-end engineering - you will be working with our new UI based on Coffee-script, Backbone.js, & React. You'll be designing, building and usability testing new functionality and improving existing features. \n\n\n\n* Feature development - we have a long roadmap and you will get to lead development on major new functionality. This isn't backend internal work - everything will be customer facing. \n\n\n\n* Customer development - you'll get to see how our customers use the product on a daily basis so you can help fix bugs and improve existing functionality based on real feedback. Why have a stock reply we send to hundreds of customers experiencing the same problem when a quick code fix can solve it once and for all? \n\n\n\n* Writing for a large audience - our blog at blog.serverdensity.com is extremely popular as we write about common problems and interesting developments we're experiencing. Tell people about the cool fix you made and why it worked so well.\n\n\n\n* Proactively improving workflows - We are constantly trying to do things better. You should be able to spot problems with the product and our workflows and you should be comfortable highlighting them and discussing how and when to fix them.\n\n\nyagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi

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Server Density


Backend Python Engineer For Saas Cloud Monitoring Service

Backend Python Engineer For Saas Cloud Monitoring Service


Server Density


cloud

python

saas

engineer

cloud

python

saas

engineer

5yr

Stats (beta): 👁 4,453 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
We're looking for a salaried full time backend engineer with experience in Python programming. You will be joining an existing team of 15 to continue building our server monitoring and systems management service, Server Density - https://www.serverdensity.com\n\n\nAlthough we have a custom built office in Chiswick, West London, all our engineers currently work remotely from around the UK and Europe using tools like Hipchat, Google+, Google Hangouts and Github to collaborate. As such, you will have the choice of relocating to London or working from home wherever you are.\n\nFor this position, we are recruiting only from the UK and Western Europe. Outside this geography we can discuss relocation.\n\nWhat will you be working on?\n\n\n* Core feature development - you will be joining the existing engineering team to build product features for our customer base of developers and sysadmins. We have a long roadmap and you will get to lead development on major new functionality.\n\n\n\n* Fixing problems - you'll be expected to work with our support team to investigate and fix customer problems as they’re reported. All our engineers rotate through helping our support team to ensure there’s no disconnect between what we build and what customers want.\n\n\n\n* Writing for a large audience - our technical blog receives thousands of daily uniques. You’ll have the opportunity to write about the fixes and new features you create.\n\n\nyagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi

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