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Remote Health by SafetyWing


Global health insurance for freelancers & remote workers

Remote Health by SafetyWing


Global health insurance for freelancers & remote workers

Auth0


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Site Reliability Engineer


Auth0


admin

 

engineer

 

sys admin

 

admin

 

engineer

 

sys admin

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\nAuth0 is a rapidly growing company, and so is the Auth0 platform. We get a lot of praise from developers because we provide a zero-friction, infinitely extensible, enterprise-grade cloud solution that makes identity easy and just works.\n\nYour top priority as a Site Reliability Engineer will be to help build and own the new infrastructure for Auth0 based on microservices. We need our platform to be solid and flexible enough to accompany our user base exponential growth. If you have solid systems, operations, and automation skills, and you are motivated by providing a great level of service to thousands of developers around the world who trust Auth0 every day, this job is for you.\n\nThe position location is remote and we prefer candidates in the PST time zone. If you are located in Buenos Aires, AR., you will have the chance to work side by side with our Engineering teams in our offices in Palermo.\n\nYour responsibilities:\n\n\n* Build our v-Next infrastructure based on microservices\n\n* Optimize and support our always-available cloud-based SaaS platform in accordance to our SLA\n\n* Implement innovative monitoring mechanisms to detect, prevent, and reduce downtime in our platform\n\n* Ensure our platform is secure and that our users' information is safe\n\n* Communicate to the company and the world the operational status of our services and progress done in our infrastructure\n\n\n


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