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\nRole:\n\nWe are looking to add someone to our new and growing Technical Operations team. We are seeking an individual who is always up for creative problem solving and communicating with a variety of teams across the organization. Remote applicants are welcome, as well as applicants that are looking for non-traditional schedules. You’ll be working with a globally diverse operations team, supporting our mission-critical application by resolving incidents and alerts, mitigating DDoS attacks, creating documentation and dashboards, and keeping NS1’s infrastructure running smoothly.\n\nTechnologies:\n\n-Linux\n\n-Ansible (or other automation tools)\n\n-ELK Stack\n\n-Grafana\n\n-JunosOS\n\n-BPF, iptables, packet analysis\n\n\nPrimary Responsibilities:\n\n-Participate in 24x7 on call rotation\n\n-Incident management and post mortems\n\n-Writing clear and concise documentation\n\n-Creating and maintaining metrics, dashboards and alerting\n\n\nWhat we are looking for you to have:\n\n-Linux system administration knowledge\n\n-Experience with distributed systems\n\n-Excellent communication skills (verbal & written)\n\n-Understanding of internet protocols\n\n-Familiarity of automation tools\n\n-Eagerness to participate in continuous process improvement


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