Site Reliability Engineer
Vimeo, Inc.
Bengaluru, India
3d ago

What you’ll do :

  • Gain a deep better understanding of Vimeo infrastructure and be capable of debug / troubleshoot any incidents involving any service.
  • Be a self-starter who is enthusiastic, motivated, with exceptional interpersonal skills, positive and flexible approach towards problems
  • Create, build and innovate technical solutions
  • Build tools / services that can handle infrastructure at scale with stress on security, telemetry and monitoring.
  • Be oncall for incident escalations and infrastructure task handling.
  • Cultivate strong relationships, communication and collaborate with peers and across teams.
  • Mentor associate team members and collaborate with them effectively.
  • Skills & knowledge you should possess :

  • BTech / MTech in Computer science or equivalent degree
  • Ability to code in Python / Go / Ruby / PHP
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Application troubleshooting skills, including system, network and database
  • Distributed web architecture experience
  • Linux platform management skill set
  • Thorough understanding of configuration management & build tools like puppet, chef, Ansible, jenkins etc.
  • Good understanding of virtualization and containers.
  • Experience with the cloud infrastructure / technologies and validate which one fits best for our need be it AWS or Google Cloud
  • Experience with algorithms, data structures, complexity analysis, and software design.
  • You should have the ability to thrive in a fast-paced, tight deadline delivery timeline. As a part of this dynamic team, you will help us build the Vimeo experience on a global scale.

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