Computer Scientist/Site Reliability Engineer
Adobe Systems
1d ago
source : Shine

As a Site Reliability Engineer, you ll be involved in ensuring reliable, highly available, scalable,

maintainable and highly secure systems. Candidates who fit these roles come from both

systems and software development background. Your development background will help

you in designing large scale, highly distributed and fault tolerant applications. It will also help

you in troubleshooting and resolving the production issues which impact the customer

experience and our revenues. Your systems background will help you in ensuring the uptime

and reliability through monitoring deep system parameters and remediating issues at the

systems level. Your responsibility set will include :

Getting involved in application development from the inception stage and be part of it

through design, development, deployment and operation stage.

Conceptualizing and defining the infrastructural part by evaluating multiple cloud

offerings, looking at open source tools and technologies and taking build vs use decisions.

Determining where to use Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and where to go for Platform

as a Service (PaaS) for the large-scale needs of Adobe solutions and services

Investigate and resolve complex and multi-faceted issues, spanning the entire technology

stack, which require effective collaboration across team and technology boundaries

Proactively improve key application metrics, such as up-time, application performance,

time to issue resolution, time spent resolving incidents and other key operational SLAs

Drive continuous improvement to supported applications, in areas such as monitoring,

operational task automation, continuous integration, deployments and performance


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