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    Kubernetes Site Reliability Engineer - Investment Banking

    £100000 - £110000 per annum

    Job Description

    Kubernetes Site Reliability Engineer - Investment Banking

    A global investment bank in the city of London is seeking a Kubernetes Site Reliability Engineer to join the Site Reliability Engineering team. The responsibilities for this role include ensuring that infrastructure is reliable and stable through the delivery of tools and processes that improve operational efficiency, and being a point of contact for any escalations through your expertise in the technologies listed below.

    You will:

    • Develop and automate infrastructure services
    • Deliver continuous service improvement by developing Infrastructure as Code
    • Improve system performance, make effective use of resources, distribute load and reduce latency
    • Identify SLO's to meet availability and latency objectives
    • Develop monitoring solutions that alert proactively and reactively
    • Perform root cause analysis on incidents to prevent them in the future
    • Collaborate with development teams to improve services via rigorous testing and release procedures
    • Analyse workloads and devise suitable cloud migration strategies where appropriate, in what is a primarily Azure environment

    You will have:

    • Extensive Docker/Kubernetes skills for deployment, configuration, and scaling of applications.
    • Monitoring tools such as Prometheus, Influxdb, and Grafana
    • Experience in CI/CD/CT platforms like Git, Ansible, Terraform and TeamCity
    • Serena Deployment Automation (SDA) and Jenkins
    • Infrastructure as Code experience
    • Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Development (CD) practices
    • Agile, Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) and DevOps practices
    • Scripting and programming languages such as PowerShell, Python, Bash and C#

    This is a permanent position based in London operating on a hybrid work setup.

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