Next-gen operations at scale, with pure Python infra-as-code, from bare metal to containers and applications. Our goal is to perfect enterprise infrastructure devops.

We run hundreds of private cloud, Kubernetes, and application clusters for customers across physical and public cloud estate, and we are raising the bar on what's possible with automation by embracing a universal operator pattern and model-driven operations.

To succeed in this role you need to believe in automation as a pure software engineering problem, not a hack-it-till-it-works-for-me problem. You need to be interested in the scientific approach to operations at scale, driven by metrics and code, and you need to be able to learn the entire stack, from bare metal networking and kernel up to serverless and open source applications.

Cloud Operations Engineer

Our cloud operations engineers bring Python software-engineering skills and rigour to the operations domain. We practice devsecops from bare metal to application. We architect and run OpenStack, Kubernetes and software defined storage, and we enable devsecops for applications running on that infrastructure too.

To become a member of this team, you need to be a software engineer fluent in Python, you need a genuine interest in the full open source infrastructure stack from metal to containers, and you need the ability to work in a high pressure operations environment with mission-critical services for global brand name customers.

As a member of the team you will gain experience in a broad range of cloud technologies. We evolve our offerings as the state of the art improves, so you get to stay current with the latest capabilities in open source infrastructure. We drive upgrades to keep our customers on the latest, best solutions.

What Canonical Offers

  • Technical management team that understands the details of what we are developing
  • A culture of openness and inclusiveness
  • Helpful and talented engineers who are world-class experts in many fields
  • Teams focused on good work life balance with long average retention rates
  • A wide range of engineering disciplines and career paths that can move between divisions
  • Fully remote company for career growth without relocation requirements

Requirements

  • Software Engineering or Computer Science degree
  • Linux experience and familiarity with Linux networking and storage
  • Python software development experience
  • Demonstrated drive for continual learning
  • Devops experience

Nice to haves

  • Experience with OpenStack or Kubernetes deployment or operations
  • We hope that you’ll join us in helping to shape and build the future of free software together

Of course we also offer...

  • Learning and Development
  • Annual Compensation Review
  • Recognition Rewards
  • Annual Leave
  • Priority Pass for travel
  • Flexible working option

Canonical believes a diverse workforce enhances our ability to deliver world class software and services which meet the world’s computing needs. We are committed to ensuring equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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