Finding the best possible leads for our customers in the vast amount of data on the Internet requires an extensive processing effort. At Building Radar, we currently process millions of data items every week.
As Site Reliability Engineer, your task is to keep our data pipeline running and healthy and ensure the high availability of our customer-facing web service. To do this, you are responsible for our six-digit cloud budget, with currently more than 60 running VMs. You will be responsible for a unified logging system, work on our backup and failover procedures and enable our developers by providing the best possible infrastructure for their software.
Apply to ensure and improve the reliability of a modern, challenging microservice cloud architecture with technologies in production like Kubernetes, Cassandra, Elastic Search, Redis and Postgresql. Join Building Radar to become part of a great team and revolutionize a €71 billion industry.
+ Strong sense of responsibility and ownership
+ Deep understanding of Linux, networking and (distributed) database systems
+ You build a cloud architecture and software to support developers and reduce complexity instead of adding it
+ You have experience managing infrastructure with Ansible or similar tools
+ You feel comfortable designing and maintaining a multi-datacenter network topology that is stable, secure and scalable
+ Modern office space: Centrally located in Munich. We work on two floors with free fruit and excellent coffee.
+ Work and pleasure: We combine modern office equipment from Vitra with a Kicker and a Ping Pong table. :)
+ Flexible home-office arrangements: This allows you to combine work and leisure in the best way possible.
+ Mobility: is a part of our DNA. You don’t have a car? Our company cars can be used privately.
+ Regular events: are our speciality. Hut weekends, Oktoberfest visits and burger tastings are particularly important to our international team.
+ In-house fitness studio: included. We offer you a subsidy for a membership to compensate for the hard work you put in the office.