Cloud Engineer / SysOps at Chess.com (REMOTE)
Chess.com is looking for someone who is passionate about building & managing infrastructure. We are looking for someone who has the deep experience of a traditional sysadmin, and also the future-oriented skills of managing in a cloud / Kubernetes ecosystem. Our team firmly believes in automating everything and building provisioning scripts to automate all our tasks. We are blending our existing bare-metal datacenter hosting with AWS/GCP for microservices and scaling, and need your help to make sure that we're always up, stable and performant.
- Proficiency in managing Kubernetes clusters
- Experience with AWS or GCP
- Particular experience with Terraform (we treat Infrastructure as Code)
- UNIX/Linux generalist
- Experience building CI/CD pipelines
- Good understanding of modern monitoring & logging stack i.e. Prometheus, Cortex, EFK
- 2+ years supporting php/java, mysql, and redis
- Experience handling big data, including skills with Spark, Hadoop, BigQuery, ETL, Snowflake, etc.
- Understanding of networking fundamentals, http, etc
- Comfortable with scripting
- Bonus: Experience with message brokers (e.g. Kafka, PubSub, Redis)
- Bonus: You are interested in building a hybrid on-prem/cloud Service Mesh
This is a REMOTE, FULL-TIME position open to anyone in the USA or Canada. You can learn more about us here:
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We are grateful for you taking the time to submit your information. Chess.com receives hundreds of resumes each week and while we do look at all of them, unfortunately we cannot respond personally to each one of them. If you have not heard from us within a few days, then you can assume that your application did not reach the next stage of interviews. Again, thank you for letting us get to know you. See you over the chess board!
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