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DevOps Engineer

  • Location: Cambridgeshire
  • Sector: Digital / FPGA, IT, Software Apps / C++ / C# / Java
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: RMW17239/6
  • Salary: Neg DoE
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Job description

Due to growth, a fantastic opportunity has arisen for a DevOps Engineer to join a market leader that specialise in revolutionary real time streaming technology. This job is based within Cambridge so is within commutable distance from Huntingdon, Peterborough, Bedford, and Essex along with having transport links to and from London.

The DevOps Engineer will be instructed to work with continuous integration tool chains such as Jenkins or Hudson along with managing the cloud infrastructure. The successful DevOps Engineer will have experience on AWS and its services such as Route53, CloudFront, DynamoDB, EC2 or ElasticBeanstalk.

Additionally, the DevOps Engineer would need to have experience within development on and with Linux and scripting in C/C++ and/or JavaScript.

To find out more about the DevOps Engineer job or other potential jobs we currently have at the moment, please contact Ricky Wilcocks on 01582 878810 or kindly email your most up to date CV and covering letter too, RWilcocks@Redlinegroup.Com
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