DevOps Careers

@ CabForward

CabForward works in the space between product strategy and interaction development and with a broad spectrum of clients, from high-profile startups to publicly traded companies. CabForward succeeds because we care about our employees and we care about our clients. Our employees create success for our clients by driving digital transformation through the development of wearables, mobile devices and web applications.

We are looking for a User Experience Architect (UX/IA) to join our team of designers, strategists, developers, and architects and help with client-facing application design.

At CabForward, we believe in hiring transformative engineers, designers and marketers who have a passion for thoughtful client communications. Intrigued?

We are in need of DevOps Engineers in Austin, Texas for six month contract to hire roles.

Qualified candidates will work as CabForward employees on a W2 perspective during the contract period.

Upload your resume at http://cabforward.com/resume-page/ and we will contact you to discuss in greater detail.

You will design, build, and operate systems that provide the foundation and glue for customer-facing web and mobile applications and the petabyte-scale data-factory that feeds them. These systems include:

  • Application Deployment
  • Configuration Management and Orchestration
  • Monitoring
  • Big Data / Distributed Computing
  • Server/Storage/Virtualization/Datacenter
  • Source Control
  • Identity/Authentication/Authorization
  • Development Lifecycle/Collaboration

  Requirements

  You are highly proficient with:

  • At least one of the below modern scripting languages or configuration management systems. Tackling major automation projects doesn’t intimidate you. A successful candidate will have had experience creating scripts on non-trivial purpose and length (e.g. > 20 or so lines of code) and/or doing something comparable in a configuration management system like Puppet or Chef.

    •      Python
    •      Pearl
    •      Ruby/li>
    •      Powershell
    •      Puppet
    •      Chef
    •      Ansible
  • Linux systems administration and the ecosystem of packages that are part of most Linux distributions
  • At least one modern source control system like Git, Mercurial, or Subversion
  • Common IP-based networking protocols (e.g. TCP / UDP / DNS / HTTP / TLS / SMTP / SSH) and tools. You can make sense of Wireshark output and use it to troubleshoot issues.
  • At least one web/app server like Apache HTTPD, Tomcat, Nginx.
  • At least one modern monitoring system like Nagios, Zenoss, Icinga, or Zabbix.