Contract | 450 - 500 | North West | Leeds
DevOps … CentOS … Puppet … Terraform … AWS … Consul … Varnish …
Are you an able and passionate DevOps Engineer who is wise to the fast-paced and changing nature of technology?
Do you have extensive, proven experience using Puppet? As well as AWS and Terraform?
Do you want to work with one of the largest broadcasters in the UK during their biggest technological push, three years into a five-year project?
If so… This is a contract not to be missed! You will be responsible for chipping away at existing systems and replacing it with a microservice architecture. You will act as a first responder when there's an issue.
You will act as a force multiplier, making the development process faster and faster. Finally, you will influence operational quality from day one!
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