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Cloud Kubernetes Engineer
Ref No.: 18-08761
Location: San Francisco, California
Position Type:Contract
Title: Cloud Kubernetes Engineer
Title: San Francisco, CA


Overview:
CLIENT's is the engine behind CLIENT's mission to be the world's favorite for American style. Our technologists are driving retail technology innovation, e-commerce for all CLIENT.'s brands and delivering global, scalable, cloud-based solutions using best in class platforms. Reimagining retail has never been more fun!

The Cloud Engineering team is driving an exciting transformation of the way software is developed, validated and deployed globally at CLIENT, using principles of Cloud-Native, DevOps and Continuous Delivery.

The Cloud Platform Engineer will be responsible for the evolution, support and operations of CLIENT's internal application runtime offering across public and private cloud.

Where You're Strong:
• You keep your calm in a high-pressure situation with multiple customers requiring support
• You love the Cloud, it is your playground:
o Hosted Application PaaS - Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF)
o Public clouds like Azure
• You've worked with virtualization platforms, good to have
o OpenStack
o VMWare
You would be helping application teams through their set up and deployment troubles, and putting in solutions that are automatable and solve for the long-term.

Qualifications:
• 5+ years of professional experience with 3+ years relevant experience
• Hands on experience installing, supporting and operating a hosted Cloud Foundry platform required
• Demonstrable understanding of public cloud and virtualization platforms
• Strong problem solving and analytical skills
• Drives for business outcomes and results
• Team player
• Adaptable to changing requirements and direction

Additional Job Details:
Must have set up experience of Kubernetes experience from set up, ope-rationalization all the way to production. Docker registry, image pipeline, understanding the Kuberetes ecosystem: (CI/CD, Base imagine pipe, security, application configuration, service mesh, policy engine).