Title: R&D DevOps Engineer (Linux)


  • Company:
    Netapp India Pvt Ltd
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    7 days ago
  • Category:
    Software Services | IT-Software

Job Summary NetApp is expanding the R&D team in Herzliya, as the Plexistor products are integrated into the NetApp portfolio. This is a key strategic expansion for NetApp as it is growing our reach within customer infrastructure to gives us a first presence on the client-side server. We are looking for a DevOps engineer to own our Linux installation and build our testing and automation infrastructure and tools. You will have a large degree of autonomy, as well as expert support where required. . You are enthusiastic about exploring new technologies and methodologies and keen to learn about new areas of development in cloud infrastructure and data management then we can offer you a very exciting role. Your role will cover the following Improve our tools for continuous integration, automated testing and release management Align our product to various Linux distros Develop and improve our products installation Build release binaries Maintain the build process to support ongoing R&D Job Requirements Between 3-5 years of experience in Linux administration and internals, Git, Bash and Python Nice to have Experience with packaging under different Linux distributions (both RHEL and Debian based) Ignite your engine, apply and come aboard our ship to develop rocket science level technologies with a fun team. Working for a market leader like NetApp, gives you the satisfaction of developing techs that will be implemented worldwide while obtaining good company benefits and work on your skills career in our most attractive office. Education Typically requires a minimum of 5 years of related experience with a Bachelors degree; or 3 years and a Masters degree; or a PhD without experience; or equivalent work experience. Job Segment R&D Engineer, Linux, Engineer, Software Engineer, Cloud, Engineering, Technology