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System Administrator

Posted: July 21, 2018
Company name: Adjust GmbH
Location: Berlin, Germany
Country: Germany
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: We are looking for a top-notch systems administrator to help us maintain and expand our infrastructure. Most automation is done with Perl and (R)ex (or actually our fork of that). We have an international team and conduct our business internally in English. What follows is our standard description of this position:

Have you always wanted to be the solid foundation upon which all others can rest? We may have the role for you!

We are looking to complement our server administration team to keep our top-notch mean machines humming and crunching all night long. Our system is built upon bare metal machines running on Gentoo Linux to satisfy our needs for a highly customized and specialized environment. We process around 10 petabytes of data monthly, which is distributed over 450+ servers globally with up to 1.5 TB of RAM, dozens of discs and several high end Intel CPUs

You will help us wrap up the decentralization of our infrastructure over various locations and continuously scale it, making sure that our servers run smoothly and at their highest efficiency. You will be proactively looking for improvements, offering your help, taking over shifts for on call duties and executing solutions following your automation drive.

As a System Administrator, you will not only create architecture but also provide infrastructure for developers using Redis, Aerospike and PostgreSQL, working closely together with our development and marketing teams to address their needs.

If you also enjoy predictable infrastructure that is based on proven and reliable technologies, we should have a chat!
Desired skills: Perl
Systems Administration
Systems Engineering
Website for more information: app.jobvite.com
Contact information: chris.travers@adjust.com

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