Posted on Dec 11, 2018 by Workday
Join our team and experience Workday!
It's fun to work in a company where people truly believe in what they're doing. At Workday, we're committed to bringing passion and customer focus to the business of enterprise applications. We work hard, and we're serious about what we do. But we like to have a good time, too. In fact, we run our company with that principle in mind every day: One of our core values is fun.
Workday is looking for an outstanding Engineer to join our Performance and Scalability Engineering team. Our growing team covers the entire Workday technology stack and has an exciting opportunity for people who enjoy taking a holistic view of complex cloud based systems. Our team operates a large lab, conducts performance analysis to optimize the Workday stack. We also support a variety of performance tools and analytics for software developers around the company.
As a DevOps Engineer in Performance and Scalability, you will own the infrastructure for our services with a focus on availability, automation, performance and security. You will be responsible for keeping Workday cloud services and our own team's performance analytics services up and running smoothly. You will develop and automate programs and scripts, and set up CI/CD builds, graphs, dashboards, alerts, and logs, as well as manage , scale and optimize our products and services.
- You have operated services in a production environment
- You like to write, and have written, infrastructure automation code using Chef, Puppet, or Ansible
- You understand networks, protocols, servers, storage systems, operating systems
- You have good knowledge of at least one scripting language like Ruby, Python or Perl
- You understand and realize the value of CI/CD, builds, monitoring graphs, alerting, and centralized logging
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
- 3+ years experience in software development
- You are a self-motivated, dynamic team player
Technologies we use:
Java, Ruby, Puppet, Chef, Ansible, Docker, Tomcat, Spark, Hadoop, Parquet, Kafka, Redis, Gradle, Git, SVN, ZooKeeper, ElasticSearch, MySQL, TeamCity, Jenkins.