Esri

Esri

Redlands, CA

Site Reliability Engineer- ArcGIS Online

As a site reliability engineer or DevOps engineer, you get excited about working on real-time problems that are disrupting users and limiting functionality. You understand that designing, building, and operating Software as a Service is essential to users’ work, just as Esri’s cloud-based mapping platform is essential to analyzing and sharing geographic data. We welcome you to work on ArcGIS Online, which is used by thousands of organizations around the world to make a difference while maintaining infrastructure, managing natural resources, responding to disasters, and more.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with a team of SREs and DevOps engineers to operate SaaS capabilities across multiple cloud providers and regions
  • Design, implement, and maintain the operational components within the ArcGIS Online platform, which spans infrastructure across AWS, Azure, and VMware
  • Create tools and processes that enhance operational workflows
  • Work closely with development teams to improve workflows around build, test, and deployment of applications
  • Build and maintain monitoring, alerting, and trending operational tools within a cloud environment
  • Respond to alerts; troubleshoot and resolve problems

Requirements:

  • 3+ years of relevant work experience
  • Familiarity with provisioning cloud infrastructure using APIs (familiarity with AWS or Azure would be a strong +)
  • Comfortable in a distributed team environment
  • Ability to write code in Go/Python/Ruby for infrastructure scripting
  • Understanding of Linux
  • Experience with configuration management systems (Puppet/Chef, dynamic key-value store)
  • Understanding of build/automation systems such as Jenkins
  • Experience creating custom monitoring solutions
  • Strong knowledge of Git
  • Bachelor’s in computer science or related field, depending on position level

Recommended Qualifications:

  • Proficiency with monitoring tools such as Prometheus and Grafana
  • Familiarity with HashiCorp tools such as Terraform, Packer, Consul, and Vault
  • Previous experience with cloud provisioning tools such as Terraform and CloudFormation
  • Experience with Jenkins pipelines and libraries
  • Working experience with Linux containers (Docker/Rkt) and container orchestration systems such as Kubernetes and Nomad
  • Previous experience supporting mission-critical distributed systems
  • Understanding of Java development and Spring-based architectures
  • Experience with the ArcGIS Online platform
  • Experience managing Windows systems at scale
  • Ability to share your expertise through documentation and mentorship
  • Passionate about creating workflows that help produce a great self-service developer experience
  • Ability to step outside of your comfort zone and explore new and/or unfamiliar tasks

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About Esri

The World’s Operating Manual If the earth came with an instruction manual, geography would be Chapter 1. Essentially, we’re all just trying to keep civilization going, and Esri invented a way to sustain society on an operational level using maps to preempt and solve problems.  There’s no lack of businesses, agencies, and departments that need assistance achieving operational health and even saving lives. We call that “job security.”  Strength in NumbersWe have 4,000 employees, with 1,100 on our dev and product teams—and growing! 350,000 organizations around the world rely on our software. We’ve pledged $1 billion in STEM software to 100,000 K-12 schools and have supported 13,000 nonprofits around the world. We spend almost 30% of our annual revenue on R&D. Our ArcGIS product suite has been localized in more than 30 languages."Data meets geography at Esri, a billion-dollar company whose mapping technology enables feats like predicting flash floods, managing supply chains in real time, and cutting disease outbreaks off at the pass." --Fast Company