DevOpsSec Engineer/ Cloud Admin
Veridium is the global leader in mobile biometrics authentication, protecting the identity and data of customers and enterprises all from the palm of their hands, defending the industry and consumers against providers of fraudulent biometric technology.
In an increasingly digital world, with more devices and platforms connected to the Internet of Things, the need for ironclad security is paramount. Using your biometrics – your unique traits or behavioural characteristics – to prove identity will safeguard your company’s most critical assets in a way that’s both convenient and secure.
Today more than ever, people access their health and financial records, corporate documents, even conduct high-dollar transactions from mobile devices, making them vulnerable to breaches and hacking.
Everyone acknowledges that passwords are a weak link in enterprise security. You can lose them, share them, and crack them. Biometric authentication can strengthen legacy systems by adding an additional layer of security. With our technology, a company can deploy biometrics to replace tokens or passwords altogether.
YOU become the password using biometrics — your face, fingerprints, voice — to keep data untouched, private and convenient to access, send, receive and store.
We developed the global standard for biometrics-based identity authentication, called BOPS, the Biometric Open Protocol Standard. We contributed the BOPS protocol to the IEEE and it is now the approved international standard for biometric-identity assertion. With a BOPS compliant framework, we offer the only end-to-end, enterprise-grade platform that validates those accessing data are who they say they are.
As languages the requirements are Python and Bash scripting. As a programming paradigm, sequential programming and OOP are a must. We will not mind if a more software oriented DevOps, who knows Java, Scala, Go or other programming languages, applies.
Cluster DevOps Knowledge
Cluster, for us, represents more than 5 physical nodes interconnected and a software stack of minimum 3 products. The full stack configuration as knowledge is required (deployment of physical nodes, network connection, software configuration and so on)
Orchestrated Deployment, Automated Configuration, OS Configuration are a must. For proof we ask the candidate projects working in one of these Automation Platforms, but not limited to: Ansible, Chef or Puppet.
VM Platform Knowledge
Even if AWS is more than trending nowadays, we only ask knowledge in AWS Console Management Tools.
Other platforms, on which we will put accent are,but not limited to: VMWare or CloudStack . What we ask from you as knowledge is: VM architecture, memory management, memory sizing, VM administration and so on.
Being an expanding company we consider it a plus Docker Containers and Kubernets working knowledge (not mandatory) .
If the above requests are fulfilled, then you prove to us the networking knowledge. But for the purpose of a JD we ask CCNA 1 and 2 from our candidate.
DevOps engineer, for us, represents one of the central actors in a company environment, being responsible for developing automation and analytical tools which support the daily operational requests. They behave like a developer, by building automation or analytics software tools, which are combined with operational requirements of a software product, by designing end-to-end integration, deployment and delivery architectures. In our company, DevOps engineers find it challenging and exciting at the same time to deal with the technical operational problems, not having only Sys Admin responsibilities , but also being focused on creating new automation tools.
Potential for growth and innovation:
Working in the cloud computing team
Evolving field of data security