DevOps Engineer

Employer: Finastra
  • IT Software
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • Updated at: 18.03.2018
    Short company description

    Formed in 2017 by the combination of Misys and D+H, we provide the broadest portfolio of financial services software in the world today—spanning retail banking, transaction banking, lending, capital markets and treasury.

    Our solutions enable customers to deploy mission critical technology on premises or in the cloud. With our scale and geographical reach we drive valued solutions and opportunity for customers regardless of size or geography. Through our open, secure, and reliable solutions, we empower customers to accelerate growth, optimize cost, mitigate risk and continually evolve to meet their changing needs.


    What do we expect from you? (Experience)

    At least 2 years experience in a Software Development team (Development, DevOps, QA Automation). A previous DevOps experience would be a plus
    Good build tools knowledge (make, maven, ant, Scons)
    Good experience for automation scripting (shell, python, Groovy, Perl)
    Good knowledge and experience of modern development engineering tools and processes (Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Delivery (CD), Jenkins, pipeline as code, Sonar)
    Repository knowledge (Nexus, NuGet …)
    Source control management knowledge (GIT)
    Windows and Unix/Linux admin level knowledge and practice
    Nice to have: Ansible, Public Clouds (Azure/AWS), Container knowledge (Docker, Docker Swarm, Kubernetes)


    As a DevOps Engineer your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

    Specifying, developing/updating and maintaining Build/Integration/Delivery systems
    Proposing innovative DevOps solutions to answer Capital Market Products new problem statements
    Providing reliable and quick support to all Finastra teams clients of the DevOps systems
    Ensuring sound focus of DevOps and R&D teams on automation and continuous DevOps processes (vs. manual and ad-hoc ones).