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Must Live in LA and Be a US Citizen or US Resident
Work for kickass startup enjoy working with cutting edge technology, in a collaborative agile environment.
Well-rounded Systems and Operations leader to manage our growing infrastructure. The ideal candidate will have experience running small to medium size data centers (co-lo and managed), designing and maintaining network infrastructure, managing systems teams, code releases and standard monitoring and alerting tools. We're looking for someone who has a passion for current trends while remaining pragmatic, someone willing to support our current operations while planning and managing our new and growing infrastructure. This is a senior level position so we're looking for someone who has been working in operations for 4-6 years or more. So if you live for juggling maintenance, new system builds, code releases, failovers, response time and uptime
Responsibilities include:
Ensure that systems and infrastructure is properly maintained, architected, installed, configured, documented and monitored.
Ensure that standard operations practices are followed for security, incident reporting and change management.
Maintain 24/7 production environments
Schedule and oversee releases, maintenance and deployment of systems and updates
Design new infrastructure for expanding platforms
Required knowledge and experience:
6+ years experience managing SAAS infrastructure, with experience managing teams and rolling out new infrastructure
Expert level knowledge of DNS, SMTP, HTTP/HTTPS, TCP/UDP
Solid, in-depth knowledge of enterprise computing concepts : n-tier architecture; Web services; Messaging; Transactions; Security; Persistence; RPC
Experience with CentOS, LAMP, MySQL

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