Longterm Contract Unix/Linux Cloud Engineer in NYC
Downtown, NYC - Financial District
A Contract position at a preeminent global financial services firm.
Pay Options: IC/C2C/w2 - Corp to Corp / Self Incorporated or w2.
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Location: Downtown, NYC - Financial District.
Skills required for the position: UNIX, LINUX, AWS, AZURE, CLOUD, SHELL SCRIPTING, PERL, PYTHON.
Detailed Info: The grid engineering team is responsible for managing the infrastructure of thousands of servers which are used to run risk calculations. We want to augment the team and need engineers with experience in this area. We are also looking to migrate the Grid to the Public cloud and any experience related to the major cloud providers ( Amazon/Google/Azure ) will be a plus
The work will involve optimizing the infrastructure from an operating system and networking perspective. It will involve working closely with the application developers and support teams. The engineer will also serve as an escalation point for performance related issues. The candidate will be involved with engineering infrastructure to migrate to the Public Cloud
Development/Computing Environment: Redhat Enterprise Linux engineer level knowledge
Linux kernel's Ethernet/TCP tunables especially around TCP congestion handling
Strong scripting skills in Shell, Perl, Python
Experience with HPC
Linux/Unix System Administration
Preferred:Infrastructure deployment experience in the Public cloud
Knowledge of security controls for the Public cloud ( encryption of data in motion/rest and key management )
Experience with distributed, parallel file systems and related tools (GPFS, CFS etc.)?Cisco IOS and NX-OS knowledge
Monitoring/Visualizing products like Zabbix, Splunk, Extrahop, Sevone or similar, the RRD file format?Central config management system for Linux experience (Puppet, Chef, etc.)?Knowledge of Linux containers.
The position offers competitive rate.
Job Id: 30415