Cloud Operations Engineer
In an era where the frontiers of innovation are public, and not private, the platforms for consuming that innovation should enable everyone to participate. That is the vision for Ubuntu and Canonical, which motivates us to enable a wide diversity of open source communities to collaborate under the Ubuntu umbrella.
We believe that every computer user:
Should have the freedom to download, run, copy, distribute, study, share, change and improve their software for any purpose, without paying licensing fees.
Should be able to use their software in the language of their choice.
Should be able to use all software regardless of disability.
Our philosophy is reflected in the software we produce, the way we distribute it and our licensing terms, too - Ubuntu Licence Policy.
We aim to be the platform which leads in achieving these ideals. We work to the goal that every piece of software you could possibly need is available under a licence that gives you those freedoms.
Cloud engineers architect run the leading cloud technologies on the market today and in the future. This includes OpenStack and Kubernetes for multi-cloud environments as well as automated infrastructure and service orchestration. The cloud operations engineer is a python software developer that develops software to make running infrastructure easier and more scalable.
As a member of the team you will gain experience using a broad range of cloud technologies. We believe in dogfooding and you will get experience running clouds with the software we develop. Our clouds include future upgrades meaning you aren’t stuck working with old solutions. Canonical is a technology agnostic cloud leader, incorporating new solutions like Kubernetes as they become available staying up to date with the best open-source offerings.
Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent degree
Software Development experience with Python
Demonstrated drive for continual learning
Experience developing applications for Linux
Skills considered as a good plus
Experience with OpenStack or Kubernetes deployment or operation
Hands-on experience administering Linux servers for personal or professional use
We hope that you’ll join us in helping to shape and build the future of free software together.
Depending where you currently, physically reside, please apply with one of three teams:
APAC residents: https://canonical.com/careers/2184908
EU residents: https://canonical.com/careers/2157956
US residents: https://canonical.com/careers/2283858