DevOps/SRE Engineer

Job description

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark (vacancy available either for Copenhagen, Vilnius, Krakow or Nice)

 

Position overview

Infare, an airfare intelligence provider with more than 100 employees on board, offers a career and a professional development opportunity for a motivated DevOps / SRE Engineer. We expect a minimum of three years of experience in a Senior DevOps or SRE role. In return, we will provide you with an opportunity to have a direct impact on building new components and improving our Software and Infrastructure operations.

Areas of responsibility

Technical:

  • Leading role in building solutions to improve infrastructure monitoring and operations, enabling Infare to run a lean organization and automate as much as possible;
  • Take care of and develop our monitoring platform with SLA/SLO/SLI in mind;
  • Lead postmortems to understand root cause of incident and set up corrective actions.

You will be also responsible for the operation, set-up and expansion of our services including:

  • Managing our ELK monitoring stack;
  • Cooperate with DevOps Engineers to develop templates for orchestration of our systems and CI/CD pipelines;
  • Taking care of AWS services used by Infare and proposing new solutions based on organization needs.

 

Skills and Requirements

Must have:

  • 3+ years of experience as a Senior DevOps Engineer or Site Reliability Engineer;
  • 2+ years of experience with ELK Stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana) or similar platforms like Datadog, logz.io, CloudWatch;
  • Experience with orchestration tools like Terraform, Ansible, or similar to CloudFormation, Puppet;
  • Experience with CI/CD tools like Azure DevOps, Jenkins;
  • Experience with at least one public or private cloud technology such as AWS or OpenStack;
  • Experience with K8s cluster management, On-prem or in the Cloud (f.x. AWS EKS, ECS, Mesos, OKD, Docker Swarm);
  • Fluent in English, both written and spoken.

IT would be a plus if you have:

  • Understanding of the basics about big data and big data technologies (Hadoop/Spark/Kafka);
  • Proficiency in algorithms, data structures, and software design and/or Linux, networking, application performance analysis;
  • Some experience with JVM (Java or Scala).

 

What we offer in Denmark

  • Work in a dynamic fast-growing global company with a non-corporate, flat structure and individual approach to each employee;
  • An easy-going, enthusiastic, yet result-driven atmosphere;
  • Innovation weeks – to focus on and bring your ideas to life;
  • Possibility to continue full or half remote work (if wanted);
  • Pension is 5% from Infare and 2,5% own payment
  • Health insurance through pension contributions
  • 5 extra days off

More about us

At Infare, we build products that open doors to the right decisions by the air travel industry. Since 2000, we have gathered, and we keep collecting a massive amount of data and insights that allow airlines to understand and to react to competitor behaviour.

As air travel is becoming an increasingly large and competitive industry, fare intelligence is of vital importance. For this reason, our tools and products have become of major interest to airlines and airports in the past years: in fact, we have 19 of 20 world’s largest airlines as our customers on top of 200+ other carriers, and our business has been growing for years.

Data is at the core of our business, as we use it for our final products such as Pharos, Altus and others. However, we need to gather the data from APIs and/or extract it from airline websites, metasearch and online travel agent sites. This is where our 30+ data collection team is crucial. Its members write, optimize, maintain, and improve 1000+ of our robots/crawlers, and overcome challenges such as volume, quality, dynamism and even blocking on the daily basis.

While we seek quality, integrity, and consistency in the data we deliver to our customers, the funniest part about data extraction is that there’s no single rule or method to collect it: the solution is custom every time and it’s our engineers who have total liberty to come up with it.