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Production Engineers are responsible for the keeping GitLab.com and many otherGitLab production systems running smoothly 24/7/365. They're developers specialising in systems, whether it be networking, or the Linux kernel,or even a specific interest in scaling, algorithms, or distributed systems.GitLab.com is a unique site and it brings unique challenges: it’s the biggest GitLab instance in existence; in fact, it’s one of the largest single-tenancy open-source SAAS sites on the internet. The experience of our production engineers feeds back into other engineer groups within the company, as well as to GitLab customers, running on-premise installations.Responsibilities:
- Be on a PagerDuty rotation to respond to GitLab.com availability incidents and
- provide support for service engineers with customer incidents.
- Use your on-call shift to prevent incidents from ever happening.
- Manage our infrastructure with Chef, Terraform and Kubernetes.
- Make monitoring and alerting alert on symptoms and not on outages.
- Document every action so your learnings turn into repeatable actions and then into automation.
- Improve the deployment process to make it as boring as possible.
- Design, build and maintain core infrastructure pieces that allow GitLab scaling to support hundred of thousands of concurrent users.
- Debug production issues across services and levels of the stack.
- Plan the growth of GitLab's infrastructure.
- Think about systems - edge cases, failure modes, behaviors, specific implementations.
- Know your way around Linux and the Unix Shell.
- Know what is the use of config management systems like Chef (the one we use)
- Have strong programming skills - Ruby and/or Go
- Have an urge to collaborate and communicate asynchronously.
- Have an urge to document all the things so you don't need to learn the same thing twice.
- Have a proactive, go-for-it attitude. When you see something broken, you can't help but fix it.
- Have an urge for delivering quickly and iterating fast.
- Share our values, and work in accordance with those values.
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