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Wednesday, December 21, 2016 at 9:30AM
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Best of all, VividCortex isn’t just a DBA tool. Unlike traditional monitoring tools, VividCortex eliminates the walls between development and production -- anybody can benefit from VividCortex and be a superhero. With powerful tools like time-over-time comparison, developers gain immediate production visibility into databases with no need for access to the production servers. Our customers vouch for it: Problems are solved faster and they're solved before they ever reach production. As a bonus, DBAs no longer become the bottleneck for things like code reviews and troubleshooting in the database. 

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Site Reliability Engineer, NYT Beta

The New York Times is looking for a Software Engineer for its Delivery/Site Reliability Engineering team.

About the Team

The primary goal of the Delivery/Site Reliability Engineering team is to build and maintain tools that other developers and software engineers use in agile product development and delivery, such as monitoring, configuration management and deployment tools. Product engineering teams should be able to concentrate on new features, without worrying how these features are deployed from development into production.

Role Description

As a member of the Delivery/Site Reliability Engineering team, your day-to-day job would include evaluating the current development practices, procedures and tooling, and evolving them to be more efficient. You will also be a part of a team responsible for building the tools that ensure that the various systems at The New York Times continue to operate in a reliable and efficient manner.

Responsibilities

Required Experience

Some of the tech we use

Go, Ruby, Bash, AWS, GCP, Terraform, Packer, Docker, Kubernetes, Vault, Consul, Jenkins, Drone

Please send resumes to: technicaljobs@nytimes.com


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