Posted over 1 year agoType: ContractorLocation: Remote / NYC HeadquartersReports to: Head of EngineeringAbout UsThe Influencer Marketing industry has grown from $500M in 2013 to $7B in 2018 and we’re here to make sure marketers invest their time and money wisely. Julius is the leading influencer research, talent management, and campaign analytics platform. We empower enterprise brands, advertising agencies, PR firms and media conglomerates to run influencer marketing in-house with our beautifully designed, data comprehensive platform. Founded in 2015, our clients span across 3 continents and we’re looking for passionate, entrepreneurial-minded go-getters to help us achieve our mission of being the industry’s standard SaaS solution for influencer marketing.About This JobWe are looking for a talented DevOps engineer who specializes in AWS and Docker. This person will work closely with our Head of Engineering to maintain and expand existing systems, as well as offer recommendations for future systems. Comfort and experience in working with databases of over a billion rows is a must.RequirementsFor starters, a strong background with Docker is a must.You’ll definitely have worked with EC2 using Auto Scaling Groups and immutable instancesUsing Aurora with billions of rows is exciting, not terrifyingNow that we have all that data in Aurora, you know exactly how to move it into Redshift using DMSDon’t forget to manage the large Elasticsearch clusters that make that data instantly searchableOf course, we’re going to move that data into Elasticsearch using Logstash, but you knew that right?Scaling a heavy load RabbitMQ cluster to manage background tasks is no sweatYou’ve worked with an alphabet soup of AWS technologies before, right? Listing them out (Athena, Batch, CloudFront, CloudWatch, DynamoDB, EFS, EMR, IAM, Kinesis, KMS, Lambda, Rekognition, Route53, S3, SES, SNS and VPC) would be a waste of time because you’ve mastered them all.And to top it all off, you build it all on Terraform and keep things tidy in GitHubBonus PointsYou’ve worked with and scaled Rancher v1 clusters with dozens of hosts and hundreds of containers and you deploy it all using Drone CI.