Printify is a high-growth, print-on-demand platform that connects e-commerce merchants and print-on-demand manufacturers. We work in a fast-paced and ever-developing industry with endless growth opportunities.
As a Site Reliability Engineer at Printify you will get the opportunity to work on platform and improvements that have direct impact on Product Squads and our customers. Our team builds & operates the container platform (Docker / Kubernetes) on which Product Squads deploy complex and critical applications. The underlying cloud infrastructure is also managed by our team through the ‘infrastructure as code’ methodology.
The Site Reliability Engineer is responsible for the design, development, configuration and maintenance of the highly available and distributed solutions and platforms, as well as reliability of the ecosystem. You’ll be working in an international environment with multiple squads and teams of system and product engineers, and data scientists.
Your responsibilities:Configure and operate our container platform and data storage solutions in AWSBuild and configure various services across SAAS, PAAS and IAAS environments like monitoring & logging solutions and CI/CDWork closely with Applications teams on various operational and improvement cases – develop, configure and continuously improve solutions based on the team’s needs. You will be responsible for the design and execution of your own initiativesTroubleshoot and resolve any service issues related to operating systems and servers. Maintain response and resolution of cases/tickets received in queue against established SLAs. Take part in on-call supportSupport other groups of system engineer, contribute in knowledge sharing, meetupsStay up to date with latest technologies and trends, propose improvements and be example of DevOps culture
Technologies we use:AWS, Docker, Kubernetes, HelmElastic Stack, Prometheus, GrafanaMongoDB, MySQL, RDS PostgreSQLGit, Jenkins, GitHubTerraform, AnsibleJIRA, Confluence
What we expect from you:Solid experience in systems administration and maintenance in UNIX/Linux environmentsStrong Kubernetes administrator experience, building and operating multi cluster setup running production workloadsExperience with setting up ServiceMesh is a plusSolid experience with the development, configuration, maintenance and enhancements of both relational databases like PostgreSQL, MySQL & NoSQL databases as MongoDBSolid experience at least in two areas within AWS IAM, Networking, Logging or securityExperience with AWS file storage, block storage and distributed object storage solutionsExperience with setup and configuration of Elasticstack, Prometheus and Grafana, or similar. Skills to maintain application, infrastructure and system health awareness using monitoring toolsKnowledge of at least one scripting language as Bash, Python, Go etc.Excellent troubleshooting skills of system, network, and application related is a mustLove all-things automation, have passion for open source technologies and tools, always learning and developing skills and knowledgeA team player with plenty of ideas and enthusiasm, proactive and can do attitudeHigh self-management and ability to prioritize in a dynamic start-up environment
What we offer:Career development opportunities – mentorship, internal meetups & hackathonsLearning budget as a % of your annual salaryStock options so you own a part of PrintifyFlexible work schedule, start your workday between 7AM and 11AMHealth insurance to support your well-being (in Latvia and Estonia)A budget for insurance and gym to remote employeesRemote work is possible and encouraged from anywhere across EuropeInternational relocation support for international candidates who wish to work in Riga or TallinnModern & ergonomic office space in Printify House in RigaAccess to the gym in Printify HouseFree food in Printify House: breakfast, snacks, and Friday lunch
Our team:Printifyers come from more than 20 countriesOur team has grown to more than 400 team members (and growing!)We are the 15th America’s fastest-growing company in 2020 (Financial Times)