DevOps engineer with Java experience (f/m/d)
About the company
easybell is an internet and telephony provider for individuals as well as business clients. Our most important products are DSL connections, SIP trunks, our cloud telephony appliance, and voice over ip telephony.
The company was founded in 2006 and is located in the very center of Berlin. We are part of the market-listed ecotel group which provides us with excellent access to affordable upfront services.
Our inexpensive rates feature fair contract conditions with no minimum duration. We develop our products and services from an understandable and flexible point of view.
What makes software development special at easybell is the fact that not everyone is working on a tiny aspect of a big piece of software. Instead, we have a multitude of projects that everyone is working on. This results in a lot of learning opportunities as well as exciting change in your day to day work.
As a DevOps Engineer in our services team, you will be responsible for setting up and administering our kubernetes cluster as well as streamlining our CI /CD pipelines.
Since the team is also responsible for running various middlewares written in Java, you also get the chance to contribute to them.
What we expect you to bring to the table
- At least two years of experience developing Java
- Experience with setting up and running kubernetes clusters on bare metal
- At least a bachelor's degree in computer science
- Joy in solving complex problems
- At least one year of experience administrating Linux server running Debian or a comparable distribution Fluent in english (At least C1)
What would be nice to have
- Being proficient in German
- Having set up a kubernetes cluster from scatch
- Having worked in the telco sector
- Experience in configuring Asterisk telephony appliances
What we are bringing to the table
- Flexible work hours
- Competitive salary
- Remote option
- A spacious office in the heart of Berlin
- We make sure that you keep growing as a developer
The Tech Stack
- Dedicated Hardware in two German data centers Kubernetes
- Apache Camel
- Red Hat Quarkus