We are looking for someone who is able to help use develop automation around privilege access management.
This automation will use a database to store the truth of the environment which has to be reflected on the infrastructure.
This infrastructure mostly consists out of Redhat Linux systems, NetApp storage systems and AWS native storage both on premise as in the AWS cloud.
We are looking for someone with a site reliability engineering mindset that has very good software development skills and not for a sysadmin that has sometimes written a script.
They have to develop the automation tooling in CI/CD pipeline with proper testing.
The automation needs to be developed with a design for failure mindset where the unexpected is to be expected. It is better to fail the execution for inspection than to continue in destruction.
The software also needs to be deployed in various environments so documentation and readability are also key as well as a structured setup.
Must have: Competent on Storage skills
o NetApp API
Must Have: Proficient programming skills
o Bash scripting
o Rest API/SDKs
o Desired state tooling/idempotency
o Can work with a secrets vault, preferably HashiCorp Vault
Is very well aware of securely working with a secrets vault
Password and secrets rotation and securely accessing them from automation tooling
o Work with CI/CD pipelines and able to set this up for this initiative.
o Work with development under test
Must have: Competent Linux Redhat knowledge
o authentication and authorization skills
ssh, sudo, login, pam, etc.
o Linux login process
o Recent Linux knowledge (e.g. systemd)
Must have: Competent database knowledge
o MySQL or PostgreSQL
o Database authentication and authorization
o Be able to design database
Must have: Competent security skills
o Familiar with Privilege Access Management
o Familiar with cybersecurity threats
o Encryption at rest and in flight
Must have: Competent Cloud knowledge on AWS
o Familiar with EC2, FSx
o Familiar with security groups
o Familiar with the dynamics of cloud
Must have: Advanced on Service Now programming
o Be familiar with service now concepts
o Be familiar with service now automation
Must have: Advanced on Splunk
o Be familiar with Splunk monitoring
o Be able to schedule alerts and build dashboards
o Be able to gather all relevant security information to monitor the solution that was build
You have great English communication skills, both verbally as in writing.
You like working in multi-disciplinary teams also with people who live in other parts of the world.
DevOps mindset: You are a team-player that is eager to develop and maintain cool products to automate/optimize processes in a complex IT infrastructure and are able to build and maintain productive working relationships.
Willing to learn and also willing to teach to colleagues.