Cloud Software Engineer - Site Reliability Engineering at Apple (Austin, TX)

Cloud Software Engineer - Site Reliability Engineering at Apple (Austin, TX)


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Location: Austin, TX
Type: Full Time
Created: 2021-05-15 05:00:21

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Imagine what you we could do together. At Apple, new insights have a way of becoming excellent products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your job and there's no telling what you could accomplish.JMET is an unusual security engineering group within Apple IS&T! We provide critical services for the company across every product line. From manufacturing to customer facing, our services span across the entire lifecycle of most Apple hardware. We are responsible to design, implement and support the ongoing need to improve customer safety and privacy by providing security services that are tightly coupled with hardware. Many of our services are seen in iOS Security Guide or publicly discussed on Internet forums. As a Cloud Software Engineer - SRE, you will bring deep expertise designing and supporting highly-scalable, highly-available infrastructure and applications in Kubernetes, AWS as well as promoting micro service design patterns in sophisticated working environment. The successful candidate will design and implement innovative approaches and tools for continuous delivery, serve as a domain professional on all aspect of our containerized deployments, including development, configuration, scaling and upgrades. You will be joining a team of highly-skilled, hardworking and passionate engineers working on this groundbreaking and constantly evolving space.We are looking for an engineer whose objective is to make things scale. This includes building software that automates experiences, developing utilities that provides insights/metrics, and provide instrumentation for Engineering teams to more efficiently scale the platform. This engineer will be responsible for maintaining JMETs Kubernetes & AWS production and test environments and maintain high-volume clusters in multiple datacenters.