We are currently searching for a Linux Cloud Engineer with a focus on Middleware. You will be responsible for maintaining cloud environments with zero downtime through automation and virtualization. The Linux Cloud Engineer are all-rounders with expertise in the (private) cloud field, specifically in Linux. As a Linux Cloud Engineer you will be responsible for migrating, maintaining, and implementing solutions in a private cloud environment. You will also advise clients on security, reliability, and performance improvements, possibly in a lead role.
The ideal candidate for this role is someone who is passionate about Linux and cloud engineering, enjoys collaborating with other experts, and is seen by clients as a trustworthy advisor.
You should have a min of 3 years expertise in Linux, Middleware, Git, Ansible, Oracle, Windows Server, MySQL, and Nginx, and hold an MBO4+ qualification in addition to proficiency in English.
Your primary responsibilities will include proactively managing and ensuring technical requests from clients are resolved efficiently, using automation where possible, and analyzing complex incidents/problems. You should be comfortable with digging into issues and identifying potential problems to prevent incidents.
In terms of the projects that you will be working on. There are two projects related to data management and kiosk software infrastructure. However, your focus will be on the Middleware layer, with a passion for databases and applications in private cloud environments (specifically VMware ESX).
Salary up to 70k incl 8%, we require candidates to apply who have a EU citizenship or a Permanent residence in the Netherlands. Relocation is not an option.
Furthermore the position offers a hybrid working arrangement with three days at the office and two days at home, 25 vacation days, and a laptop/phone provided. Unlimited access to the latest certifications. Additionally, there are opportunities for foreign events with teams from Microsoft, Amazon, and other companies.
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