A quick snapshot…
Aptos are working on a global monitoring solution which is based on the monitoring platforms of Grafana, Zabbix and Promethus. The successful applicant will great System Admin skills and either have knowledge or be enthusiastic to learn one or more of those platforms (deploying and configuring) and also be able to work with the internal product teams to create and deploy the scripting and agents to support the both the infrastructure that the application reside on and create and deploy application monitors and indicators to support the day to day running of customers.
Here's what skills you'll need…
- Unix – preferable Ubuntu/Centos to a sysadmin/devops level
- Windows package deployment
- Scripting in Powershell essential, Unix scripting also preferred
- MySQL tuning and administration
- Securing monitoring traffic using certificates and https
- DNS knowledge
- AWS Certification to Associate level
Here's what will give you an edge…
- Previous experience of deploying a NOC/SOC
- Previous experience of monitoring platforms
Here's what we expect…
Passion. We know it when we see it. Passion is not saying how much you love what you do in your most excited voice. Passion is revealed in your truest self. It's about what you've accomplished; how you want to grow; the ideas you have; your philosophies. It's demonstrating through your words and your actions that you truly believe in what you do -- and where you work. That it matters to you. And that's pretty cool.
Resourcefulness and application. At Aptos, we have a pioneering spirit -- when we have questions, we find answers; when we're faced with challenges, we find solutions. We turn to a variety of resources, including our own colleagues, our professional network, the Internet, articles and books -- whatever helps us get the job done. But's it's not just about using a variety of resources to gain knowledge -- it's also about applying that knowledge to other areas of the job or business where it might make sense.
Initiative. You don't wait around for things to happen or for your manager to tell you what to do. You're not only proactive about completing your own work, but when you sense the need to introduce a project that will benefit the team or the organization -- even if it's outside your scope of work -- you put a proposal together, talk to the team about it, and own it. And that also goes back to having a pioneering spirit.
Quality orientation. You rarely make mistakes because you have good processes in place to ensure that every last detail is correct. There's hardly an error that gets past you -- even when you're under pressure to complete something in a very short timeframe.
Did we pique your interest?
If this sounds like the kind of job you would love in the kind of environment you would thrive in, please drop us a line -- we'd love to hear from you!