What we are looking for - Build and Release Engineer Detailed Job Description: As a DevOps Engineer you will build, maintain and support a highly available application infrastructure stack running at AWS. In order to accomplish this, you will work closely with Clients Product/Engineering and TechOps teams to understand how the Business Applications utilize the infrastructure and implement monitoring/alerting for these applications. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to drive changes, automate processes and provide continuous improvements in system performance, reliability and security. Key Responsibilities Design and deploy infrastructure solutions that meet the customers' business needs using cutting-edge technologies Automate infrastructure build process for continuous deployments Implement and manage continuous integration and deployment systems and methodologies on AWS Maintain strong communication channels between operations and development (DevOps) to ensure cooperation between teams Ensure high availability, security, and performance of production and development environments for our customer-facing applications Key Qualifications BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 5 years of Systems Engineering in 24x7 Production environment Fluency with at least one current generation scripting language used by DevOps professionals (Python, Perl, PHP, Ruby) AWS, Jenkins, Terraform, Full stack application (NodeJS, Java/Tomcat, NoSQL DB) Direct hands-on experience with AWS services Building/Maintaining Docker container clusters managed using Kubernetes, Linux, Bash, Git, Docker. Experience working on several Docker components like Docker Engine, Hub, Machine, creating Docker images, Compose, Docker Registry and handling multiple images primarily for middleware installations and domain configurations. Experience in Implementing Continuous Delivery pipeline with Docker, Maven, Ant, Jenkins and AWS. Experience with AWS container services (ECS & EKS) and Docker engine to deploy micro-services.