Our client is a global technology company which provides its services worldwide to top-tier banks. Its culture is very startup-like — the company was founded less than 10 years ago. The company’s mission is to empower every end-user with a unique intellectual identity solution which covers web, mobile and other.
DataArt is putting together a team which will enhance and maintain a modern stack and microservices architecture. The client is looking to upgrade their currently existing platform to support cybersecurity solutions.
DataArt is putting together a team that will enhance and maintain a modern stack and microservices architecture. The client is looking to upgrade its currently existing platform to support cybersecurity solutions. We are going to launch a few SCRUM teams, which will consist of high-quality backend developers (Java), frontend developers (the latest version of React), QA engineers, DevOps engineers (AWS), and Product owners. Overall team expertise is 70% senior level. The plan is to build a highly professional and performing team that can add value to the Product.
We are looking for an experienced and open-minded professional with a strong knowledge of test methodologies and software release cycles. Experience with testing in a microservices environment and with end-to-end contract-based user testing is a big plus. The DevOps engineer will help transform and improve the DevOps processes and ensure that all products, services, and projects are developed, delivered, and supported in accordance with the business requirements.
AWS, K8s, Terraform.
Nice to have
• Professional Development:
— Experienced colleagues who are ready to share knowledge;
— The ability to switch projects, technology stacks, try yourself in different roles;
— More than 150 workplaces for advanced training;
— Study and practice of English: courses and communication with colleagues and clients from different countries;
— Support of speakers who make presentations at conferences and meetings of technology communities.
• The ability to focus on your work: a lack of bureaucracy and micromanagement, and convenient corporate services;
• Friendly atmosphere, concern for the comfort of specialists;
• Flexible schedule (there are core mandatory hours), the ability to work remotely upon agreement with colleagues.