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DevOps Engineer
continuous-integration aws terraform ansible docker sysadmin Feb 12


ThreatConnect® arms organizations with a powerful defense against cyber threats and the confidence to make strategic business decisions. Founded in 2011, ThreatConnect officially launched the ThreatConnect Platform in 2013. Since then, ThreatConnect has grown to more than 20,000 users worldwide. Today, ThreatConnect provides a suite of products designed to meet the threat intelligence aggregation, analysis and automation needs of security teams at any maturity level - built on the industry's only intelligence-driven, extensible security platform. If you want to work on building a world-class security platform, you will enjoy a career that truly makes an impact. For more information on the benefits of working at ThreatConnect, visit

The DevOps team at ThreatConnect is searching for a new engineer to join us. We are a multi-functional team that works with both internal and customer-facing groups to deliver world-class service. We also collaborate with QA, platform integrations, and core engineering teams to provide CI/CD services as well as R&D environments.

Our team operates on the bleeding edge of technology in an expanding industry, and we are looking for someone to grow with us. We are searching for someone who is solution-driven and is willing to experiment to find the right tool for the job. We respect different technological opinions and want someone who is willing to propose and follow through on innovative ideas.

As a part of the DevOps team, you will work on the design, deployment, and monitoring of our production systems. In supporting our global users, you will respond to various system events on a multi-shift schedule and a soft on-call rotation. You will plan, develop, and implement tools that grow our platform in a stable, sustainable, and scalable manner.



  • Monitor and respond to production issues
  • Provide tier 3 support to internal and external users
  • Iteratively develop and improve automation tools and workflows
  • Contribute to several projects used to build and manage production
  • Explore new approaches to existing problems
  • Work one second shift (3p-12a EST) per week
  • Provide 24*7 support on a weekly on-call rotation

Required Qualifications:

  • Experience with Docker
  • Experience with CI/CD pipelines such as GitLab, Travis CI, or CircleCI
  • Administration of Linux-based systems
  • Experience operating production web services
  • Proficiency with cloud infrastructure providers such as AWS, GCP, or Azure
  • Familiarity with a scripting language, preferably Python and/or shell
  • Experience with git version control
  • Experience with configuration management tools such as Ansible, Chef, or Puppet
  • 1-3 years of total technical experience

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience with PostgreSQL, MySQL or other relational database systems
  • Experience with Terraform or similar IaaC platform


  • 10 Paid Federal Holidays
  • Accrued Paid Time Off (PTO) for vacation/sick, time
  • Your birthday off
  • Employee recognition program with quarterly awards
  • Employee referral program
  • Military leave options available
  • Education reimbursement program for job-related college courses and professional training
  • Company-provided refreshments at our headquarters
  • Quarterly events with your geographic team
  • Annual company party


  • Prescription drug coverage
  • Dental coverage
  • Vision coverage
  • Company-paid short term and long term disability
  • Company-paid insurance and AD&D coverage
  • Pet Insurance


  • 401K retirement savings plan with company matching program up to 6%
  • Paid Maternity/Paternity Leave
  • Paid Bereavement Leave
  • Health Savings Account
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (medical, dependent care, transit and parking)
  • Cell phone stipend
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Systems Engineer -
terraform ansible aws go postgresql testing Feb 11


Imagine texting with artists, celebrities, visionaries—the leaders you respect and admire—the same way
you do with your mom or best friend. Imagine texting with your fans, supporters, or patrons that very
same way, with smart, powerful tools to help you engage in direct, meaningful communication. At scale.
This is the reality we’re building at Community.
We’re already busy helping some of the most prolific community leaders reach and respond to their
members in a way that outperforms the pay-to-play, throttled engagement of traditional social media
platforms. Community is not an evolution of social media, it’s a break away from it. A fresh start to
communication altogether.

About the role and your impact

At Community we are building an asynchronous messaging platform that integrates with multiple
messaging services at global scale. You would be working with a distributed, remote-first team that
spans North America and Europe. Your day would be spent building and supporting the AWS-based
infrastructure and systems that underpin our product: building and configuring Terraform and Ansible
modules, improving on our custom Go-based tooling; working on our Vitess, Cassandra, and Postgres
databases; designing and building simple monitoring integrations; designing new systems; pairing with
other engineers; and supporting other teams to deliver innovative features on a cutting edge stack.
We’re an early stage company and every team member has the potential to impact the organization for
years to come. You should bring new ideas, enthusiasm, and a drive for excellence and your efforts will
be rewarded.
We’re growth-oriented, both as a company and as individuals: we take learning seriously and invest in
growing our skills and our team’s capabilities. You will have the opportunity to share your expertise and
to learn from existing members of our high-performing team: our existing team includes authors from
well known publishers, an Elixir core team member, and engineers with decades of experience.

What You’ll Do
Build and support our AWS-based infrastructure and systems that underpin our product
Build and configure Terraform and Ansible modules
Improve on our custom Go-based tooling; working on our Viitess, Cassandra, and Postgres
Design and build simple monitoring integrations
Design new systems; pairing with other engineers and supporting other teams to deliver
innovative features on a cutting edge stack

What You’ll Bring
Robust software development and testing skills, ideally in Go, but we’re open to excellence in
other languages for those motivated to learn our stack
Production experience, preferably at scale, on systems infrastructure
A driving interest in testing, intentional design, and building quality software that lasts
Hardworking and collaborative engineers, with a phenomenal team work ethic
A focus on actively building and being part of a great, diverse engineering culture

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Infrastructure Engineer
ansible terraform version control infrastructure python Feb 02

Infrastructure Engineer

We are looking for an experienced engineer to build and scale services in a cloud environment in our Infrastructure team. You’ll be working with a high-energy, fast-paced team responsible for supporting initiatives and operations across Toptal.

This is a remote position that can be done from anywhere. All communication and resumes must be submitted in English.


Toptal services are deployed across hundreds of servers. You will be responsible for designing, building, deploying, and maintaining highly available production systems, with shared ownership with the development teams. 

You’ll develop tooling and processes to drive and improve the developers’ experience, implement monitoring for automated system health checks, develop procedures, and maintain documentation for system troubleshooting and maintenance. Lastly, you’ll collaborate with engineering teams to improve the company’s engineering tools, systems, procedures, and data security, not just administer clusters and cloud services.

We hold daily scrum standups (GMT-3 to GMT+5). Expect pair programming, engaging in peer code reviews, and use collaboration tools like Slack and Zoom.

 In the first week you will:

  • Join our boot camp team and begin your onboarding into Toptal.
  • Learn about our team’s processes and get familiar with the code that maintains our infrastructure resources.

 In the first month you will:

  • Learn about our systems - why they are built the way they are and how to improve them.
  • Monitor systems security, performance, and availability.
  • Begin to participate in a variety of roles in a wide range of Infrastructure projects.
  • Review procedures and documentation for system troubleshooting and maintenance.

 In the first three months you will:

  • Perform regular systems maintenance including OS/application patches, driver updates, and regular performance monitoring.
  • Provide excellent customer service by seeking to understand and address the teams’ needs and expectations through effective communication and collaboration while learning about our infrastructure.
  • Deliver internal Infrastructure and services such as monitoring, logging, and data services to our internal users.
  • Support the development of CI/CD pipelines.

 In the first six months you will:

  • Support Infrastructure design, architecture, and implementation support. You may be involved in network design, identification of new technologies to support the business, and resolve infrastructure compatibility and performance problems as they arise.
  • Participate in the on-call rotation schedule (during business and after hours) to support all infrastructure related systems.
  • Report any downtime or performance issues faced by the system, drill down to find out what caused it and coordinate with the development teams to resolve them.
  • Handle incident resolution if a developer is not needed.
  • Participate in our Disaster Recovery, change control, and security standards initiatives.

 In the first year you will:

  • Communicate with key stakeholders on project engagements.
  • Partner closely with our Engineering teams to develop infrastructure automation and management solutions with a keen focus on scalability, observability, automation, reliability, security, and quality in Google Cloud Platform.
  • Plan and coordinate testing of changes, upgrades, patches, new releases, and new services.
  • Participate in technology initiatives that enable developers to deliver their services to our customers with a minimal amount of friction and a high degree of quality.


  • Be well-versed in deploying automation with tools like ansible and terraform, as well as version control.
  • Be eager to help your teammates, share your knowledge with them, and learn from them.
  • Previous experience managing infrastructure configuration and provisioning through code for large, distributed systems on public cloud platforms (AWS, GCP).
  • Solid understanding of Linux debugging, LAN and WAN networking, IP addressing, Load Balancing, VPNs, and routing.
  • A strong understanding of modern systems and service-related security best practices.
  • Hands-on experience with system and application metric collection and alerting services such as Graphite, Grafana, Prometheus, InfluxDB, Sensu, or others. A keen focus on what makes a system observable.
  • Proficient in scripting languages such as Python, Bash, Ruby, etc.
  • Understanding of and experience with continuous integration and continuous deployment patterns and tools such as Jenkins and Travis.
  • Superior troubleshooting skills. Experience in resolving difficult problems through various troubleshooting protocols and processes.
  • Experience with Docker, Docker Compose, and creating optimized docker files.
  • Kubernetes building, operating, and debugging experience is a plus.
  • Experience managing RDBMS. PostgreSQL experience is an added advantage.
  • Participate in the on-call rotation schedule (during business and after hours) to support all infrastructure related systems.
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This Year

Linux System Administrator I
linux python kubernetes terraform ansible sysadmin Jan 26

What you get to do:

  • On-going Sysadmin work on bare metal and AWS instances.
  • Proactive system/network monitoring.
  • Proactive system capacity planning.
  • Deployment and task automation utilizing salt or other methods.
  • Issue/ Incident response.
  • Peer-level technical support
  • Work with the compliance team to implement controls and other security needs.
  • Continuous improvement of the system as a whole.

What you bring to the team: 

  • As a result of a government contract in which this position will be involved, this role requires U.S. citizenship.
  • Bachelor's degree in CS, IS, IT or equivalent required
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills with the ability to keep key stakeholders informed in a timely manner
  • 2+ years of Linux administration and engineering experience.
  • 1+ years Python development experience or an equal level of proficiency in another language. For candidates that have experience with languages other than Python.
  • Experience leading, or participating in, the implementation of at least one configuration management system
  • Experience deploying a host virtualization platform and containers.
  • Experience with fully implemented automation workflows.
  • Web Server experience (SAAS experience a huge plus)
  • Motivated self-starter with ability to self-manage and work well independently, as well as in a team within a dynamic environment.
  • Strong application, operating system, kernel, and hardware debugging skills.

Why work for us:

  • Competitive salary and an unlimited PTO policy.
  • 401k match which is fully vested after 3 years of service
  • A dynamic and fun work environment with passionate, top-notch colleagues
  • An opportunity to join a company at an inflection point in its growth pathway
  • Leadership that is invested in hearing your ideas and in your professional growth
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Full Stack Developer
php mysql javascript angular-js ansible full stack Jan 22

 We’re looking for a Full Stack Developer, but this role is far more than a simple “developer”.

You’ll be working with a small team to ensure the successful execution of our technology strategy. You’ll write good front-end and back-end code following best practices, including unit testing and code review. Your success on assignments will result from cultivating an ongoing relationship with operations, sales, marketing, technology partners and advertisers leveraging those unique insights to craft user experience. 

Working with our tight-knit team, you won’t have to worry about big company bureaucracy or not having an impact. The first project you work on will be launched to the VNN network within two months of starting and the code you work on will be used by thousands on a daily basis. 

Signs that you’re the one:

  • 2- 4 Years experience in PHP/MySQL 
  • Ability to use various flavors of JavaScript (ECMA 5-10, working in AngularJS, React, NodeJS)
  • Ability to learn and script in various environments (Capistrano, Ansible, Shell scripts)
  • Bachelor’s degree (or other education/proof of knowledge) in a related/relevant field
  • Experience working in a Start-up environment
  • Passion for building software and solving complex problems
  • Strong written and spoken communication skills needed for the success of a remote group that leverages Slack and Hangouts
  • Understanding that problem solving is a team effort and is willing to ask for help when it’s needed and will help others in our team learn and develop.
  • Understand the balance between crafting a high quality, lasting solution and getting the job done.
  • Ability to embrace the many different roles you will have to play in a start-up environment
  • Aspiration to be a software professional as described here: What is a Full Stack developer?


  • Interest in sports and/or sports related activities (Band, Booster Clubs, team mascot, etc. ) 
  • Knowledge of cloud computing systems (AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, etc)
  • Familiar with JIRA
  • Familiar with GraphQL

In short, we want a team member with the technical skills required that can work with others and isn’t afraid to be creative.  

What are we going to offer you?

In exchange for your experience and incredible talent, we will provide you with

  • Employer Sponsored Health Insurance
  • Ability to work anywhere you can perform the job (100% remote)
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Unlimited Paid Time Off 
  • Fun and energetic work environment
  • VNN will cover a Mac of your choosing with our computer reimbursement plan (the computer will be yours to keep) 
  • Endless opportunity for professional growth
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Systems Engineer
linux sysadmin puppet ansible docker python Dec 27 2019

As a Systems Engineer at CoverMyMeds, you create solutions that make our internal operations work more efficiently and effectively in order to help millions of patients receive their prescription medications every year. You build infrastructure that our technical teams use every day, and scale those solutions to enable our continued growth. You work on small teams with other really smart people with endless opportunities to take on responsibility, continue learning and mentor others.

Our Tech Stack:
Linux (required), Puppet, Ansible, Docker, Ruby on Rails, Python, PHP, Elixir, SQL-Server, PostgreSQL, Elasticsearch, Capistrano, Redis, Sidekiq, Apache, Infrastructure as code (IaC) 

What You'll Do:

  • Implement, administer and maintain our test and production infrastructure
  • Automate and standardize everything - eliminate manual processes
  • Support and improve our application platform
  • Improve our incident triage and resolution processes
  • Document everything important you do for our infrastructure

About You:

  • 3+ years of Linux administration experience
  • 3+ years working with configuration management tools
  • Full-stack (physical to application) experience with a focus on automation, availability and scalability
  • Great at working in cross-functional teams with developers and DBAs
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