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Excited about OpenStack and automation at scale? Do you want to work as an infrastructure engineer on the biggest OpenStack public Cloud in the world? This is the role for you...
A Linux Operations Engineer is a key element in the day to day maintenance of Rackspace Cloud Servers product line and the largest OpenStack deployments in the world.
As a IOPS Engineer you are expected to apply thorough problem-solving techniques to proactively identify the source of infrastructure problems and own their resolution while also identifying opportunities for automation and process improvements.
As a member of the IOPS Team, the IOPS Engineer works with the customer facing teams to ensure maximum stability and performance of our Cloud systems by responding to and troubleshooting issues with our infrastructure and customer-facing cloud server and Cloud portfolio of products. Main responsibilities include keeping all Cloud and Cloud Servers systems online, ensuring the uptime and stability of the infrastructure while also serving as an escalation point for the customer-facing technical support teams.