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Backend Engineers in Infrastructure, will work alongside SREs, and are experienced Ruby developers who work in the product with a focus on reliability, observability, performance and scalability at the application level, as well as on resource optimization from an Infrastructure perspective and on operationally relevant features.
As part of the Switchboard team, Backend Engineers specialization will focus primarily on building the customer portal and the corresponding backend control plane to operate a large number of GitLab environments, through automating all workflows - from provisioning new environments to daily operating tasks. This is the main difference between other Backend Engineer roles in Infrastructure, as your day to day will be occupied by automation tasks of a large number of GitLab environments (and the environments used by GitLab), and programming tasks across many environments.
Bonus points if you:
You share our values, and work in accordance with those values.
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