As a DevOps engineer you bring development and IT operations closer together. While helping automate our infrastructure and those of our customers, you come into contact with tech players such as RedHat and the Open-Source alternative OKD, with Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery and the DevOps ideology.
Container platforms give us all the freedom and control to develop, deploy and scale non-stop applications. On-premise or public cloud? The infrastructure is no longer decisive. As a DevOps engineer, your responsibilities will include setting up and maintaining these container platforms to develop software in a modern and consistent way.
Developing, deploying, scaling, monitoring, and managing large scale apps in a hybrid cloud environment – that is quite a challenge. As a DevOps engineer you use the power of the container platforms to automate all those processes. Combine your cumulated knowledge about infrastructure and data centers with your expertise in an agile application development!
I started out as a Unix Support Engineer, then I was given the opportunity to be promoted to Unix System Engineer and for the last four years I have occupied a position as Linux DevOps Engineer at Cegeka - a growth company with numerous opportunities for advancement.
Tim Vandevoort, Linux DevOps Engineer