Infrastructure Engineer


| Vietnam

Salary (USD) 1K - 1.5K

Full Time | 0 Applicant(s)

Posted: 19 May 2017

About Company

Oddle is a Software-as-a-Service company offering a smart online ordering system for F&B businesses to manage their delivery and takeaway orders and grow their business

Job Description

We have embarked on a journey where we can support more restaurants around the world with a scalable, robust system. By joining our Engineering Team, you get to work on a product that has revolutionized the way food & beverages establishments can grow their own delivery and takeout business. The team constantly tackles challenges in payments, notifications, mapping, and complex algorithms so as to deliver a simple, seamless experience for both businesses and consumers.

What you will be doing:

  • Deploy and manage our live servers, measure and anticipate upcoming scaling challenges to prepare, scale and alert the team accordingly
  • Architect and deploy service oriented architecture, database sharding, etc. at a scalable way, supporting a rapidly growing user base worldwide
  • Monitor and maintain server uptime, perform necessary maintenance across countries
  • Performance tuning for databases and services (such as redis, memcached and elasticsearch)
  • Setup and configure monitoring systems to track system uptime and server access logs for any suspicious activities.

What we're looking for:

  • 3-5 years of relevant experience
  • A Computer Science / Computer Engineering degree or relevant experience in scaling distributed systems is preferred
  • Understand the principles of modern software development
  • Experience with distributed system design and analysis
  • Experience with AWS platform
  • Continuous Integration and Deployment experience utilizing Chef and GIT(Required).
  • Ability to use a wide variety of open source technologies and cloud services
  • Strong experience with SQL and MySQL
  • Strong English command and communication skills
  • Strong scripting skills (Powershell, Python, Bash, Ruby and/or Perl)