We’re looking for a candidate to fill this position in an exciting company.
Plan, build and maintain Openshift Container platform on-premises and EKS on AWS Cloud.
Support the development of complex enterprise architectures for contain platform and architecture.
Exercise expertise and knowledge of architecture to benchmark with third party organizations to discipline overall container strategy.
Continue to expand knowledge of industry trends, applying that knowledge by evaluating fit to the organisation.
Creation Operating System that comply to CIS Standard level 1 and 2 via script and customise docker image to support various applications
Participate and assist managers in setting the long-term direction, roadmaps, and standards for container technical architecture
Developer and establish the architecture, standards and documentation for docker image, openshift container platform, container registry, EKS and ECR so that their deployment can be automated, including creation of SOP for EKS and Openshift Container Platform
Build and operate docker registry for EKS and Openshift Container Platform, automating all aspects of provision, monitoring, patching, etc. where possible
Keep up with Openshift container platform and Kubernetes development in market place
Ensure that security is embedded by design.
Creation of operation document and SOP for EKS and Openshift Container Platform
Qualification in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) or related discipline
Possess a challenger spirit and willing to learn in a dynamic environment
Customer focus and self-driven in engaging stakeholders
Good verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills
This programme is open only to Singaporeans
Some experience in Openshift Container Platform and Ansible scripting
Some experience in EKS and ECR
Some experience with Redhat Linux Enterprise, AWS Linux 2, YAML
Some experience with documentation of architecture and standards
Good to have: Certified in Openshift Container Platform and Certified in RHEL administrator