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The Red Hat OpenShift Online Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) team is looking for a Principal Service Reliability Engineer to join our newly formed team in Boston, MA. In this role, you will play a key role within the team, as you’ll be responsible for keeping the Red Hat OpenShift Platform environment available and secure while providing guidance and mentoring support to your team. Along with the rest of your team, you will interact with other SREs and product engineering associates around the world to deliver large, containerized cluster environments. You'll be responsible for provisioning, upgrades, problem detection and automated recovery scenarios, incident management, and understanding complicated, interconnected data points to resolve faults when issues arise. As a Principal Service Reliability Engineer, you’ll need to be able to work in a complicated and fast-paced environment while quickly learning new skills and creating ways to consistently meet service-level agreements (SLAs) and keep a globally-distributed, cloud-based, containerized service running for our customers.
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