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The Red Hat OpenShift Service Delivery team is looking for a Principal Site Reliability Engineer to join us. In this role, you will work as part of a team that hosts, develops, and supports the OpenShift project on the Azure cloud. This is a new partnership between Microsoft and Red Hat, and you can be part of defining how it moves forward. You'll be a key member of our OpenShift by Red Hat team, focusing on standardization of containers, which will include work around Red Hat Container Catalog, Kubernetes, and OpenShift by Red Hat environment. You’ll need to be able to work in a fast-paced and sometimes chaotic environment with the goal of making our end users and customers more effective with every release. As a Principal Site Reliability Engineer, you will be also part developer. You won't just be mitigating Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs), you'll be expected to contribute meaningfully to the code. Candidates from San Francisco, CA and the West Coast will be considered. Successful applicants must reside in a state where Red Hat is registered to do business.
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