Linux Platform Developer

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Job Description:

As a member of the Linux Hosting Platform team, you will be key in maintaining current and new hosting and email platform architecture, working on major software and hardware project initiatives and assisting in new technology, vendor, customer environment evaluations, audits and migrations.


  • Build and maintain new platform system infrastructure
  • Provide support for large server environment maintaining system standardization, security, software, and performance
  • Development of support and system tools to help automate administration and support tasks
  • Regularly determining new ways of improving existing environment discovering ways to implement new technology into existing infrastructure


  • Proficient in various flavours of Linux
  • Scripting languages; Shell scripts/Perl/php/python/lua etc
  • In-depth knowledge of Linux, Apache/Nginx and SAN/NAS, databases, network and security
  • Java and/or C/C++ programming skills preferred
  • Experiences in cloud/virtualization, big-data and SOA is a plus

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