DevOps at Pagely builds and maintains the infrastructure powering our Managed WordPress Hosting Platform. Providing continuous coverage across 3 shifts, and backed by an international team of talented DevOps Engineers, we help our customers sleep more soundly knowing their sites are in good hands. Using many of the available services on Amazon Web Services, languages such as PHP, Lua, and Python, and tools like Ansible and Terraform, we're always working to improve an already-great platform that many global brands and companies consider to be the only viable home for their mission-critical web properties.
Being a DevOps Engineer at Pagely is not just a glorified sysadmin gig. We empower each member of the team to take on recurring problems and solve them instead of settling for the status quo. Responsibilities rotate between handling incoming alerts, fielding the more complex support tickets for our clients, and working on various projects to improve efficiency, monitoring, performance, and features.
The ideal candidate is someone who feels at home in an SSH terminal or with an API, but also enjoys interacting directly with customers via our online helpdesk and over Slack. Contributing to and refining our documentation is a routine part of our processes. As a remote team, we are brought together by tools and automation that help us all collaborate with one another as we solve challenging problems for customers.
Naturally, working with WordPress is a major part of the job, but there are many underlying technologies and supporting systems you'll gain experience with as part of your day-to-day work. Experience with Ubuntu Linux, NGINX, PHP-FPM, Redis, MySQL, Apache, ElasticSearch, Jenkins, InfluxDB — just to name a few — will give you an advantage in getting up to speed. But, we're a team with diverse talents. If you aren't super familiar with everything listed here, that's okay too.
We are currently seeking to increase coverage for the US Swing Shift Hours of 2PM-10PM MST M-F.