Location: The Colony, TX Description: Our client is currently seeking a IoT Engineer in the Dallas, TX area! This job will have the following responsibilities:
- This is a Developer role Looking for someone who is DevOps Capable Someone who understands DevOps - Can take the ownership of certain aspects DevOps Team This is a small environment CI/CD understanding - don't need to design CI/CD pipeline, Microservice environment Some Linux & Docker is needed Hands on Containerization Will be working with Microservices & IoT like infrastructure physical Devices Capability understanding basic Networking principles Docker is a MUST have We don't need a Docker Guru Senior Level resource - mid level person won't work Golang Docker NetworkingPerson is expected to produce code Need someone who is Hands on Engineer Need a strong coder 5 years of relevant exp is good Junior resource is not acceptable Attractive Job FeaturesSmall Team Operating as Startup within Enterprise:Modern golang and Docker technology stacksOperating a logically isolated lab environmentSelf-Managed DevOps pipelines and deployment environmentsFreedom to select the technologies best suited to our problem spaceLimited technical debtRole engages in device automation, security, and networkingRoles and ResponsibilitiesYour primary role will be researching and coding the integration of physical components representing a vehicle configuration. Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery will require unit test and integration test automation. Certain aspects of configuration are persisted in both MQTT and a MySQL transactional store. Team grooming, knowledge sharing, and mentoring is expected for this role. Be prepared to engage with engineers learning golang and being brought up to speed on standard CI/CD best practices. Team communication, engagement, and a willingness to both provide and receive feedback and constructive criticism is a must. Our team is practicing Kanban, but certain aspects of Scrum including retrospectives, daily standup, and backlog grooming sessions are held. There will be opportunities to contribute on schema design, architecture, technology selection, and project planning.Current Technology DirectionKubernetes-native, event-driven, application with ephemeral execution to dynamically tie together persistent physical harnesscomponents into software defined networks. Data to be collected and shipped time-indexed to an enterprise search engine storingapplication logs alongside raw data including IP traffic and vehicle-domain multiplex communication content.Supporting components, such as UIs and tools, will be created as web applications and services and likely deployed to a public cloud.