Find the right DevOps Engineer for your organisation

The demand for employees with DevOps (Development and IT Operations) expertise has increased rapidly in recent years. The process improvement approach has the goal to increase the efficiency of a company with software development and administration focused measures. The advantage of such an approach is the 30 times faster delivery of code and reduction of deployment errors, according to a "State of DevOps" report from 2017. In order for this approach to find its way into your company, DevOps Engineers are needed to drive the implementation of this mindset. We at PALTRON have specialized in the search for DevOps experts. With the help of our network of over 450,000 digital and IT experts, we present you with the perfect candidate within 30 days.

How DevOps Engineers can help your business grow

There is no formal career path to become a DevOps Engineer. Most future DevOps engineers are either developers interested in deployment and networking, or system administrators with a passion for scripting and coding. These are people who have evolved beyond their pre-defined competencies and have a holistic view of their technical environment. Kelsey Hightower, Head of Operations at Puppet Labs, describes DevOps Engineers as persons with in-depth knowledge and years of hands-on experience. They combine the skills of a business analyst with technical skills to find a solution.

The tasks of a DevOps Engineer include creating software releases and testing the new code. As an automation expert, he uses tools that automate the development, testing and integration of software releases and fixes. As a release manager, he is responsible for releasing new functions throughout the company and ensuring the stability of these versions. As the person responsible for the security, he continuously monitors the condition and security of the product or system.

He uses various tools and technologies, such as containers, to perform these tasks. These software packages are based on virtual isolation to run applications on a common operating system. With the help of containers, it is possible to switch code from development through testing and deployment to production without taking into account changes in the underlying infrastructure. Common tools include Docker, Microsoft Hyper V, and Windows Server containers. Orchestration tools such as Kubernetes help automate, provision, scale, and maintain containers. In addition, configuration management systems such as Puppet and Chef can be used, which support the provisioning of servers and the configuration of software, middleware and infrastructure. Monitoring tools such as Nagios are also used to monitor the performance and security of code releases across systems, networks and infrastructures.

So that you too can benefit from the advantages of the DevOps approach, we support you in your search for DevOps Engineers of all career levels. With the help of our multi-stage recruiting process, we are able to present you with initial candidate profiles after an average of 30 days.

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Josef Günthner

Josef Günthner

Co-founder & Managing Director

contact@paltron.com

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Daniel Wernicke

Daniel Wernicke

Managing Director

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+49 (0) 40 180 241 180

Verena Netscher

Verena Netscher

Director

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+49 (0) 40 180 241 180

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