Cloud and Elastic Stack Engineer

Job Description

  • Building and Managing an Elastic Stack implementation (Cloud based and on-


  • Collaborating with engineering and development teams to evaluate and identify

    optimal cloud solutions

  • Modifying and improving existing systems

  • Educating teams on the implementation of new cloud technologies and initiatives Job brief

  • We are looking for a Cloud and Elastic Stack Engineer to join our team and work with our engineering team to optimize, implement, and maintain our organization’s cloud-based systems.

  • A Cloud Engineer’s responsibilities include deploying and debugging Elastic systems, as well as executing new cloud initiatives.

  • Ultimately, you will work with different IT professionals and teams to ensure our cloud computing systems meet the needs of our organization and customers.

Job Responsibilities

  • Design, build and manage Elastic Cloud deployments

  • Design, develop, and deploy modular cloud-based systems and Manage Cloud based systems like Elastic Stack

  • Develop and maintain cloud solutions in accordance with best practices

  • Ensure efficient functioning of data storage and process functions in accordance with company security policies and best practices in cloud security

  • Identify, analyze, and resolve infrastructure vulnerabilities and application deployment issues

  • Regularly review existing systems and make recommendations for improvements

  • Interact with clients, provide cloud support, and make recommendations based on client needs

  • Designing, building and managing highly secure, scalable and available architectures

  • Configuring cloud infrastructure components like networking and security services

  • Creating the applications and databases that perform on the cloud

  • Monitoring cloud management and data storage services

  • Negotiating with vendors on issues such as cost-control, scalability, etc.

  • Identifying and defining a new process and/or system improvement opportunities.

  • Evaluating and recommending emerging technologies

Job Requirements

  • 3-5 years of experience required.

  • Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related field.

  • You have prior experience as a Cloud Engineer

  • Proficiency with any public cloud (Azure/AWS/GCP) services and Elastic Stack infrastructure.

  • Experience with configuration management tools (Ansible, Puppet/Chef)

  • Experience in Automating Infrastructure deployment

  • Experience with DevOps & ITIL

  • Strong familiarity with systems engineering, cluster computing and programming theory

  • Excellent knowledge and experience with object-oriented programming

  • Ability to code to implement essential security measures

  • You have good problem-solving skills and attention to detail.

  • Troubleshooting and analytical skills

  • Strong communication and collaboration skills

  • Client management skills to discuss systems as needed

  • Relevant training and/or certifications as a Cloud Engineer


Interview Process

2 technical rounds

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Job Type

Full time contract



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