🌎 Berlin, Deutschland
45000 85000 YEAR EUR
💰 EUR 45K - 85K / year

With its business applications, IONOS is one of the leading hosting and cloud applications providers in Europe. With our state-of-the-art technologies, we convince more than 8 million customers in many different countries every day.

Your Tasks

The IONOS Database as a Service team is seeking a highly motivated and experienced software engineer.

The DBaaS team focuses on developing and maintaining database services for customers, whether it’s relational databases like Postgres, document-based, key-value stores, time series databases or other NoSQL offerings. For our customers, the database is often the reliable center of their architecture, providing data persistence, consistency and structure - the solid rock on which to build their applications.

Our teams are responsible for the entire lifecycle of the service: we build it, we ship it, we run it. We are looking for someone to join our team and work with us on providing the best product possible.

  • Programming in Go and other languages.
  • Collaborating with an agile and self-motivated team of peers.
  • Solving interesting problems in a dynamic cloud environment.
  • Supporting the operations and management of distributed systems.
  • Continuously improving our build, test and deployment automation.
  • Continuously improving the quality and resilience of our services. 

We appreciate

  • Experience developing, testing and deploying well-engineered code, preferably in Go.
  • Constructive contributions to design and architecture discussions.
  • Experience in working with cloud environments.
  • Experience with Kubernetes container orchestration and helm charts.
  • Experience building Kubernetes operators, controllers and CRDs.
  • Experience operating and troubleshooting production environments.
  • Experience with at least two database types such as relational, timeseries, key-value, full-text search, persistent message queues or document-based databases.
  • Familiarity with the concepts and use-cases of the remaining types of databases.
  • Experience with the Linux operating system.
  • Experience with network fundamentals. 

Does this job really require Go skills? If not, please report it and we will take a look.