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Our team of engineers innovate, automate, drive process and service improvements and manage highly available systems that power Amazon fulfillment network worldwide. Can you tell us about a technical hurdle that you worked on solving? Candidates having 2+ years of relevant experience can apply. They understand what it takes to work in a startup environment and have the zeal to establish a culture of infrastructure awareness and transparency across teams and products.
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I started working as a software development engineer and slowly transitioned into DevOps as I found it very challenging. My hard work and passion for learning new technologies and automation has had a major impact on my career. My responsibility is to make sure that the product is deployed, its infrastructure and APIs are monitored and secure. When I work on any project, I try to find all the tasks that can be automated. Monitoring is also a key aspect as you want to get the alert about space usage on a server or CPU usage before the client sees any issue with the product. What do you like best about your current role? In my current role I get to do all of this on serverless technologies. Serverless computing is a cloud computing execution model. This still involves a lot of servers in the background. Serverless is very complex to build and automating the scaling of our infrastructure to support it is very challenging. Another key aspect of my role is communication. We have to understand the requirements in detail from the development team and build the system. Another aspect that is very important is to tie it up together with Quality Engineering, so that we have confidence in what we deliver. Can you tell us about a technical hurdle that you worked on solving? One of the biggest challenges for deployment was the graceful scale down of OpenWhisk components. When we scale up and add a lot of servers, they automatically become part of the serverless cluster. Actions get distributed amongst these servers. When we scale in to bring some servers down, we want to ensure that the actions are not killed or lost. For scale down we had to switch to a standby stack, which is not a good practice. One of the major requirements of a successful serverless architecture is scaling. After building the correct logic for scaling we all felt very accomplished. What do you wish you knew when you started out? As DevOps we deal with production, which is very critical for our business. I always consider production as my baby that I need to protect. In any situation, I have to think many times about the impact. Test on sandbox, dev, stage before pushing to production. A key aspect of automation is that you need to follow the same process at each step. So, thinking twice before executing anything helps a lot. I have two kids and we all enjoy skiing, hiking, and water sports. I really enjoy outdoor sports like badminton and volleyball. Taking care of kids has made me very organized and responsible. This skill really helps me to be organized at my work too.