The NOC Engineer plays a critical role in making the internal state infrastructure and services visible to stakeholders for troubleshooting, performance analysis, capacity planning, and reporting. A NOC engineer develops platforms and tooling to enable developers and operators to efficiently trace performance problems to their source, and to map their application performance to business objective.
Attention to detail is important as identifying trends in our monitoring tools and reporting allows the team to remain proactive. This position requires an uptime-focused, technical team member. This team member must have a good understanding of the relationships between infrastructure and application, and the ability to analyze technical issues in all layers of our environment.
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