Linux Quality Assurance Engineer
RightScale, Inc - Santa Barbara, CA

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Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

Handle QA testing related tasks while embedded in a engineering scrum team

Utilize scripting languages to develop regression test automation suites for server clusters in the cloud.

Verify virtual machine images on many different clouds and distributions to be published to RightScale's MultiCloud Marketplace.

Verify ServerTemplates/RightScripts/MultiCloudImages to be published the RightScale's MultiCloud Marketplace

Contribute to the knowledgebase, wiki and other RightScale resources to help build the best customer experience.

The ideal candidate has a Technical Background and Experience that includes:

Strong Linux debugging and troubleshooting skills.

Ability to diagnose and identify Linux system configuration problems.

Knowledge of distro specific package managers and how they are configured.

Experience with a source control management tool (preferably SVN or Git).

Basic understanding SQL command syntax and Database replication concepts.

The ideal candidate will be familiar with configuring NTP, iptables and apache.

1 - 3 years experience in at least one scripting language. (i.e. Bash, Perl, Ruby, python, etc)

Passion for Linux, cloud computing and deploying internet services

Excellent attention to detail

Experience with Linux system administration is a plus, but not required.

All candidates are expected to possess the following skill set:

Self-starting learner who thrives under pressure and enjoys success

Excellent communication skills and strong organizational skills

Dedication to individual development, challenging teamwork, and new technology

Flexibility in a dynamically growing/evolving company

RightScale is a great place to work and we are looking for only the best.

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