Founded in 2015, IP Fabric develops network infrastructure visibility and analytics solution to help enterprise network and security teams with network assurance and automation across multidomain heterogenous environments.
From in-depth discovery, through graph visualization, to packet walks and complete network history, IP Fabric enables to confidently replace manual tasks necessary to handle growing network complexity driven by relentless digital transformation.
IP Fabric platform in numbers:
30 vendors families supported
Helping to build, maintain and troubleshoot infrastructure and services running Linux and containers, various network emulators and appliances, CI/CD pipelines on bare-metal and in public/private clouds.
PoC-ing new technologies and solutions, documenting and transferring the knowledge.
Providing smooth operation by creating tools, automating, integrating and ensuring proper monitoring of all components.
Ensuring safety and security of the infrastructure and services.
Working with software developers and software engineers to make sure that development follows established processes and works as intended.
Participating in team code reviews.
Assisting with customer support for system parts of the platform.
Computer science education or equivalent experience.
Experience owning a project from concept to production, including proposal, discussion, and execution.
Ability to work single-handed as well as in a team.
Proficiency in written and verbal communication in English, ability to entertain technical discussions and convey complex topics.
Strong problem-solving skills with attention to detail and ability to take (calculated) risks.
Advanced knowledge of GNU/Linux environments, advanced troubleshooting skills of complex infrastructure issues
Advanced bash scripting and mid-to-high level programming/scripting experience (e.g., Python, Ruby, Go, C or other languages)
Proficiency with git or other version management systems
Experience with configuration management systems (e.g. Puppet, Salt, Chef, Ansible, etc.
Mid-level networking skills (802.3, 802.11; IP addressing and routing principles, virtual network resources – VLANs/VXLANs, WireGuard, MPLS, …)
The Following Is Considered a Plus
Advanced knowledge of NGINX
Experience with public cloud infrastructure (AWS, Azure, GCP, ...)
Knowledge of administration of virtualization platforms (VMware, Hyper-V, Openstack, ...)
Knowledge of CI/CD tools (Jenkins, drone, various pipeline providers, …) and container orchestration tools (e.g. Docker, Kubernetes, Nomad, ...)
Dynamic network routing (OSPF, BGP, ...)
Tools We Are Currently Using (Or Deploying)
Direct line-of-sight to fruits of your work in small-ish company
Remote-friendly environment but offering great offices in the center of Prague.
Flat hierarchy, direct and open communication culture
Challenging tasks in a dynamic international environment
Freedom to use equipment of your choice
Regular team and company events
Other common corporate bonuses, including 5 weeks of vacation and sick days.