DevOps Engineer/ SRE

Danville, CA


Trov is the world’s leading On-Demand Insurance platform, intelligently protecting anything, anytime, anywhere. We’re on a mission to protect the people and items pushing the boundaries of life, technology, and business.

We are looking for a full-time DevOps engineer to develop and grow our multi-cloud infrastructure. You will play a central role in designing and operating high availability environments that enable fast paced development and deployments. We are looking for passionate and creative candidates who approach their craft in a systematic and disciplined fashion while continually seeking out new and creative approaches to improving our environment.

Your main responsibilities will include:

The role requires you to build and support all cloud-based systems including, but not limited to, Windows and Linux based servers, networking, and security groups. You will assist our application engineers and automation experts as they design and develop infrastructure to improve resiliency, security, and data availability.

  • Design, implement, and maintain our secure, scalable, and available infrastructure.
  • Automate network and application infrastructure using configuration management  frameworks.
  • Design and implement innovations that improve software engineering velocity, infrastructure resiliency, security, and data availability.
  • Create and manage the continuous build and deployment systems.
  • Unify logging and exception framework to allow for faster bug diagnosis.
  • Work closely with developers and system administrators to debug application issues by evaluating application logs, stack traces, and system metrics.
  • Ensure availability of all systems to meet our internal and external SLA's.
  • Respond to outages with a timely and efficient resolution and participate in On-Call availability team in support of a 24x7 global production environment.

You have/are:

  • Strong code/scripting skills (C#/Java, Python, PowerShell, Bash, Ruby, etc)
  • Linux, OSX, and Windows operating systems
  • Systems architecture experience building production grade highly available deployments.
  • Experience working in a cloud environment – AWS, Azure
  • Versed in internet architectures including web, application, and database components such as IIS, MySQL, and MongoDB
  • Experience with continuous integration servers (preferably Jenkins) automation/configuration management using Chef, Puppet, Ansible or an equivalent and
  • Source Control systems (preferably git)
  • Strong problem solving and analytical skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects, priorities and deadlines unsupervised.
  • Combination of education, training, and experience preferred.

What we offer:


Paid medical benefits for you and your family

Competitive salary and equity

The latest tech and tools to get the job done your way

Flexible and remote working when needed

Unlimited PTO policy, paid holidays, and your birthday off 


Other Details:

This is a full-time position in our Danville, CA office.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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