Employment Type
Full-time
Application Dates
Open
Closing
Opportunity Overview
Type
Internships
Salary
Competitive
Location
Singapore
Required Level of Study
Bachelor degree
Areas of Work
Engineering
Degrees Accepted
E Engineering, Maths, IT & Computer Sciences
Computer science & IT
Electrical and electronic engineering & related
Information science

Software Engineering (DevOps) Intern

Job Responsibilities

  • Manage, monitor and provision operations for development, testing, staging and production environment and infrastructure for web servers and services on premise and in the Cloud.

  • Analyse and improve efficiency, scalability, security, and stability of various system resources.

  • Monitor network traffics, early detection and fast reaction to unexpected suspicious situation.

  • Manage, monitor, troubleshoot and fix for potential network security vulnerability or incidents, implements intrusion detection/prevention and network traffic analysis based on the daily/weekly/monthly reports of IPS and Akamai WAF.

  • Document the operations of system processes, procedures, and configurations.

  • Manage the DevOps backlog of support tasks to ensure appropriate prioritization of work and timely resolution

Pre-Requisites

  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science or a related technical discipline.

  • Experienced in variety of DevOps tools in Amazon Cloud Services (AWS) and on premise

  • Experience with Windows & Linux infrastructures, CI/CD tools, scripting such as JavaScript, PHP, Python, Perl, Ruby, .NET, Scrum/Kanban/SAFe, Agile workflow methodologies.

  • Should have knowledge of environment involving load balancer, firewalls, webservers, application servers,

  • databases, routers/switches, IPS and Akamai WAF

  • Excellent in network topology/logic, and able to design, implement and support network security solutions

  • Docker and container scanning/security tools.

  • Able to work alone and proactive personality

  • Available to commit for a 6-month internship for optimal learning exposure