The Cloud Operations team at HomeAway is responsible for tools that empower our end users to self service cloud resources, designing and driving best practices for cloud infrastructure and providing recommendations to improve cloud architecture and optimize costs.
Manage a team responsible for tools to monitor and govern AWS cloud resources.
Define and implement the product roadmap for Health, Governance, and Cost Optimization of cloud services.
Working with engineering teams to ensure high availability and cost effective solutions.
Automating security controls to ensure the best security practices are followed and enforced.
Drive improvement through measurement and reporting of operational metrics
Required Experience and Key Skills :
Expert managing AWS services (EC2, Cloudtrail, IAM, Config, cloudwatch, S3, Lambda) via CLI and API within a multi account production environment.
Experience managing architecture, security, operations and governance on cloud technologies.
Ability to anticipate technology changes within a rapidly evolving environment
Hands on experience with Jenkins, Docker, Terraform.
Ability to simplify, solve and communicate complex problems.
Competitive health and insurance benefits
Annual target bonus or commission
Paid vacation and sick time
Vacation rental on a yearly basis (taxable benefit)
Employee Stock Purchase Program
Free snacks and beverages
Frequent company update talks with our leadership team
HomeAway has five offices in the Austin area with a 16-story global headquarters under construction at the Domain set to open in 2019.
11800 Domain Blvd, Austin, TX 78758
How would you describe the company’s work-life balance?
HomeAway has the best work-life balance out of any company I've worked for. Not only are you given plenty of vacation time, they actually encourage you to use it. Around here, we call it a "whole vacation" because you're supposed to enjoy your time away from work and return recharged.
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What projects are you most most excited about?
What are some things you learned at the company?
I've learned to always be flexible and always question all assumption to a logical conclusion.