Anyone interested in digital (banking) understands why ING is transforming and working hard towards an IT company having it’s own unique Top Engineering culture. And of course we are not a FinTech start-up and we don’t have the image of a social media dominator like Facebook and we’re not an awesome state of the art car producer like Tesla. But…
We are working hard to stay ahead in being a financial innovator offering the best possible solutions and services to millions of appreciated clients all over the globe.
Therefore we are looking for a Dev/Ops Engineer in network and network security telling us what we should do better and how to keep offering the best services to both our business and private customers.
Get an impression here: https://youtu.be/-QknLYEdfyI
Your working environment: ING Private Cloud (IPC)
ING's Private Cloud is one of the main projects contributing to the Think Forward Strategy. It’s the first step toward helping ING produce the same products and services throughout the entire world. The Private Cloud is set up to simplify and streamline current processes, first by simplifying the infrastructure landscape through standardization. It is also to improve and encourage ING performance culture by creating a highly engaged workforce that embraces the new technology capabilities.
What’s a DevOps Engineer Networking/Network Security within ING?
The ING Private Cloud offering is based on VMware solutions. Key for the stability is the physical and virtual networks environment in which we automate changes and extensions. Second enabler is self-service solutions, specially developed for our customers, being domain and micro -segmentation which is delivered by virtual firewalling solutions. You are responsible for the availability and further refinement of the services of your squad. You identify and analyse problems fastly and securely and take the lead in solving incidents. You’re inspired by innovating and continuously strive to improve the solution, yourself and your colleagues in the DevOps way of working.
Your “backpack” should contain:
Your education and background