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Senior DevOps Engineer

Job description

For our customers and their problems you have to go into considerable depth and you therefore need technical knowledge. You are analytically strong, can maintain overview and are not afraid to learn every day.

As an employee at Solvinity you are not a number, but an essential part of a well-oiled machine. The team of engineers you are part of is praised by our customers; this is not only due to the informal and personal way in which we communicate with our customers, but also because of the technically high-quality solutions we provide.


This is you
You are an expert in Linux - but your knowledge of databases, ansible, docker and web servers and containers is also solid. The question is not whether you want to continue in engineering, but how you are going to do that. You will certainly develop your skillset further, because as a Solvineer you can do that

What does a Solvineer do?
An engineer's day at Solvinity is filled with challenging tasks like a nice mix of design and management. You work in a dedicated customer team of about ten people and you are responsible from start to finish for a set of customers with very diverse environments. You manage and configure customer environments from application servers to databases and ensure that everything runs smoothly. You help other engineers and at the same time learn from colleagues who know more about Azure, for example.

Many of our customers want to release, so we apply CI/CD and Micro Services Architectures based on containers. We take customers who are not yet that far in this area on the journey to DevOps, CI/CD, containers and (public) cloud technology.

Your growth

You run large projects, which are becoming complexer and that have more impact for customers. You develop by going in depth with customers, software suppliers and of course your colleagues. We keep you on your toes with current courses and training.


Wat verwachten we van jou?

  • You have at least 5+ years experience as an engineer in an Enterprise environment;
  • You have an HBO-WO thinking level;
  • You have experience with Kubernetes, Docker, Ansible and Puppet;
  • You are interested in developing CI/CD solutions and in security and network provision eg Palo Alto and F5;
  • You like to discuss technology, innovations and smart solutions with colleagues and customers;
  • You independently carry out (customer) projects and prepare technical documentation;
  • You also enjoy working within an agile team. Standups and retros are a way of life for you;
  • You are a result-oriented team player with integrity, expertise and a high dose of creativity

bout Solvinity

Solvinity develops innovative customer-oriented IT solutions and offers companies with high security requirements secure access to the private, public and hybrid cloud. Solvinity specialises in cloud services for managed hosting, analytics, workplace and security. Based on the principle 'secure and compliant by design', Solvinity is certified on the basis of international and national standards such as ISO 27001, ISO 14001, ISO 9001, ISAE 3402 type II, SOC 2 and NEN 7510. Every year the company participates in the Giarte Outsourcing Performance research and has scored above 90% for years. Solvinity works for central and local governments, TNO, Trans Link Systems (OV chip card), ING Bank, Nationale Nederlanden, Rabobank, Ahold and ICS Cards, among others. The annual turnover amounted to 46.8 million euros in 2018. There are over 300 employees in the Netherlands. For more information, visit or follow Solvinity on Twitter and LinkedIn

How can we get in touch?

Are we a match? Would you like to convince us that we are? Then please call our Recruitment Specialist Kees Heerschap on +31 (0)20 364 3600.

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