Catawiki was founded in 2008. It was originally designed as a website where collectors could manage and keep track of their collections online. Visitors can still add new items to the existing catalogue of collectibles. Unsurprisingly, the name Catawiki is a combination of the words ‘catalogue’ and ‘wiki’. In 2011, Catawiki began hosting weekly auctions in various categories, including art, antiques, classic cars, watches, jewellery, fashion, books, and stamps.
With your expertise in software and systems engineering, you will be responsible for Catawiki Platform reliability and automation by:
Here’s Dmitrii, our Team Lead
“Hi! I am Dmitriy! I have been working for Catawiki for the third year, and I never stop being surprised that Catawiki constantly challenges our team to help businesses grow faster. Site Reliability is a young but solid team with open and passionate members. Together with the other developers, we’ve been on an exceptional journey scaling Catawiki Platform from just a few servers managed manually to a dozen Kubernetes clusters running in the Cloud powering tens of microservices. Cloud-Native technologies and automation are just a couple things that we employ on every step to take us further down the line with the greatest efficiency. We are proud of all projects we have completed and look forward to new people joining our team. “
As a part of a team of professionals (software/systems/data/test engineers and product/project managers) within a functional area, you’ll be making sure scalability and reliability aspects are built-in and being delivered on all steps of the development lifecycle, ensuring smooth operations.
A little bit about you
You measure everything, implement gradual changes, and accept failure as normal. By sharing ownership with developers and using the same tools you reduce organisational silos.
You leverage tooling and automation, effectively solve and communicate problems.
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