Release DBA 5325BR

£50,000 | Leeds | Permanent
Posted 1 year ago

SQL DBA - Release Engineer required for leading technology eservices company within a newly established team to provide fully automated build and deployment routines for development, non-production, and production environments

Reporting to the Database Administration Manager, the SQL Server DBA will work as part of a team of highly skilled database administrators/engineers within the DBA Release Support team to provide release support for our expanding development teams.
This support team is largely focused on managing a DB release up to live including performance analysis, assisting with development requests/queries, script reviews and suggesting improvements and monitoring a very large test estate on our private cloud.

The automation involved in this role is largely around private cloud, so existing knowledge of Hyper-V (essential) and Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) is an advantage. A strong understanding of SSDT and how to use DACPACs to compare schemas is appropriate for this role and a good understanding of T-SQL performance tuning techniques is an advantage, but not essential. Existing experience of using Octopus Deploy is also an advantage, but not essential.

For more information about this role, please contact:

David MacGregor
01423 878 651

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