The Sovereign Cloud Stack (SCS) Project is aiming to define a complete, modular, secure, open-source software stack covering software-defined storage and networking, operations tooling for automated deployment, logging, monitoring, alerting, trending, identity and authorization management, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service layer, as well as Container(Platform)-as-a-Service layer. The latter should allow users (development teams) to create and control their own kubernetes cluster through standardized APIs and should deliver standard building blocks used to construct and manage container applications. The thus defined stack fulfills high security standards and comes with tooling and documentation that reduces the amount of specialized expertise required to run complex cloud and container infrastructure.
The project is contributing to the GAIA-X effort, enhancing GAIA-X with an implementation that node-providers can leverage as a whole or in parts to deliver federated sovereign infrastructure, underpinning a sovereign data ecosystem. The project is driven by a small team in the OSB Alliance with funding from the German Ministry for Economy and Energy (BMWi). This job offering is for hiring into this team. In addition to this team there are numerous engineers from various companies contributing to the project -- some of them paid through the project funding, some of them because their employer is interested in making this project successful.
The SCS Project is looking for a Knowledge Management Engineer. We aim to fill this position by Mar 1, 2021. We have secured funding until the end of Aug, 2024 but have ideas how we can sustain the project along with key roles beyond 2024.
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