DevOps for Continuous Integration Systems - Internship

Job description

Arturia is a leading developer of music software and hardware for both pro and amateur musicians around the world. Our strength and success come from our dedication to music and inspiring the people who make it.

This is all possible thanks to our amazing team. Arturians are forward-thinking, smart, creative, and dedicated. Since the company was founded in 1999, our strategy and operational R&D culture have made us trailblazers in the industry. Creating music gear is just part of our story. We also develop strategic alliances with top innovators and research centers, improving and expanding the creative experiences of our customers around the world.

Arturia’s dynamic culture is fueled by a common passion for music, straightforward and transparent communication, the sharing of information, and the celebration of success!

Internship description:

As Arturia's growth have been quite fast in the past years, we need to migrate our Continuous Integration system on a more sophisticated and scalable architecture.

First, the intern will need to understand the current CI system, analyze its pros and cons in order to propose a new architecture which will be more flexible and scalable.

With the help of the System and IT teams, the intern will implement a usable staging environment using technologies as Docker, Jenkins and other deployment tools such as Ansible or Chef.


  • Computer engineering student
  • Good knowledge of the Python language
  • Good knowledge of Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems
  • Experience with Git would be a plus
  • Experience with Docker, Jenkins would be a plus


  • 6 months duration


Grenoble (Montbonnot-Saint-Martin), accessible by public transportation.

If you are willing to join passionate teams and a growing international company in the music industry, send us your resume and cover letter, specifying the internship for which you apply.

Job requirements

Please note that only applications from students registered in EU universities/schools will be considered, and that no remote work is foreseen.