I've been called many things over my career, most of them polite - more recently the work to build CI/CD pipelines has been termed "Platform Engineer" or "Platform Engineering". The risk of such a title is that you get typecast into the role of an engineer who develops platforms for use by Developers and doesn't necessarily include any of the Ops bit of DevOps.
In my experience, however, the roles have involved a great deal of Operations Discipline work such as designing Major Incident Management Processes, Alerting, and Monitoring solutions.
In the role it "feels" like it has a lot in common with Site Reliability Engineering, in that both roles are engineering roles somehow set apart from software engineering they seem to have a similar Google Trends Pattern though:
Is there a canonical definition of a Platform Engineer or is it like SRE simply an implementation of a DevOps capability within an organisation?