$128.556K - 231.432K a year
Ready to simplify adoption of Kubernetes? So are we, with Tanzu Kubernetes! Come join the VMware APJ Professional Services Engineering Team to enable customers succeed on their pilot-to-production journey and empower them run and manage production-ready Kubernetes. To learn more about VMware's vision in this space, watch this video.
You are a seasoned current or former field engineering practitioner, or platform SRE, bringing in-depth technical expertise in Kubernetes platforms. You are hands-on with deploying and running Kubernetes in Production and onboarding highly distributed and scalable stateful and stateless applications on Kubernetes. You have worked long enough with Kubernetes to realize that though customers are keen to embrace Kubernetes, they struggle. You now want to be the technical solution architect who is passionate about helping customers succeed with Kubernetes, Pilot to Production.
The Platform Services Engineering team of which you will be a part of is a compact, niche APJ level Professional Services team which works across the pre-sales and post-sales continuum. This team will spend half of its time tactically solutioning and in conversation with key executives at must win / must retain customers in coloration with Software and Services Sales teams. Remaining time is spent on proactively to test and incubate “latest solutions”, and to enable internal delivery teams to use them. The team also supports the delivery team during the execution of critical engagements. This team provides thought leadership in Kubernetes Platform adoption to both internal and customer stakeholders.
During pre-sales, the Kubernetes Platform Architect – Platform Services Engineering will collaborate with the software sales and services sales teams. You are expected to be the Kubernetes expert in the room who can translate ambiguous business or technical objectives into services solutions which deliver tangible outcomes for the customer. You will be responsible for shaping the requirements for platform services, and for scoping the services solution related to running, managing, and observing the Kubernetes Platform. You will also lead application onboarding discovery workshop for the target ready-for-deployment applications identified for onboarding on the Tanzu Kubernetes platform, based on which you will determine the application onboarding service scope.
Post-sale, you will support the services delivery team on need basis for critical and/or complex engagements. Typical areas where your support may be needed include leading design workshop, application onboarding on to Tanzu Kubernetes, and leading the production readiness heath check of the Kubernetes platform.
Remote in Europe
€80K - 120K a year
We are looking to hire remote principal engineers as individual contributors to design, develop, test, deploy, maintain, and improve Humanitec. You should have significant professional experience in building highly scalable distributed systems. CS degree and experience in dev productivity tools are a plus. Languages: predominantly Go. Everything is on Kubernetes. We pay top 5% in the market, stocks are part of the package. Work is fully remote and we work exclusively with senior engineers in small, lean, and self-organized teams. We currently prefer time-zones UTC-1 to UTC+3.
We are pioneering a new category of tooling called “Internal Developer Platforms”. Built for some time in companies such as Spotify, Github, Airbnb, and others, we are providing the fastest way for teams to build their own Internal Developer Platforms. Internal Developer Platforms provide a developer experience as simple as Heroku but on top of the tech and tools the team uses already. They allow ops teams to stay in control while enabling developers to self-serve the tech they need. Do you want to spin up an environment to do some quick testing? No problem! Need to clone Production to troubleshoot an issue without risking more problems? Easy! Need to stand up a new database for your service but ops is busy? Piece of cake! We serve customers from startups to unicorns.
The majority of our company are engineers. Our management team is made up of Ex-Google, Ex-Mckinsey, and serial entrepreneurs. We are backed and advised by experts such as Sohaib Abbasi (Oracle, Redhat, New Relic), Mirko Novakovic (Instana, IBM), Jason Warner (Github, Microsoft), and Chris Schagen (Contentful). We are well on track for our Series A at the beginning of 2022.
We're looking for people who could land a job at the likes of Google, Amazon, or Microsoft - but prefer the excitement, challenge, and daring of being part of a disruptive startup. We focus on your talents and personality - your background, origin, or gender will never make a difference to us.
Remote in the US
$130K - 150K a year
Tanzle is an information infrastructure company that has assembled key innovative technological advances which address the imperatives of the next generation data analysis and visualization needs. We look at the perceptual and cognitive aspects of how people see data in order to make the most sense of it.
Must-have skills: Kubernetes, Terraform, AWS Nice to have skills: Security engineering, Network engineering
Fully remote is great, with a post-pandemic expectation of occasional travel to the California Bay Area for major company events or team building activities once everyone involved feels that's safe.
$108K - 168K a year
DataTech engineers are Grab's go-to resident experts who design, build, and run mission critical code, pipelines and infrastructure that extract, process and prepare every piece of data generated or consumed by Grab's systems.
We are a diverse team of site reliability, data, machine learning, and software engineers that work to solve all kinds of data related problems faced by teams from all corners of Grab as well as act as a bridge that ties everyone together through data. As data in Grab never stops growing, this team also never stops, learning, innovating and expanding so that we can bring in or build the latest and best tools, technology to ensure the company's continued success.
We are looking for an engineer who would be interested in architecting, deploying, and running some of the biggest data platforms in SouthEast Asia. An engineer in this role would build on lakes that are petabyte scale, inflight data that is terabyte scale, and distributed systems that routinely serve tens of thousands of queries every second with tight SLAs.
In this role, you get the opportunity to be part of a team that designs, builds and runs the mission-critical code, pipelines and infrastructure that extract, process and prepare every piece of data generated or consumed by Grab's systems.
If you're a technical craftsman keen on empowering our consumers, businesses, and Grabbers to make the best decisions with trusted, reliable data platforms, algorithms, and models, this might just be the place for you!
Grab is more than just the leading ride-hailing and mobile payments platform in Southeast Asia. We use data and technology to improve everything from transportation to payments and financial services across a region of more than 620 million people. We work with governments, drivers, passengers, merchants, and the community, to solve critical problems in Southeast Asia.
Grab began as a taxi-hailing app in 2012, but we have since extended our product platform to include GrabCar, GrabShare, GrabBike, GrabHitch, GrabExpress, GrabFood, GrabCoach, GrabShuttle, GrabCycle. We recently launched our fintech platform – GrabFinancial, which consists of payments, lending and insurance. Our latest addition is GrabVentures, an in-house incubation platform. We are focused on pioneering new commuting and payment alternatives for drivers and passengers with an emphasis on convenience, safety, and reliability. Currently, we offer services in 8 countries. Our R&D offices are in Singapore, Seattle, Beijing, Bangalore, Jakarta and Vietnam. We aspire to unlock the true potential of Southeast Asia and look for like-minded individuals to join us on this ride.
$150K - 175K a year
We want to bring an empathetic and collaborative engineer into one of our teams that focuses on a blend of open source and commercial code. We are building a product that enables organizations to operate with a GitOps mindset.
This needs someone who is comfortable navigating sometimes unclear scenarios and is proactive in wanting to help figure things out.
You will be helping to develop and maintain tools and products which make using cloud-managed and on-premise Kubernetes installations easy.
$60K - 140K a year
We are building the world's premier Operational Intelligence platform for Blockchain. We strive to develop our systems by observing the best practices of our craft; this means writing testable, performant, easy to maintain and constantly improving code, while enabling our company to iterate our product fast and stay ahead.
These are the early days of our platform, and as a Senior Backend Engineer you will be able to contribute, influence and take ownership in significant parts of our systems. Our goal is to build a very high performance platform, capable of analyzing thousands of transactions across multiple blockchain networks in real-time.
If you are a Senior Software Engineer, with a solid understanding of distributed systems, passion for your work and would love to work with a geographically distributed team, join us!
*Please note: Our Engineering team is predominantly based in Europe. This position is currently open to those resident and currently able to work in the European Economic Area (EU, Norway, Liechtenstein), Switzerland, the UK as well the eastern United States/Canada (UTC-4/UTC-5 timezone)*
Metrika Inc. is an Equal Opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered without regard for race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or religion._
You will need:
You'll probably be a great fit if you have:
US$36K - 48K a year
We are currently looking for a versatile and enthusiastic Cloud Operations Engineer, someone who can manage multi-cloud workloads, build robust infrastructure automation, as well as troubleshoot blockchain protocol issues of any complexity.
€70K - 90K a year
We are Thinksurance – one of the leading German InsurTechs on our way to becoming an international player. We are orchestrating our digital platform development with Go/Node.js (Express.js, NestJS) based on microservices architecture on AWS cloud. We keep our lovely data in MySQL, MongoDB, and Redis as key-value storage. Our front-ends are built as micro-frontends using TypeScript, React, and Carbon design systems. We remain open to new technologies and try to improve our DevOps workflows by automating our infrastructure using Terraform, Kubernetes, Docker, and our applications deploy and operation using GitLab CI/CD.
We are seeking an experienced, open-minded, and well-organized Lead Go Developer to join our agile Tech team.
What you bring to the party:
What would be nice to have on top:
We look for personalities that want to leave a footprint in the insurance industry with us. Talents, whose imagination knows no limits and who can scale processes, structures, and ideas without problems. Thinking big, leading courageously, and a passion for the concerns of our partners are daily business for us. Besides our benefits, we especially offer one thing: a professional home, in which we stick together like a family, and in which every day is a little bit like day one. So: Do you want to create the digital future of the insurance industry with us? Then apply now and become part of the Thinksurance family!
Remote (USA only)
$150K - 200K a year
Bestow is the leading digital platform for life insurance. As both a direct-to-consumer destination and an infrastructure provider, Bestow is on a mission to make life insurance accessible to millions of underserved families.
We ideate fast, embrace change, and take risks. As a rapidly growing tech startup, we look for the best talent out there and try to stay out of their way. From scaling our business model to expanding our offerings, the day-to-day at Bestow offers endless professional growth opportunities. The people who succeed here look for problems and solutions. They are both passionate about their ideas and open to having their mind changed.
In the end, we value the same things our customers do: family. So we strive for work-life balance and believe happy employees make for better experiences and happier customers. It's a model that helped us land the 2 spot on Forbes' Best Startup Employers 2021 list. Boom!
As a Senior Site Reliability Engineer, you will automate cloud resources, implement developer tooling, and make changes to our products to increase their manageability.
You should be able to define technical design and implement work independently.
You should have prior experience with systems administration and cloud service automation.
Bestow engineers are great teammates. You will be spending half of your time embedded with a product team. We do this so that you can get to know the specific needs of our product teams and ensure we build useful tooling. The remainder of your time will be spent with other Site Reliability Engineers working on cross-cutting projects. As such, you have exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
Do you want to build products to reinvent a centuries old industry? If so, we'd love to hear from you.
Challenges on which you can expect to work:
We believe that all cloud infrastructure should be treated as code. Modifications go through code review and are executed via CI tools.
Automate cloud infrastructure via tools like Terraform.
Administer our software platform including Kubernetes, BigQuery and PostgreSQL;
Evaluate, design and implement solutions for continuous integration, continuous delivery and DevOps productivity.
Great software is more than product features. It simultaneously considers non-functional concerns like security, maintainability and extensibility. You are responsible for ensuring:
Collaborate with product engineers to identify observability/configurability gaps and make code-level improvements;
Creating tooling to improve the developer experience, enabling them to deliver business value faster and more effectively;
Manage runbooks for incident response;
Measure operational performance and make gradual improvements.
We value diversity at Bestow. We hire, recruit, and promote without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, pregnancy or maternity, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law. We understand the importance of creating a safe and comfortable work environment and encourage individualism and authenticity in every member of our team.
Bestow does not sponsor applicants for work visas at this time.
Florida / Remote
$120K - 180K a year
Omnivore is seeking a Senior Full Stack Software Engineer to join our multifunctional team. You'll work in a variety of languages and technologies, and on multiple parts of our platform including front-end and back-end components. If you enjoy working on REST APIs, web apps, asynchronous message processing systems, and desktop applications, we would love to hear from you. We are looking for an incoming senior team member to help lead the team into the future!
Together, we're pioneering a new era of restaurant experience and guest engagement such as ghost and virtual kitchen concepts, master menus across multiple locations and concepts, and immediately connecting restaurants with delivery service providers such as UberEats, Door Dash, Postmates, and others!
(We are offering relocation assistance or a fully remote position - it's up to you!)
$80K - 130K a year
This job is 100% remote - work from anywhere in the world.
Phaidra is building the future of industrial automation.
We create hyper-intelligent and configurable control systems for the industrial sector, using AI as the core enabling technology. Specifically:
Our team has a track record of applying AI to some of the toughest problems. From AlphaGo to Google's Data Centers, we know AI and how to apply it in production.
Phaidra is looking for a driven Site Reliability Engineer to be a part of our engineering team. You are bold and creative, and have deep empathy for customers who may not be tech-savvy. You will work directly with our Infrastructure lead to build and maintain world class infrastructure. You will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact with your work and guide the product and team as we grow.
The ideal candidate has expertise building and managing cloud infrastructure on AWS, GCP or Azure and has good knowledge of Docker & Kubernetes. Your responsibilities will include flavors of Infrastructure Engineering, MLOps, SRE and DevOps. As an Infrastructure Engineer, it will be expected of you to be an Individual Contributor (IC) in the infrastructure team.
We are thoughtful about remote collaboration. We look to the pioneers - like Gitlab - for inspiration and best practices to create a stellar remote work environment. We have a documentation first culture and actively practice asynchronous communication in everything we do. We are deliberate about documenting and living our values - of which accessibility, transparency, and agility are key. Our team stays connected through tools like Slack and Video Chat. We meet daily and have dedicated all-hands meetings to build strong relationships. We hold virtual team building events - and even hold virtual socials to watch rocket launches! We will have in-person All-Hands meetings twice a year once travel opens back up too.
Phaidra is an Equal Opportunity Employer; employment with Phaidra is governed on the basis of merit, competence, and qualifications and will not be influenced in any manner by race, color, religion, gender, national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, mental or physical disability, or any other legally protected status.
€60K - 75K a year
Do you want to work with Golang and help us make pension fun, easy and hassel-free? We are looking for developers who want to be part of our journey!
What you'll be doing:
Since we are in a start-up phase, as a System Developer, you'll have a lot of freedom in what kind of project you are interested in and we always appreciate new ideas. Your main responsibilities will be to develop in Golang, either for the needs of our customers or you'll work with our internal toolings and infrastructure. Right now, one of our biggest tasks includes automatization.
The system is built in Go, with persistence handled by MariaDB (on AWS Aurora) and MongoDB. Other prominent technologies include protobuf, CoreOS, Kubernetes, Docker, Prometheus, Loki and Grafana. The system consists of 16 microservices, plus two graphical interfaces and a mobile application. The front-end systems (internal CRM and a public website) are built in React and VueJS respectively, and the app in Flutter. CI is handled in GitLab, hosted on AWS on Kubernetes, including a Docker repository.
We believe you have come across Golang before and have an interest in learning more. You are also comfortable with Git and SQL. But to be fair, at Pensionera we value the mindset more than anything and we think that you might recognize these traits in yourself:
You like creative problem solving to find the best possible balance between technical possibilities/constraints, business value and customer need You take pride in your work and value freedom under responsibility You're a fast learner and you like trying out new things You cherish your work-life balance and you care about both your colleagues and yourself You enjoy being challenged and finding new solutions.
Pensionera is a Fintech company, rolling at high speed to help our customers get a better insight into their future pension. We provide an effective marked space, where our customers will be able to affect and increase their pension. Currently, we're about 10 developers working in two streams, one focused on customer-facing products and one on internal tooling and infrastructure. Both streams are expanding and we need driven and caring new team members to join us.
We can offer you an entrepreneurial environment with plenty of room to grow as a professional and work with caring and skilled team members to learn from. We have flexible working hours, free breakfast, access to gym, pension and insurance plan according to ITP1, private healthcare plan and a lot more.
The position as System Developer is full-time and our office is located at Vasagatan 16, Stockholm. Unfortunately, we are unable to sponsor a visa or offer a full-remote position. To apply, link you Linkedin or send us your CV in either English or Swedish.
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Remote in North America
$130K - 180K a year
There are more than 700,000 active installations of Grafana around the globe, monitoring everything from beehives to climate change in the Alps. The instantly recognizable dashboards have been spotted everywhere from a SpaceX launch and Minecraft HQ to Wimbledon and the Tour de France. Grafana Labs also helps companies including Bloomberg, JPMorgan Chase, and eBay manage their observability strategies with full-stack offerings that can be run fully managed with Grafana Cloud, or self-managed with Grafana Enterprise Stack. The Grafana stack has grown to include two other open-source projects, Grafana Loki (for logs) and Grafana Tempo (for traces)
Our Grafana Cloud pipeline moves millions of data points, log lines and traces per second from our customer's environments into a highly available, low-latency stack that processes and stores the data, and serves it to dashboards and alerting tools. We aim to grow this to hundreds of millions per second, and it's critical that as we grow, we improve our performance, increase our reliability and do it all more efficiently.
Backend Engineering roles at Grafana require engineers with a passion for performance, reliability, and who enjoy taking projects from conception to production.
Since we deploy production services, we have on-call rotations to ensure the health of the system. We dogfood our own services, so being on call is an important way to understand our system and how to use the products we create.
Our culture is one of remote-first, and our engineering organization is largely remote. We provide guidance and meet regularly using video calls, and we need people who can work independently and can communicate well.
We care deeply about open source and the projects generally are open source, check them out: https://github.com/grafana.
We primarily use Go.
Equal Opportunity Employer — At Grafana Labs we're building a company where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, stay, and do their best work. We know that our company runs on the hard work and the dedication of our passionate and creative employees.
We will recruit, train, compensate and promote regardless of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, disability, age, veteran status, and all the other fascinating characteristics that make us different and unique. We believe that equality and diversity builds a strong organisation and we're working hard to make sure that's the foundation of our organisation as we grow.
Clearwater, FL / Remote
$120K - 180K a year
Omnivore is seeking a Senior Full Stack Engineer to join our multifunctional team. You'll work in a variety of languages and technologies, and on multiple parts of our platform including front-end and back-end components. If you enjoy working on REST APIs, web apps, asynchronous message processing systems, and desktop applications, we would love to hear from you. We're looking for a senior engineer to help lead our team into the future!
Together, we're pioneering a new era of restaurant experience and guest engagement such as ghost and virtual kitchen concepts, master menus across multiple locations and concepts, and immediately connecting restaurants with delivery service providers such as UberEats, Door Dash, Postmates, and others!
(We are offering relocation assistance or a fully remote position - it's up to you!)**
€65K - 75K a year
Verve Group is a global brand performance ad platform connecting brands and publishers to people in real-time. Its in-app data platform provides a brand-safe and transparent programmatic and managed-service solution by overlaying location contextual audiences onto premium enriched global and local supply for brand performance campaigns. Verve Group is trusted by top Fortune 500 global digital brands with direct connections to over 4,000 premium publishers and apps worldwide. Verve Group is part of Media and Games Invest (MGI) and has an international presence of over 200 employees in 25+ offices globally, spanning the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. Learn more at www.verve.com.
The Dev Ops Engineer is the backbone of the Systems Engineering team within Engineering at the Verve Group. As a technology generalist, you are comfortable with tasks ranging from bare-metal server provisioning and networking to IAAS provisioning, task automation, performance tuning and optimization, and working with virtualized or containerized applications and services.
You are also focused on reproducibility and a less-is-more approach, utilizing automation tools, documentation, and practical, proactive communication to significant effect. You are comfortable in a self-directed environment supporting infrastructure for a geographically distributed engineering team. Additionally, you are prepared to "be bold" and take the initiative, be challenged, share your knowledge with your peers, and have no issues reaching out to your mentors when a challenge exceeds your knowledge or skillset.
What We Offer
¥7M - 12M a year
PayPay, a fintech company, that achieved more than 40M users within around 3 years since its launch in 2018 has hugely diversified employees who are from 40 different countries. The number of employees by now is more than 1,000 staff members, and yet the company is still incomplete and at a growing stage.
To build "PayPay", we allied with Paytm, the biggest payment service company in India. Based on their customer-first technologies , we created and expanded the smartphone payment service in Japan.
PayPay is looking for a Platform Engineer to work on our payment system to deliver the best payment experience for our customers.
The mission of our SRE team (which we call "Platform team" at PayPay) is to build and architect stable infrastructure so that we can provide secure service to all the customers with our highest speed. Our number of transactions as well as users have been increasing day by day since our first product release. The infrastructure/system must be capable of scale-out, and we need to always consider room for the growth. Since Paypay's system is highly mission-critical, handling payment solutions - our top priority for the system is to be able to provide stable service.
From risk-hedging perspective, it is important to assure our infrastructure is maintained properly with a high level of usability so that even if our resources fail instances get down, we can continue our service. Our current phase is not yet a "maintenance" phase - as a platform engineer, you will be required to architect the whole system in a scalable manner while with employing a variety of technologies.
The main responsibilities will be to architect, maintain and tune our PayPay infra system with the following tech domains:
We rotate roles and responsibilities among those tech stacks, and you will be able to experience a wide range of technologies.
We select the best combination of tech at times.
Minimum of 3 years of professional administration experience with at least one or few of the following:
We may ask new hires to work from their countries during the COVID pandemic, however we will ask you to relocate to Japan eventually. In Japan, you can live in anywhere you want since its a remote based work style.
$90K - 120K a year
CSI Is looking for a DevOps engineer who can implement and teach new patterns for infrastructure and access provisioning and software deployment.
Ideal candidate will also possess these preferred, but not necessary skills:
€40K - 70K a year
Dataroots researches, designs and codes robust AI-solutions & platforms for various sectors, with a strong focus on DataOps and MLOps. As Data Engineer you're part of our dedicated in-house team of AI-specialists. You excel in building digital data-driven solutions and infrastructure, which are the basis for our robust and production-ready solutions to optimise company processes.
You're an architectural genius that effortlessly designs, develops and deploys data pipelines, making sure these pipelines are filled with qualitative data which serve as an input for our machine learning engineers. You collaborate closely with our machine learning engineers and/or cloud architects on projects for various sectors, always with a quality focused, end-to-end approach. The result? Our teams provide clients a reliable foundation to make data-driven decisions.
As a senior you will also build and share knowledge with your colleagues. With initiatives like our rootsacademy or rootlabs, you have various chances to share your knowledge and keep up to date with the latest developments in the field.
At dataroots we combine 100% focus with fresh and fun ideas. Our offices are the ideal workplace for people with a knack for innovation. Thanks to our [email protected] we also stay in touch with our colleagues, even when working on different projects. Our languages? Terraform, Kubernetes, Cloud, Containers, Python, Scala, and HCL. What we speak when we're not coding? English, because with colleagues from Brazil or Serbia you'll enter an inspiring and internationally focused team.
🇧🇪 Our main office is located in Leuven, with co-working spaces in Brussels and Charleroi. These locations are always available for brainstorm sessions or team events. As a dataroots consultant, you will occasionally be doing on-site visits at our clients. However, most of our work is done remotely. At dataroots, we are actively adapting to this new way of working. ✌️
$160K - 180K a year
CommentSold is a social commerce platform that modernizes the way retailers connect to online shoppers, including hosting live sales events and managing day-to-day retail operations. Simply, we help online retailers do less and sell more.
Our team is dispersed throughout the US and Canada, which means we value the diversity and unique collaboration that's fostered through a remote team. We work incredibly hard for our customers, and believe deeply in our platform's value. We're a high energy, high growth team and we love to win.
Our Product team stays close to our customers, building the tools to deliver on our promise to make running their business easier. We make decisions fast, and priorities change as we adapt to the needs of our industry so we welcome folks that relish in the challenges of pace. We believe in quick iteration and in the moment feedback, so we can work collectively to build the best team and product.
This is only the second DevOps role in the organization, and as such, there is a lot of room for both responsibility and growth within the role. We have some initial projects in motion to improve our deployment and scaling, along with the opportunity for longer term planning and improvement of our practices and processes.
At CommentSold, you can work from anywhere thanks to the power of the internet - we put extra effort into our remote culture to ensure we exceed the engagement we all need. We value our team, and show that through competitive salaries and bonus opportunities. Health, dental, vision, and life insurance are available to all full-time employees.
Our platform serves the women's retail space in a major way - and that's no coincidence. We're creating a space for equality across the board, and we support folks of all identities and lifestyles in everything we do. Join CommentSold to live your best life — we're always excited to grow our team's perspective. #lovewhereyouwork
€65K - 80K a year
We have positions available for enthusiastic and experienced software developers for further development of the Kubernetes integration in our Linux-based cluster software environment. You will be part of a team that is responsible for Kubernetes deployment, monitoring and management in our Linux based cluster management software.
There will be ample opportunity to develop your skills and to take initiative. You will have the opportunity to work with the latest hardware (e.g. GPUs, accelerators, high-speed interconnects such as InfiniBand, Omni Path and 100 Gig-E) and software technologies such as parallel filesystems (e.g. Lustre, GPFS, BeeGFS, WekaIO), OpenStack, Docker, Kubernetes, Jupyter and Ceph.
Our development team consists of highly skilled developers that are passionate about building a software product that meets our customers' needs today and in the future. With your help, we will be adding many new features to our product to allow Bright clusters to be used for a wider range of workloads, and to allow clusters to scale to hundreds of thousands of nodes (i.e. exascale). Kubernetes integration is a key component of our software stack because our customers increasingly depend on it for running workload on their Bright clusters. Bright provides a seamless process for deploying Kubernetes on-prem, at the edge and in the cloud on a number of supported Linux distributions. In addition to handling deployment of Kubernetes, Bright also streamlines the process of getting workload up and running in Kubernetes, and allowing this workload to be monitored.
You are fluent in C++ and/or Python and intimately familiar with object oriented software design, design patterns, and concurrent programming techniques. The quality of your work is important to you, so you take pride in producing extremely clean code. Furthermore, you are eager to learn and use new technologies.
Knowledge of Kubernetes, AWS, Azure, GCE, OpenStack, Spark, Jenkins and distributed programming would be beneficial, but is not strictly necessary.
Our cluster management software is based on Linux. You should be very familiar with the Linux operating system and in particular with networking concepts in Linux. In addition, you are familiar with the most common software that is part of a typical Linux installation.
Bright Computing is a young but rapidly growing company. We require people who are not only very skilled, but who are also flexible, reliable, can take initiative, can deal with responsibility, and have a "can do" mentality.
$110K - 160K a year
WordPress VIP is the digital platform of choice for the world's top brands and publishers. Our expertise running performant, secure, and stable applications at scale enables our clients to power high-touch digital experiences with ease. Our platform combines the unparalleled WordPress user experience with enterprise-grade infrastructure and world-class support, serving billions of web requests per day. As one of the most used and ubiquitous software platforms on Earth, security and reliability are critical.
We're looking for Systems Engineers to join our fully remote team, where you'll play an essential role in developing, building, and maintaining our growing global infrastructure. If you enjoy solving complex problems and are eager to empower development teams working at some of the most high-profile, high-traffic sites out there, come and join us.
We'd love to chat with you if you have:
Bonus points if you can guess what each dot represents on the map below and tell us the methodology you used to figure it out. http://automattic.com/automattic-data-centers
Curious who works in engineering at Automattic? Meet our Code Wranglers Brandon, Jeremy, Mark, Jennifer, Roy and Kat at https://youtu.be/jyhYkuuzL_0 ! These are exciting times at WordPress VIP and you'll have a unique opportunity to shape the future of our platform. Join us! We look forward to hearing from you.
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We are the people behind WordPress.com, WooCommerce, Jetpack, Tumblr, Simplenote, Longreads, Day One, and more. We believe in making the web a better place.
We're a distributed company with more than 1400 Automatticians in 80+ countries speaking 90+ different languages. We democratize publishing and commerce so anyone with a story can tell it, and anyone with a product can sell it, regardless of income, gender, politics, language, or country.
We believe in Open Source and the vast majority of our work is available under the GPL.
We're improving diversity, equity, and inclusion in the tech industry. At Automattic, we want people to love their work and show respect and empathy to all. We welcome differences and strive to increase participation from traditionally underrepresented groups. Our DEI committee involves Automatticians across the company and drives grassroots change. For example, this group has helped facilitate private online spaces for affiliated Automatticians to gather and helps run a monthly DEI People Lab series for further learning. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is a priority at Automattic, though our dedication influences far more than just Automatticians: We make our products freely available and translate our products into and offer customer support in numerous languages. We require unconscious bias training for our hiring teams and ensure our products are accessible across different bandwidths and devices. Learn more about our dedication to diversity, equity, and inclusion and our Employee Resource Groups.
CHF 90K - 120K a year
Exnaton is a company based in Zurich, Switzerland, which offers software for renewable energy to energy companies. Our software enables energy providers to set up energy communities in their distribution areas. Users participating in an energy community can track their energy consumption with our software and directly buy renewable energy from their neighbors, which makes investing in the energy transition simple and fun! Our software computes smart real-time prices for locally produced energy which make renewable energy financially more attractive. End-users receive an app that maps the sources of their energy, making their electricity consumption more understandable. Check out more on www.exnaton.com.
As a Software Engineer at Exnaton, you are one of our first employees and shape the company and its vision from the ground up. Among others, your main responsibilities are the following:
We define ourselves by a culture of collaboration and ownership. We're looking for a driven, capable, and thoughtful person to add to our vision. The qualifications we are looking for in an ideal candidate are the following:
Our hierarchy is flat and communication direct, which means that we operate and learn fast, as a team. When working with us, you can expect the following:
$84K - 120K a year
Chope is looking for a talented engineer to join their cloud team.
$86K - 122K a year
At observIQ we're a software startup developing the next generation of IT monitoring tools. We're building powerful open source solutions used by Fortune 500 companies and small technology companies alike.
BindPlane is used to bring Metrics and Logs from 200+ different IT technologies into Google Cloud Operations. We are looking for a Solution Architect to demonstrate and implement our monitoring solutions.
Multi-cloud is the reality in the modern IT environment. observIQ is looking for someone to apply their IT/DevOps skills for a customer facing role. The ideal candidate can both work with customers and drive the technical implementation of IT Monitoring for logs and metrics.
Reporting to the Chief Architect, the Solutions Architect is responsible for working to solve our customer's monitoring use-cases and work with them on initial implementation.
Primarily, the role will include demoing software, holding use-case conversations, and supporting the initial Proof-of-Concepts implementations.
Secondary responsibilities include: helping to design demo environments, sales materials, and other collateral to make sure we present our best experience.
observIQ is a tight-knit organization when working together for customer's monitoring needs. This candidate will be driving customer interactions and pulling other resources between support and development as needed.
This is the ideal role for someone who has a background in multi-cloud administration or related roles. We are looking for someone who is passionate about technology and tackling specific IT challenges. Every week is different with many opportunities for professional development.
Familiarity or Experience with some or all of the following is ideal:
Remote / Europe
€70K - 80K a year
Tenzir is seeking an experienced and passionate DevOps / Platform engineer who enjoys bringing open-core security technology into production deployment shape. We cultivate a UNIX-centric mindset: security operators use our high-performance C++ database VAST to hunt in telemetry data, either via the CLI our our ReasonML-based frontend getting its data through a Rust API. We also develop Threat Bus, a dissemination layer for threat intelligence, which orchestrates detection and response.
As a key contributor to our infrastructure, you will improve and automate critical processes for building, packaging, and deploying our technology in test and production environments. Concretely:
$80K - 100K a year
Morning Consult is a billion-dollar, global enterprise technology company specializing in intelligent data to power leaders' intelligent decisions. The company's proprietary technology, including both AI and machine-learning solutions, pairs with leading, high-frequency datasets and access to more than 100 million people globally, to optimize decision making. Morning Consult's proven advantage drives more accurate decisions at unparalleled speed and scale.
Morning Consult is actively looking for a Senior DevOps Engineer to support an exciting digital transformation opportunity involving AWS and best of breed open source technologies. The Senior DevOps engineer would get to work with multiple agile teams on a large scale modernization and transformation initiative.
Note: we view this section as a guide, not a checklist. We encourage you to apply even if you don't satisfy every single bullet on this list!
€60K - 95K a year
As a Senior Platform Engineer in our Systems Engineering Chapter, you will be joining the Infrastructure Platform & Security Services department. You will work on the heart of Zooplus IT responsible for continuous operations and relentless improvement of our 24/7 E-Commerce Infrastructure. Working in a Product Organization means focussing on Primary topics (Technical Products) whilst supporting and collaborating in Cross-functional topics. With an already strong and mature DevOps and Infrastructure as Code approach we focus on further developing and innovating on new parts of our platform as well as enabling and guiding our Technical users and DevOps Teams. You are given the freedom to develop a preference and focus on some Technical Products in your Chapter, while engagement in supporting other Technical Products is welcome and supported.
The Systems Engineering Chapter is currently responsible for two Technical Products: Container Orchestration Platform as well as Log Management and Monitoring Platform.
$150K - 170K a year
Software is broken, and we're working hard to fix it. While the goal may seem audacious, it's what drives us. We're consultants who embed remotely with client teams and take on interesting challenges. We are looking for voracious learners who find ways to deliver value quickly. We use whatever tools and processes our clients use, so we're always learning new technologies and techniques. We're also empathetic collaborators joining teams facing all kinds of challenges, which means we're continually growing our ability to have an impact as consultants.
Test Double provides a supportive environment where consultants can have autonomy and thrive. We were 100% remote before it was fashionable, and offer 10% paid Growth Time every week. Plus, we stay connected as a wider team through weekly hangouts, coffee chats, employee resource groups and more. Many of us give back by contributing to open source, blogging or speaking, or working on our Great Causes initiative. We're a 100% employee owned company, and consultants' internal contributions make a real impact! We also empower people to identify problems, build consensus, and develop solutions. Sound amazing? Read on for more on the position and benefits!
We help client teams use DevOps practices to create more observable, sustainable and predictable environments by integrating operations capabilities into development teams.
At Test Double, we believe DevOps is not a formal position or set of skills, but rather a culture of software developers who believe in continuous improvement. DevOps Consultants help build the DevOps team at Test Double by developing a common set of tools and code, and mentoring both clients and other agents on best practices.
DevOps Consultants are developers who achieve success by working within existing client teams to automate code pipelines, ensure high-availability and disaster recovery, establish observability and feedback loops, and implement/maintain baseline security controls. We focus on solving client problems with solutions to empower technical teams to gain ownership of delivery processes and insight into deployed systems across a variety of business domains. It's critical to draw on a wide knowledge base of best practices and tools, as each assignment brings new challenges.
DevOps consultants consistently deliver high quality infrastructure, and generously share their knowledge and experience. We actively pair with and mentor other consultants and client developers on infrastructure best practices. Our engagements include acting as a consultant alongside larger teams at large clients, and taking on more leadership in mentoring, establishing processes and modeling best practices at smaller clients.
DevOps Consultants deliver solutions that break down barriers between development and operations teams, while elevating and expanding the overall quality, culture and reach of the teams they work with. Building software in close collaboration with client teams gives us the opportunity to learn from one another and share our knowledge and experience—making a deeper impact by coaching and mentoring others on healthy, more sustainable and scalable DevOps practices.
Specific ways in which we accomplish these goals are by:
We support clients in challenging situations and foster engagement on project teams. We balance pragmatism in delivery with principled quality standards. We encourage other team members, guiding them to better solutions and approaches in ways that help those team members grow.
We are open and honest communicators, modeling that behavior with our clients and fostering a culture of interconnectedness within client teams. We establish supportive and trusting relationships with our client teams, and with our fellow Double Agents.
Compensation: Our salary range for this role is $150,000 - $170,000 USD Dependent on experience and interview process
All TD Double Agents receive:
US-based agents receive:
Canadian agents receive:
€60K - 70K a year
7Mind is looking for a DevOps Engineer (f/m/d)!
Join a purpose-driven international team in the wonderful city of Berlin and have the opportunity to shape the maturation of a successful start-up's technical infrastructure. Support and improve our operations, deployment, and development of new software and business capabilities.
Work at a solidly established company with 50+ team members that still has the start-up growth mindset of flexibility and “the sky's the limit”.
Your impact is clearly visible and the direct happy feedback from the 7Mind fans keeps you connected to the people you are doing this for - the 7Mind users.
Nice to Haves
7Mind empowers people and organizations alike to lead healthy, happy and purpose-driven lives since 2014. With more than 2.3 million downloads to date, 7Mind has become one of Germany's most popular online meditation training and is still growing.
Our goal is to help people pay as much attention to their mental well-being as they do to their physical health. In cooperation with seasoned meditation teachers, as well as healthcare experts, we strive to develop high quality training that provide the easiest access possible to meditation and mindfulness.
We are a Berlin-based start-up in Mitte with a creative, international, and close-knit team of 50 employees.
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