Cloud security is becoming increasingly important as organizations are accelerating their cloud migration. Britive is at the forefront of the emerging cloud security industry with the only modern privileged access management platform that provides unified Privileged Access Visibility, Dynamic Privilege Management and Secrets Governance across cloud infrastructures, platforms & SaaS.

Our patent-pending technology is deployed at several large and Fortune 500 customers and we have repeatedly ranked among the hottest Cloud Security startups. Britive is founded by CyberSecurity industry veterans with a successful prior exit and is backed by top-tier VCs through a recent Series A raise.

About You 
You are a passionate DevOps Engineer who wants to develop and scale our multi-tenant SaaS applications on the AWS platform. You have a strong DevOps background as well as development experience. From day one, you must be able to hit the ground running and bring all your experience to the team to make the infrastructure deployments and management much smoother. Most importantly, you have a positive “can do” attitude and a passion for delivering technical solutions in a fast-paced startup environment.  

Your Impact 

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Responsible for design, implementation and uptime of large-scale application stack running on AWS. 
  • Build and manage the continuous release promotion cycle (through automation) including the following environments: development, pre-prod and production.  
  • Implement a sound rolling update strategy for all the environments. 
  • Configure the infrastructure to generate relevant metrics for uptime monitoring. 
  • Configure tools to ingest monitoring data, develop alert criterion. 
  • Measurement, optimization, and tuning of system performance and ensuring that systems will run reliably and are highly available in a 24/7 production environment. 
  • Help debug issues on platform, finding those non-performant queries, failures, etc.  

What will you need? 

Required Skills: 

  • Prior experience in performing the same role in a SaaS security product company.   
  • Minimum 7 years of industry experience.  
  • AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional.  
  • Multiple years of experience building CI & CD pipelines.  
  • Experience with Jenkins, Git, Docker, AWS, Splunk, Snowflake, etc.  
  • Experience with micro services and Java.  
  • High availability and disaster recovery.  
  • Expert knowledge of terraform.  
  • Strong scripting skills in Python and UNIX shell scripting.  
  • High level understanding of HTTP (response codes, HTTP verbs, etc.).  
  • Basic-medium level hands on experience with relational SQL (including windows functions, recursion, etc.) and no-SQL technologies.  
  • Outstanding collaboration and communication skills. Ability to effectively collaborate with distributed team.  
  • Understand and practice agile development methodology.  

Nice to Have:  

  • Experience going through compliance audits like SOC2, ISO 2700x. 

In return, we offer:

· We empower you to think critically and contribute to our development. Every team member has the power to make our company better!

· We recognize that honesty and openness breeds trust, which is the foundation of great teamwork. This extends to customers and anyone who interacts with us on any level

· A Culture of life-long learners

· We celebrate all forms of diversity and our commitment to inclusion drives us forward each day

· Competitive Compensation

· Equity

· Full Benefits, including for dependents

· 401k

· Unlimited PTO

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