About Datto:

As the world’s leading provider of IT solutions delivered by Managed Service Providers (MSPs), Datto offers business continuity and disaster recovery, networking, business management, and file backup and sync solutions.

You Would:  

Join a small but established DevOps team working to deliver and support a global remote management platform utilized by millions of devices around the world. Responsible for everything from monitoring and troubleshooting, to helping the business gain insights into platform activity and pushing out releases, you’d be working with a distributed team based in the US and EMEA.

Expected to take a problem and run with it, we’re always there to help each other but we won’t be guiding you to a solution and are looking for people who are in their element coming up with efficient solutions to what we hope are interesting problems.

A Note From: Jason Goodworth - Manager, Development Operations 

The DevOps team for Datto RMM have always been lean, and we all wear many hats. This isn’t a role for someone who’s hoping to specialize in a particular field, rather someone who’s hoping to broaden their skills and we’ve all grown since we first formed as CentraStage back in 2013. 

Working on the RMM platform can be frustrating at times, these aren’t generally problems people have run into before and posted solutions to StackOverflow for, but we solve issues and develop processes that let tens of thousands of people manage millions of devices around the globe, and are free to use the best technology for the job (Though maybe don’t suggest moving to GCP in your first week).

As we expand the team, we look to add unique perspectives and experiences that will help us all grow, and we’re all looking forward to welcoming a new member and everything they bring to the team.

(This role will report to Jason and he has been with Datto RMM since it was CentraStage back in 2011. As an “early” employee Jason has seen what was then CentraStage go on to be acquired by Autotask, and then merged into the Datto family)

Describes You: 

  • Strong experience working in a cloud environment (AWS, Azure, GCP)
  • Comfortable working with Linux
  • Experience of both relational (MySQL, PostgreSQL, etc.) and non-relational (ElasticSearch, DynamoDB, etc.) data stores
  • Experience working with JVM based applications and servlet containers (Tomcat, Jetty, etc.)
  • Experience working with software load balancers and reverse proxies (HAProxy, Nginx, etc.)


Stack Summary: 

Proficient With

Linux - Cloud Environments - SQL - JVM - HTTP Stack Configuration - Configuration/Container management - Distributed Systems - Scripting and Automation - Strong written communication and documentation skills


Willing to Learn or Had Experience With:

HAProxy, Nginx, Elasticsearch, AWS DynamoDB, AWS Aurora, Redis, AWS SQS, AWS Kinesis, Logstash, Graphite, Grafana

Note: We are looking only for candidates willing to join us directly as W2 employees (No 3rd party candidates)

At Datto, we believe our employees are our greatest asset and offer all full-time employees a wide-ranging benefits package, including:

  • Comprehensive health-care benefits
  • Free lunch every Friday
  • Flexible paid time off policy
  • Free food, drinks, and fresh organic fruit
  • Fitness reimbursement
  • Charity match program
  • Transit subsidy in select cities
  • Education reimbursement
  • And more!

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