DevRev

DevRev is bringing AI and Design to software and customer reliability engineering. The software industry is wasting hundreds of billions of dollars in activities that are bound to become autonomous with machine intelligence (think “self-driving”), provided one cleverly replaces existing systems of record. We are building a highly engaging system of record that promises to make product development and customer service joyous! DevRev brings our customers (Developers) closer to their customers (Revenue).

The company has raised what is presumably the Valley's largest-ever seed round, and we are run by founders who have built companies from scratch to NASDAQ-listed. DevRev is solving a difficult AI and design problem, and the early employees are committed to the marathon of company-building and hard problem-solving.

Job Description

We are looking for ambitious and authentic DevOps engineers who are passionate about building and deploying reliable and sustainable systems. As a DevOps engineer at DevRev, you will have the opportunity to work with a thriving global team as we transform software development.

Minimum qualifications:

  • Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Computer Science or related technical field, or equivalent practical experience
  • Experience implementing, troubleshooting, and supporting Unix/Linux systems, Internet-based applications, and web servers
  • Experience with Linux administration in a public/private cloud environment (Iaas/PaaS)
  • Experience writing code to automate monitoring and deployment in one of the following environments: Python, Bash/Shell, Perl, and/or Terraform
  • Deep understanding of continuous delivery and experience with relevant AWS services

Preferred qualifications:

  • Experience with security, systems monitoring, and containers
  • Experience with maintaining and scaling AWS cloud infrastructure and the following services: EKS, EC2, S3, Route 53, Elasticsearch, and Redis
  • Experience with MongoDB
  • Jenkins or CircleCI administration and maintenance experience
  • Excellent organizational, communication, and interface skills
  • Experience with real-time monitoring of cloud infrastructure using publicly available tools and services

Culture

The foundation of DevRev is its culture -- our commitment to those who are hungry, humble, honest, and who act with heart. Our vision is to help build the earth’s most customer-centric companies. Our mission is to leverage design, data engineering, and machine intelligence to empower engineers to embrace their customers. That is DevRev!

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