What you’ll do

We are looking for someone to join our DevOps Cloud Operations team.

The DevOps Cloud Operations team is made up of engineers working cross-functionally to provide all of our cloud infrastructure automation, tooling, security, and monitoring. 

You will be part of a small talented team that sits at the center of multiple software engineering teams to provide a standardized, automated, and secure cloud environment for application deployment with a heavy emphasis on Infrastructure as Code and GitOps processes.

The ideal candidate embraces continuously designing, building, maintaining, and improving our cloud infrastructure at DoubleVerify.

You will be working with our team to help architect, build, and support a high volume / low latency suite of applications that processes several terabytes of data each day. You will have the freedom to innovate and take your projects from test to production in a short time. 

 Who we are

DoubleVerify is a big data and analytics company. We track and analyze tens of billions of ads every day for the biggest brands in the world like Apple, Nike, AT&T, Disney, Vodafone, and most of the Fortune 500 companies. If you ever saw an Ad online via Web, Mobile or CTV device then there are big chances that it was analyzed and tracked by us. 

We operate at a massive scale, our backend handles over 100B+ events per day, we analyze and process those events in real-time while making decisions on the environment where the ad is running and all the user interactions during the Ad display lifecycle. We verify that all Ads are Fraud Free, Brand Safe, in the right Geo and highly likely to be viewed and engaged, all that in less than a fraction of second.

We are global, we have R&D centers in Tel Aviv, New York, Germany, Finland, Belgium and San Diego. We work in a fast-paced environment and have a lot of challenges to solve. If you like to solve big data challenges and want to help us build a better industry than your place is with us.

We in Doubleverify believe that giving our people a broad range of responsibilities results in the highest satisfaction for the engineers and a strong return on investment for the company. We want people who love the idea of building automation tools to offer platforms as a service to our developers. 

Responsibilities will include:

  • Writing, updating, and maintaining our Terraform modules and pipelines.
  • Design and develop cloud automation tooling, monitoring, security solutions.
  • Work with developers and other DevOps engineers to bring applications to production.
  • Improve our cloud architecture and design.
  • Work to integrate and secure connectivity between our cloud infrastructure and other third party providers.
  • Handle support, troubleshooting, and maintenance  of our cloud infrastructure and managed services.
  • Develop GitOps CI/CD automations on GitLab CI for cloud related projects

Who you are

  • Expertise in GCP or AWS cloud providers with a focus on managed kubernetes in the cloud.
  • Expertise with IaC, Terraform, writing modules, building CI/CD pipelines, etc. Experience writing custom providers is nice to have.
  • Working knowledge of Python and building custom scripting. Ruby and Go are also acceptable. 
  • You have the ability to architect complex solutions on your own with minimal supervision.
  • Nice to have: experience with Kafka, Grafana, Prometheus, Ansible, Helm, Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM), SOC2/ISO 270001 audit regimes. 
  • Good communication skills, a great personality, and a love for working collaboratively.
  • Comfortable working with cross geo teams outside your local time zone.

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