Senior Datacenter Engineer

Who we are
DoubleVerify is the leading independent provider of marketing measurement software, data and analytics that authenticates the quality and effectiveness of digital media for the world's largest brands and media platforms. DV provides media transparency and accountability to deliver the highest level of impression quality for maximum advertising performance. Since 2008, DV has helped hundreds of Fortune 500 companies gain the most from their media spend by delivering best in class solutions across the digital ecosystem, helping to build a better industry. Learn more at

Our Team

The SRE team is composed of engineers working cross-functionally to provide support for our entire product infrastructure.

We are a team that balances large scale deployment projects with internal user operational concerns. We value thoughtful and creative solutions, and aspire to give our engineers all the tools they need to study and implement those solutions.

The ideal candidate embraces continuously evolving architecture and wants to play a role in designing and deploying methodologies that will be used throughout the company.

What You’ll Do

In this role you will dive deep into planning, implementation, and the support of an always-on, robust infrastructure.  We maintain hardware infrastructure from Cisco, NetApp, Pure, APC, Schneider Electric, Chatsworth, Vertiv, to name a few.  As a member of the team you will utilize and advocate for the iterative development of innovative deployments.  The SRE team verifies that the infrastructure is well integrated with our products and strives to make devops as agnostic as possible to the underlying hardware.

DV maintains both physical and virtual data center presences throughout the world. You will participate in the development and deployment of any additional data centers, as the company expands.  You should possess knowledge and understanding of high-capacity power distribution and structured cabling. You will be rewarded for creativity in planning, delivering, and overcoming operational and architectural challenges.

You will be working as a member of our team to help architect, build, and support our high transactional volume and low latency platform that processes several terabytes of transactional data each day.


  • Provide technical leadership for complex projects to increase the stability of our infrastructure, enhance scalability, efficiency, and quality of deployments
  • Innovate iterative ways to scale with automation and operational improvements
  • Advise our internal and external customers on available options and optimizations with our current services catalog as well as new offerings
  • Ensure delivery of multi-vendor providers across various platforms and technologies
  • Collaborate with other engineers and project managers to design, build, and turnover successful deployments
  • Handle escalation and problem resolution between different deployment teams
  • Communicate progress and activities to internal stakeholders and management
  • Experience with Cisco UCS, Supermicro, Dell and whitebox capabilities
  • Data center architecture - deep knowledge and ability to manage, design and operate infrastructure equipment and facility services
  • Practical experience of problem solving at different layers of deployment or operational iterations


  • Expert knowledge of data center infrastructure deployments, 5 years of experience or more
  • Automation skills with python, shell, and/or other languages
  • Good communication skills, a great personality, and a passion for working collaboratively
  • Experience working with GCP, AWS, Azure, other public cloud or IaaS providers
  • Ability to self implement large scale features
  • High availability thinking


  • Deep understanding of unix systems administration and systems performance tuning
  • Experience with integration with Terraform
  • Mastery of one or more configuration management frameworks
  • Provide mentorship to junior engineers

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