Sysdig is *the* secure DevOps company, and we’re at the forefront of the container
and Kubernetes revolution. We are passionate, technical problem-solvers,
continually innovating and delivering powerful solutions to secure and operate
cloud-native applications in production. Our consistent contributions to open source
software projects reflect our commitment to the open cloud movement.


We value diversity and open dialog to spur ideas, working closely together to
achieve goals. And we're a great place to work too -- we were awarded the 2021
Bay Area Best Places to Work Award from San Francisco Business Times
and the Silicon Valley Business Journal. We are looking for team members who
share our commitment to customers and are willing to dig deeper, understand
problems and deliver innovative solutions. Does this sound like the right place for
you?

Your Opportunity

As a Site Reliability Engineer, you will build solutions to enhance the availability, security, and resilience of the Sysdig services, including backends and data stores. You will collaborate with the Infrastructure, Engineering, and Customer Success teams to provide the best experience for our high-profile customers.

Your Responsibilities
- Deploy, upgrade, and migrate large-scale Sysdig services on Kubernetes
- Enable customers and Sysdig customer-facing teams to solve common issues in productions 
- Enhance the observability and reliability of Sysdig services to meet SLA/SLO
- Automate manual and repetitive tasks to reduce the toil
- Work with the Engineering team on security hardening in highly regulated environments

Key Technologies 
- Kubernetes, Docker, Container
- Prometheus, Grafana
- Cassandra, Elasticsearch, Kafka/Zookeeper, Postgres
- Python, Golang
- Terraform, Helm

Your Background
- Experience in deploying workloads on Kubernetes is a must
- Experience in monitoring/supporting applications in production environments is required
- Must feel comfortable interacting with internal teams and external customers
- Must be a team player

Why Join Sysdig

Cloud-native is fundamentally changing how organizations build and run
applications to fully take advantage of the cloud computing model. Sysdig is the
cloud-native intelligence company making it happen. Join us and you’ll be working
at the cutting-edge of infrastructure technology and the birth of an entirely new
industry.  Be the one that solves the hard challenges of operating Kubernetes and
Containers at scale - and have fun doing it with a great group of people.

Why work at Sysdig?

  • We’re a well-funded startup that already has a large enterprise customer
    base.
  • We have a pragmatic, approachable culture, from the CEO down.
  • We have an organizational focus on delivering value to customers.
  • Our open-source tools (https://www.sysdig.org) are widely used and loved by
    technologists & developers.
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