About the company

Tigergraph is the only Scalable Enterprise Graph Database system, powered by the first and only native parallel graph technology. We are in an emerging database category and we have been growing rapidly in the past year out of stealth mode. Recent achievement includes receiving a 4.5 out of 5 in InfoWorld’s software review and winning the most disruptive startup in Strata Data conference.

You can read the press release about TigerGraph Cloud here: 

 

About your daily responsibility:

The major work for this position is to build the automated operational platform for our cloud. You will be joining an exciting team to make the powerful and performant graph database engine easily accessible to many enterprises and developers, and shape how enterprises think about their problems and help with their solutions for different industries.

  • Own end-to-end availability and performance of our TigerGraph Cloud
  • Relentlessly automate manual processes to prevent problem recurrence; automate response to all non-exceptional service conditions.
  • Lead by example, mentor the team and establish credibility through quality technical execution.
  • Manage on-call rotations across continents, using a follow-the-sun model.
  • Design, write and deliver monitoring, alerting and escalating to improve the availability, scalability, latency and efficiency of TigerGraph’s cloud services;

 

About your background:

  • BS or MS Degree in Computer Science or equivalent technical field;
  • 3+ years experience on leading and managing an SRE team in cloud environment;
  • 8+ years site reliability engineering working experience;
  • Proficient with at least one of the following languages: Go, Java, Python;
  • Proficient with one IaC domain language: Terraform or its equivalents
  • Experience or familiarity with AWS, Azure or Google Cloud Platform.
  • Familiarity with cloud operations, experience or ability to respond to operational issues.
  • A self-starter multi-functional technical teams and decision makers.
  • Ability to work independently and mentor junior engineers;

Bonus Points

  • Good understanding on cloud networking and security;.
  • Familiarity with containerization technology such as Docker or Kubernetes.
  • Basic understanding and experience on compliance (such as SOC 2, PCI-DSS, GDPR, and HIPAA);

We are experiencing the hyper-growth stage to build the cutting edge graph database cloud service. If this opportunity interests you, please reach out to us and we’d be happy to share more with you.

 

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