Workato is pioneering the future of work through intelligent automation and we're looking for a Distributed Systems Engineer to join our growing team. We’re committed to revolutionizing how integration is done, with investment from the biggest names in SaaS - Salesforce, Workday, and ServiceNow - and experienced leadership from companies like Oracle, Apple, Tableau, Microsoft, Uber and more. 

What is Workato?

  • Workato is short for Work Automation - Connect your apps, automate your work.

  • Workato is an Award-Winning, Cloud-Native, Intelligent Automation and Integration Platform (iPaaS).

  • Our product works! Recognized as a leader by both Gartner and Forrester, Workato is the only company that provides a self-service way to integrate and automate cloud and on-premise applications without compromising on power, security, and governance. 

  • We have 7000 customers globally and are growing rapidly.

Our Mission is to help companies integrate and automate at least 10X faster than with traditional tools and at a tenth of the cost of ownership.

Our Approach is to deliver an Enterprise Automation Platform that can be used by Business (like SalesOps, MarketingOps, Business Analysts, etc.) and IT, with the versatility to support wall-to-wall automation, powered by AI, ML, and Bots.

Position Summary

We are looking for a Distributed Systems Engineer with experience in building high-performing, scalable, enterprise-grade applications. You will be responsible for building API interfaces( for customers, UI team etc). You will be responsible for building high performance queuing/storage engine. You will collaborate with UI, connectivity and devops teams to come up with elegant solutions to complex problems. You will work in a polyglot environment where you can learn new languages and technologies whilst working with an enthusiastic team.

Responsibilities

  • Designing and developing high-volume, low-latency applications for mission-critical systems and delivering high-availability and performance

  • Add support for custom dynamic scaling rules for the Kubernetes cluster

  • Add new nodes to Kubernetes cluster using spot bidding

  • Contribute in all phases of the development lifecycle

  • Write well designed, testable, efficient code

  • Evaluate and propose improvements to existing system

  • Support continuous improvement by investigating alternatives and technologies and presenting these for architectural review

Requirements

Technical Skills

  • BS/MS degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related subject

  • 5+ years of industry experience

  • Experience in building distributed systems

  • Good understanding of Linux networking and security

  • Experience of working with public cloud infrastructure providers(AWS/Azure/Google Cloud)

  • Understanding of Kubernetes concepts

  • Experience with Terraform, Docker

  • Experience with Golang and databases such as PostgreSQL

  • Contributions to open source projects is a plus

Soft Skills

  • A hands-on approach to implementing solutions.

Why Workato?

At Workato, all full-time permanent employees will have the following Benefits. 

  • Travel Opportunities to our Global HQ - Mountain View, California and/or other locations for Trainings and Meetings 

  • Long-term prospects for a professional career

  • Flexible Work culture

  • Workato Stock Options at one of Silicon Valley’s fastest-growing startups

  • Pantry stocked with healthy snacks and drinks

  • Twice a week Team Lunch at work 

  • Free GP consultation and other Medical benefits

  • Discount on Gym Membership

  • Referral Bonus (customer / employee)

  • Performance Bonus (variable)

  • Company-sponsored team building events

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