Golang / Go Job: Senior Scaling Engineer (Remote)


Customer.io

Senior Scaling Engineer (Remote) at Customer.io

Portland, Oregon, United States   (Posted Mar 5 2015)
About the company
Customer.io is an email marketing platform for web and mobile apps. Our customers include Shopify, Shutterstock, The Economist, and over 580 others. We're building a distributed company. We started in NYC and moved the headquarters to Portland, Oregon. The engineering team you'll be joining is fully distributed. No two people are in the same location.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
We're looking for an experienced Engineer to help scale our service in order to stay ahead of our growth. You'll be joining our team of 11. We're a geo-distributed company, working across 5 different timezones.
You can be wherever you want to be.
We’re currently dealing with > 5 TB of event data stored in Riak and ESDB (our custom event storage system) as well 250 GB of customer data (and growing fast). Over 580 companies are currently relying on customer.io and we want the service to become more reliable for every customer as we continue to grow.
You’ll be responsible for:

* Removing points of failure
* Scaling our existing technologies
* Replacing technologies that won’t scale
* Working on operational issues with the services
* Building systems to monitor performance and up time of our services.

Skills & requirements
Experience with scaling distributed systems and working with large datasets is an asset, as well as Dev/Ops experience and comfort working in unix environments.

Instructions how to apply
Visit our jobs listing here to apply: http://grnh.se/x3smjc
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Company: Customer.io

Customer.io
@customerio
Location: Portland, Oregon, United States

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