Infrastructure Engineer, Serverless Platform

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Build auto-scaling, pay-per-execution, event-driven apps on AWS Lambda


Our vision is to simplify software by expressing it as merely functions and events, while abstracting away infrastructure and its maintenance.
We started by helping developers build applications entirely with functions powered by serverless compute services (e.g., AWS Lambda) via the Serverless Framework, and inadvertently helped start a movement.
Now, we’re beginning the next chapter of this story and looking for senior infrastructure engineers to design and deliver next-generation infrastructure-as-a-service products to help developers and companies deploy large-scale serverless, event-driven architectures, easily.


    • Design and build a reliable, low-latency, high-throughput, large-scale IaaS platform, largely written in Go.
    • Use cutting-edge technologies such as AWS, Serverless Compute, Go, Docker & Terraform to architect our IaaS.
    • Automate safely deploying software, managing capacity and mitigating failures.
    • Share and spread your expertise through contributions to our blog and speaking at conferences.


    • Technical acumen – You are able to write high quality code in a programming language (e.g. Javascript, Scala, Go). and have a deep familiarity across the software stack, know large scale data, distributed systems, microservices, AWS, AWS Lambda, AWS Kinesis, Kafka, messaging/queuing systems, while understanding and respecting open-source.
    • Product sensibility – As an early stage company, we’re most interested in engineering leaders who understand how to craft raw software projects into compelling user-facing products.
    • Clear, enthusiastic communicator – Able to lead and inspire teams, customers and our general open-source community.
    • Entrepreneurial – Comfortable in a dynamic startup environment where change is constant and you will be largely self-guided.

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