Scalyr's mission is to build the best tool for engineers to understand their operational systems. We want to make it fast, scalable, and reliable, all the while making sure it's easy to learn and use.
We organize our daily work in a way that minimizes stress and maximizes happiness, and we want an office environment that's fun, fulfilling, and smart.
In many ways, we're quite different from the 'typical' Silicon Valley tech company that you've likely read about. The tenets of Scalyr work life include:
We're currently hiring for the following roles:
We're a team of engineers and entrepreneurs with years of DevOps experience and we know what it's like to be on call, get an alert, and not have enough information to track down the problem. So we decided to fix that. And here we are.
Steve is a lifelong engineer and entrepreneur and has founded multiple successful startups, including Writely (acquired by Google to become Google Docs). He's an avid science fiction reader, walker, power-napper, and still finds time to be a prolific software engineer. Steve studied Mathematics at the University of Michigan and received his Master's in CS at Stanford.
Steve(n) works across the Scalyr stack and leads front- and back-end engineering. He was a senior engineer at Google for 8 years and back-end technical lead for large projects including Picasa Web Albums (Google Photos) and Google Drive. He loves European-style board games, his wonderful wife, and their new house.
Claudia is an expert at design, usability, and making complex interfaces feel effortless. She was a co-founder at Writely, after which she worked as an engineer at Google for 4 years. Her superpower is that she can resist chocolate (...because she hates it.)
Noah is a veteran entrepreneur, product designer, UX geek, web marketer, and self-taught developer. He knows a thing or two about fast cars and has an unexpected passion for DevOps. He's an avid (obsessive?) cyclist and was born and raised in NYC. Noah received his Bachelor's in Management Science at MIT.
Chris is responsible for infrastructure and also writes code across the stack. He has extensive industry experience in e-commerce, biotech, and fintech. In past lives, he led the software platform team at SigFig and co-founded an informatics startup. He grew up skiing and biking in the Utah mountains and is still very much an outdoors enthusiast.
Casey leads the sales and customer success operations at Scalyr. He has been a successful leader and individual contributor at companies such as Fortinet, VMware, and Datameer. On the weekends you will find Casey being a dad, husband and occasional pilot (weather permitting).
John Hart works on the Scalyr backend. After receiving his BS in Symbolic Systems from Stanford, John was chief architect at Personify, one of the first big data companies for the web. He then founded iHance, wrote one of the top apps on Salesforce's AppExchange, and sold the company to InsideSales in 2014. When deciding on his next venture, John realized that Scalyr - which he'd used and loved for years - was the perfect fit.
Rourke heads up our marketing efforts and got his start as a programmer and consultant working with highly technical products. Since moving to marketing, he's successfully launched products for major technology companies including TIBCO Software, Twilio, and RMS. On the weekends you'll find him teaching his son and daughter to ski and climb.
Sam is a VP of Engineering at Google. Previously he was SVP of Engineering at Box, a Senior Engineering Director at Google, a principal at Google Ventures, and the co-founder of six startups.
Michael is an entrepreneur, investor, and privacy advocate known for pioneering the industry of online reputation management. He is the founder and Executive Chairman of Reputation.com and has co-founded several other startups. He's a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer, and, most importantly, is the creator of Femto-Management. He holds a JD from Harvard Law and a Bachelor's from Harvard College.
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