Site Reliability Engineer at Gather
Atlanta, GA, US
Gather is a sales & marketing platform used by top venues across the US to manage and grow their private events business. We're a funded startup, and we're growing -- fast!
Bottom line: We need help building innovative software for an industry that is traditionally behind-the-curve when it comes to technology. That's where you come in.
Working at Gather means you’ll help our clients and their guests have a great experience planning life's special events. We've helped orchestrate tens of thousands of birthdays, rehearsals, launches, celebrations and any other kind of get-together you can imagine. All these events are powered by the software you'll contribute to on your first day.
Our Tech Stack:
Frontend products built with Angular.js, React & Ionic (mobile)
Node.js API running on Heroku
RethinkDB (NoSQL), Postgres & ElasticSearch clusters with RabbitMQ message queue
Container-based services using Docker & Kubernetes
Infrastructure managed across Amazon Web Services (AWS) & Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
What you'll be doing:
You will be responsible for ensuring the uptime and performance of Gather’s production infrastructure, which currently handles several million requests per day.
You will help manage various components of Gather’s system — including the API, databases, caching and job queues — across multiple cloud providers and third-party managed services.
You will work with other engineers and the product team to coordinate the testing and release of daily code updates.
You have experience operating a distributed, cloud-based, production-grade service – REST API, database clusters, testing, monitoring & security
You can successfully manage day-to-day tasks, long term projects and occasional emergencies, independently and as part of the team
You will thrive in a fast-paced environment that encourages experimentation, creative thinking and continual learning
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
Experience operating container-based services (Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift)