FedRamp Systems and Performance Engineering - Cisco Umbrella
Location:Waltham, Massachusetts, US
Additional Location(s)San Francisco, San Jose, Boston, SFO, SJC, BOS, Remote
Area of InterestEngineer - Software
Technology InterestSecurity, Software Development, Testing
Who You'll Work With:
At Cisco Umbrella (nee OpenDNS) we are starting the journey to run a fully FedRamp approved service for our US Federal customers and other customers with similar data sovereignty requirements. You will be one of the engineers helping shape this new offering, combining the world class services we have today, with expertise in security and policy to provide best-in-class DNS based services to customers in our FedRamp environment.
What You'll Do:
We are looking for engineers with experience running large, distributed systems both on bare metal and on cloud services (bonus points for Amazon Web Services.) Our systems process 250+ BILLION transactions per day, and you will be one of the first engineers bringing this service to our customers in a FedRamp approved environment. You will work with our current development, system engineering, and performance teams to understand the current architecture and moving pieces. You will utilize that learning and understanding to deploy our services into a new environment. You will contribute back learnings from the FedRamp environment to our development teams to improve the product for all of our customers while maintaining the necessary standards that set FedRamp apart from other commercial offerings.
Who You Are:
To join the team, you are going to want a background in Linux/BSD systems and operation. While it would be great if you already know something about the DNS, as long as you have a basic understanding and willingness to learn, we are always happy to teach new team members the ropes. We also want to know that you've been responsible for time sensitive, mission critical systems with a high attention to detail. Our services are the heart of the Cisco Umbrella product and we take ownership of that very seriously -- our internal and external SLOs are high. You have demonstrated all the necessary skills to build and run these systems over the course of your career -- this isn’t your first rodeo.