Provides IT performance management for the cloud era.
The name ThousandEyes was born from two big ideas: the power to see things not ordinarily possible and the ability to collect insights from a multitude of vantage points. As organizations rely more on cloud services and the Internet, the network has become a black box they can't understand. ThousandEyes gives organizations visibility into the now borderless network, arming them with an accurate understanding of how the network impacts their applications, users and customers. ThousandEyes is used by some of the world's largest and fastest growing brands, including all of the top 5 global software companies, 5 of the top 6 US banks, and 45 of the Fortune 500. ThousandEyes is backed by Sequoia Capital, Sutter Hill Ventures, Tenaya Capital, Google Ventures and Salesforce Ventures, with headquarters in San Francisco, CA.
Engineering at ThousandEyes
At ThousandEyes, we use cutting-edge technologies and innovative techniques to study and visualize networks on a global scale.
ThousandEyes engineers are focused on continuous improvement -- of our product, our codebase, our knowledge, and our skills. We believe in innovation, simplicity, and elegance. We work in small, cross-functional teams where everyone has a voice.
About the Role
As a Software Engineer focused on distributed systems, you will be contributing to our data collection and processing infrastructure. This includes the set of Java microservices that processes the data collected from our global footprint of agents.
Apply for this role if you:
Are a fast learner
Are comfortable working with new technologies
Have 2+ years of Java development experience
Have excellent software design skills
Have experience with streaming architectures, in particular Kafka
Senior roles are available to those who have any of the following:
An advanced degree in a relevant area
Significant work experience with large Java applications or distributed data collection systems
Bonus points if you have a deep understanding of network protocols such as TCP/IP, DNS, and BGP, or have worked with any of the other technologies in our stack:
Java (Spring Framework)