Sysdig is the secure DevOps company, and we’re at the forefront of the container, Kubernetes, and cloud revolution. We are passionate, technical problem-solvers, continually innovating and delivering powerful solutions to confidently run cloud-native applications. Our consistent contributions to open source software projects reflect our commitment to the open cloud movement.
We value diversity and open dialog to spur ideas, working closely together to achieve goals. And we’re a great place to work too — we were awarded the 2021 Bay Area Best Places to Work Award from San Francisco Business Times and the Silicon Valley Business Journal. We are looking for team members who share our commitment to customers and are willing to dig deeper, understand problems and deliver innovative solutions. Does this sound like the right place for you?
We are looking for an open source engineer in Italy who brings creativity and a commitment to educating the community on securing Kubernetes and container environments with Falco, anchore and other open software solutions.
As an Open Software Evangelist, you will be responsible for developing authoritative content that addresses real problems around Falco, open source, and Kubernetes; as well as delivering the message at events.
You will also work across the team to guide others as they contribute to our content program. Our customers and prospects are technical, and you will need to understand the technology and speak the language of DevOps and security teams.
Kubernetes is quickly becoming the operating system for the cloud and you will have an opportunity to be part of the tremendous growth in this space. Sysdig is still a young company, with a unique opportunity. We are the only company that provides a single platform for secure DevOps — converging visibility and security. The largest companies rely on Sysdig to run cloud native at scale.
When you join Sysdig, you can expect:
Additionally, we offer a variety of benefits and perks, such as:
Some of our hiring managers are based internationally, an up to date CV in English would be appreciated.