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Cloud Engineer (Belfast)
Description

Nebulon are a cloud-defined storage company, headquartered in Fremont, California with a small and growing Belfast office. All four co-founders were early employees at 3PAR and led the company to a $2.4B acquisition and ultimately market share leadership.Early employees consist of top people from Google, DeepLearning.ai, Stanford University, Datrium and HPE/3PAR. As such they have a wealth of storage experience and are producing an innovative new product. We are hiring across our engineering organisation in Belfast, offering a unique opportunity to be involved from an early stage in helping to shape the product and be part of our open and inclusive culture. There are interesting problems to be solved from the UI, through to our cloud back-end, right down to the I/O layer.We are looking for motivated candidates who want to take ownership of designing and implementing the areas they are working on. This role is for a cloud engineer, who will develop our management software running in the cloud, which is written in Go and currently lives within AWS.

 

Key responsibilities
  • Design and build aspects of the on-device software of the Nebulon platform
  • Mentor junior staff and work with peers to ensure a positive and healthy work environment
  • Proactively contribute to the team culture

 

Essential skills
  • Experience of developing APIs
  • Experience of working in a cloud environment
  • Experience in database design and querying
  • Degree in computer science or other engineering discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Willingness to take responsibility for design and implementation
  • Experience with revision control (preferably Git)
  • Eligibility to live and work in the UK

 

Desirable skills
  • Familiarity with Go
  • Scripting (Shell/Python/Perl)
  • GraphQL
  • Experience of working within a Linux environment

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Cloud Engineer (Fremont, CA)
Description

We are looking for motivated candidates who want to take ownership of designing and implementing the areas they are working on. This role is for a cloud engineer, who will develop our management software running in the cloud, which is written in Go and currently lives within AWS.

 

Key responsibilities
  • Design and build aspects of the Nebulon cloud platform
  • Mentor junior staff and work with peers to ensure a positive and healthy work environment
  • Proactively contribute to the team culture

 

Essential skills
  • Experience of developing APIs
  • Experience of working in a cloud environment
  • Experience in database design and querying
  • Degree in computer science or other engineering discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Willingness to take responsibility for design and implementation
  • Experience with revision control (preferably Git)
  • Eligibility to live and work in the UK

 

Desirable skills
  • Familiarity with Go
  • Scripting (Shell/Python/Perl)
  • GraphQL
  • Experience of working within a Linux environment

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Cloud Operations Engineer (Seattle, WA)
DESCRIPTION

Contribute to the design, implementation, and operation of cloud-based management, telemetry, operations, and analysis software.  Write design documents and (primarily) golang code. Operate cloud infrastructure and participate in on-call support. In addition to these general responsibilities, this position has a focus on operations engineering and developer productivity:

  • CI/CD
  • Schema deployments
  • Monitoring/alarming
  • SRE

Nebulon is a cloud-defined storage company headquartered in Fremont, California with a small and growing Seattle office. All four co-founders were early employees at 3PAR and led the company to a $2.4B acquisition and ultimately market share leadership. Early employees consist of top people from Google, DeepLearning.ai, Stanford University, Datrium and HPE/3PAR. As such they have a wealth of storage experience and are producing an innovative new product. We are hiring across our cloud engineering organization in Seattle, offering a unique opportunity to be involved from an early stage in helping to shape the product, implementation, and tooling. We are looking for motivated candidates who want to take ownership of designing and implementing the areas they are working on. This role is for an engineer who will develop our management software running in the cloud, which is written in Go and currently lives within AWS.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Design and build aspects of the Nebulon cloud platform
  • Mentor junior staff and work with peers to ensure a positive and healthy work environment
  • Proactively contribute to the team culture
ESSENTIAL SKILLS
  • Experience developing APIs
  • Experience with one or more cloud providers (e.g., AWS)
  • Experience with RDBMS or NoSQL data and query design
  • Degree in computer science or other engineering discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Willingness to take responsibility for design and implementation
  • Experience with source control (preferably Git)
DESIRABLE SKILLS
  • Experience writing services at scale, i.e., for 100,000+ simultaneous clients
  • Familiarity with Go
  • Scripting (Shell/Python/Perl)
  • GraphQL
  • Linux experience

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Cloud Performance Engineer (Seattle, WA)
DESCRIPTION

Contribute to the design, implementation, and operation of cloud-based management, telemetry, operations, and analysis software.  Write design documents and (primarily) golang code. Operate cloud infrastructure and participate in on-call support. In addition to these general responsibilities, this position has a focus on system performance:

  • Select and instrument KPIs
  • Detect and prevent regressions
  • Drive performance improvements

Nebulon is a cloud-defined storage company headquartered in Fremont, California with a small and growing Seattle office. All four co-founders were early employees at 3PAR and led the company to a $2.4B acquisition and ultimately market share leadership. Early employees consist of top people from Google, DeepLearning.ai, Stanford University, Datrium and HPE/3PAR. As such they have a wealth of storage experience and are producing an innovative new product. We are hiring across our cloud engineering organization in Seattle, offering a unique opportunity to be involved from an early stage in helping to shape the product, implementation, and tooling. We are looking for motivated candidates who want to take ownership of designing and implementing the areas they are working on. This role is for an engineer who will develop our management software running in the cloud, which is written in Go and currently lives within AWS.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Design and build aspects of the Nebulon cloud platform
  • Mentor junior staff and work with peers to ensure a positive and healthy work environment
  • Proactively contribute to the team culture
ESSENTIAL SKILLS
  • Experience developing APIs
  • Experience with one or more cloud providers (e.g., AWS)
  • Experience with RDBMS or NoSQL data and query design
  • Degree in computer science or other engineering discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Willingness to take responsibility for design and implementation
  • Experience with source control (preferably Git)
DESIRABLE SKILLS
  • Experience writing services at scale, i.e., for 100,000+ simultaneous clients
  • Familiarity with Go
  • Scripting (Shell/Python/Perl)
  • GraphQL
  • Linux experience

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Cloud Security Engineer (Seattle, WA)
Description

Contribute to the design, implementation, and operation of cloud-based management, telemetry, operations, and analysis software.  Write design documents and (primarily) golang code. Operate cloud infrastructure and participate in on-call support. In addition to these general responsibilities, this position has a focus on security engineering:

  • Controlling and auditing internal access to customer data
  • Automatic configuration of access to systems based on role, team, and task
  • Management of PII information
  • Application security engineering
  • Infrastructure security

Nebulon is a cloud-defined storage company headquartered in Fremont, California with a small and growing Seattle office. All four co-founders were early employees at 3PAR and led the company to a $2.4B acquisition and ultimately market share leadership. Early employees consist of top people from Google, DeepLearning.ai, Stanford University, Datrium and HPE/3PAR. As such they have a wealth of storage experience and are producing an innovative new product. We are hiring across our cloud engineering organization in Seattle, offering a unique opportunity to be involved from an early stage in helping to shape the product, implementation, and tooling. We are looking for motivated candidates who want to take ownership of designing and implementing the areas they are working on. This role is for an engineer who will develop our management software running in the cloud, which is written in Go and currently lives within AWS.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Design and build aspects of the Nebulon cloud platform
  • Mentor junior staff and work with peers to ensure a positive and healthy work environment
  • Proactively contribute to the team culture
ESSENTIAL SKILLS
  • Experience developing APIs
  • Experience with one or more cloud providers (e.g., AWS)
  • Experience with RDBMS or NoSQL data and query design
  • Degree in computer science or other engineering discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Willingness to take responsibility for design and implementation
  • Experience with source control (preferably Git)
DESIRABLE SKILLS
  • Experience writing services at scale, i.e., for 100,000+ simultaneous clients
  • Familiarity with Go
  • Scripting (Shell/Python/Perl)
  • GraphQL
  • Linux experience

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Graduate Software Engineer (Belfast)
Description

Nebulon is pioneering smartInfrastructure — server-embedded, infrastructure software delivered as-a-service — which delivers the benefits of the public cloud experience on-premises, from core to edge for any application-containerized, virtualized or bare metal. For companies with a cloud-first strategy but with
critical applications that cannot move to the cloud, Nebulon smartInfrastructure brings the public cloud experience – including self-service infrastructure provisioning, infrastructure management-as-a-service — to on-prem application infrastructure while significantly reducing the cost of enterprise-class shared and local data services. Nebulon is headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices in Seattle, Wash., London, U.K. and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

We are hiring across our engineering organisation in Belfast, providing an opportunity to work for an exciting start-up with shipping product but still the ability to get involved at an early stage. As a small, but growing, local team we offer the chance to help shape the product and be part of our open and inclusive
culture. There are interesting problems to be solved from the UI, through to our cloud back-end, right down to the I/O layer. We are looking for motivated candidates who want to learn about our software stack and be able to take ownership of designing and implementing the areas they are working on.

This role is for a graduate software engineer, who will develop the software running on our hardware, which is a Linux platform running a custom I/O stack written in Go and C.

 

Key responsibilities
  • Design and build aspects of the on-device software of the Nebulon platform
  • Develop unit tests and work with QA to ensure integration test coverage of features
  • Work with peers to ensure a positive and healthy work environment, proactively contributing to our
    team culture

 

Essential skills
  • Degree in computer science or other engineering discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Knowledge of a C based language (C, C++, Objective C) or Go
  • Willingness to take responsibility for design and implementation
  • Some familiarity with basic Linux command line usage
  • Eligibility to live and work in the UK
 
Desirable skills
  • Experience with revision control (preferably Git)
  • Understanding of the principles of multithreaded code
  • Networking experience (TCP/IP)
  • Experience of development for a Linux target (e.g. AWS or Raspberry Pi)
  • Scripting (Shell/Python/Perl)

 

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Graduate QA Engineer (Belfast)
Description

Nebulon is pioneering smartInfrastructure — server-embedded, infrastructure software delivered as-a-service – which delivers the benefits of the public cloud experience on-premises, from core to edge for any application-containerized, virtualized or bare metal. For companies with a cloud-first strategy but with
critical applications that cannot move to the cloud, Nebulon smartInfrastructure brings the public cloud experience — including self-service infrastructure provisioning, infrastructure management-as-a-service — to on-prem application infrastructure while significantly reducing the cost of enterprise-class shared and local data services. Nebulon is headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices in Seattle, Wash., London, U.K. and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

We are hiring across our engineering organisation in Belfast, providing an opportunity to work for an exciting start-up with shipping product but still the ability to get involved at an early stage. As a small, but growing, local team we offer the chance to help shape the product and be part of our open and inclusive
culture. There are interesting problems to be solved from the UI, through to our cloud back-end, right down to the I/O layer. We are looking for motivated candidates who want to learn about our software stack and be able to take ownership of designing and implementing the areas they are working on.

This role is for a graduate QA engineer, with opportunities available for testing our product from the I/O layer through our APIs all the way to the cloud based management functionality.

 

Key responsibilities
  • Produce test plans for various aspects of functionality of the Nebulon platform
  • Design and automate tests so they can be integrated into our CI/CD systems
  • Work with development to ensure comprehensive test coverage
  • Work with peers to ensure a positive and healthy work environment, proactively contributing to our team culture

 

Essential skills
  • Basic scripting in Shell/Python or Perl
  • Degree in computer science or other engineering discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Some familiarity with basic Linux command line usage
  • Willingness to take responsibility for design and implementation
  • Eligibility to live and work in the UK
 
Desirable skills
  • Experience with revision control (preferably Git)
  • Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery experience

 

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Systems Engineer (Fremont, CA)
Description

We are hiring across our engineering organization in Fremont, offering a unique opportunity to be involved from an early stage in helping to shape the product and be part of our open and inclusive culture. There are interesting problems to be solved from the UI, through to our cloud back-end, right down to the I/O layer. We are looking for motivated candidates who want to take ownership of designing and implementing the areas they are working on.
This role is for a systems engineer, who will develop the software running on our hardware, which runs a custom I/O stack written in Go and C.

 

Key responsibilities
  • Design and build aspects of the on-device software of the Nebulon platform
  • Mentor junior staff and work with peers to ensure a positive and healthy work environment
  • Proactively contribute to the team culture

 

Essential skills
  • Experience of writing and testing multithreaded code
  • Knowledge of a C based language (C, C++, Objective C) or Go
  • Degree in computer science or other engineering discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Willingness to take responsibility for design and implementation
  • Experience with revision control (preferably Git)
  • Eligibility to live and work in the UK

 

Desirable skills
  • Networking experience
  • Experience of development for a Linux target • Designing for high availability + fault tolerance • Scripting (Shell/Python/Perl)

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QA Engineer (Belfast)
Description

Nebulon are a smartInfrastructure company, headquartered in Fremont, California with a small and growing Belfast office. All four co-founders were early employees at 3PAR and led the company to a $2.4B acquisition and ultimately market share leadership.

We are hiring across our engineering organisation in Belfast, offering a unique opportunity to be involved from an early stage in helping to shape the product and be part of our open and inclusive culture. There are interesting problems to be solved from the UI, through to our cloud back-end, right down to the I/O layer.

We are looking for motivated candidates who want to take ownership of designing and implementing the areas they are working on. This role is for a QA engineer, with opportunities available for testing our product from the I/O layer through our APIs all the way to the cloud based management functionality.

 

Key responsibilities
  • Produce test plans for various aspects of functionality of the Nebulon platform
  • Design and automate tests so they can be integrated into our CI/CD systems
  • Work with development to ensure comprehensive test coverage
  • Mentor junior staff and work with peers to ensure a positive and healthy work environment
  • Proactively contribute to the team culture

 

Essential skills
  • Scripting (Shell/Python/Perl)
  • Degree in computer science or other engineering discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Willingness to take responsibility for design and implementation
  • Experience of working within a Linux environment
  • Experience with revision control (preferably Git)
  • Eligibility to live and work in the UK

 

Desirable skills
  • Performance testing experience
  • Experience of scalability testing
  • Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery experience

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UI Engineer (Belfast)
Description

Nebulon is a smartInfrastructure company, headquartered in Fremont, California with a small and growing Belfast office. All four co-founders were early employees at 3PAR and led the company to a $2.4B acquisition and ultimately market share leadership.

We are hiring across our engineering organisation in Belfast, offering a unique opportunity to be involved from an early stage in helping to shape the product and be part of our open and inclusive culture. There are interesting problems to be solved from the UI, through to our cloud back-end, right down to the I/O layer.

We are looking for motivated candidates who want to take ownership of designing and implementing the areas they are working on. This role is for a UI engineer, who will design and develop our customer facing front end user web interface.

 

Key responsibilities
  • Design and build aspects of the user interface for the Nebulon platform
  • Mentor junior staff and work with peers to ensure a positive and healthy work environment
  • Proactively contribute to the team culture

 

Essential skills
  • Knowledge of a modern JS framework (Vue preferred)
  • Knowledge of CSS
  • Degree in computer science or other engineering discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Willingness to take responsibility for design and implementation
  • Experience with revision control (preferably Git)
  • Eligibility to live and work in the UK

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Principal Product Manager (Silicon Valley, CA)
Description

Nebulon is pioneering smartInfrastructure—server-embedded, infrastructure software delivered as-a-service—which delivers the benefits of the public cloud experience on-premises, from core to edge for any application—containerized, virtualized or bare metal. For companies with a cloud-first strategy but with critical applications that cannot move to the cloud, Nebulon smartInfrastructure brings the public cloud experience—including self-service infrastructure provisioning, infrastructure management-as-a-service—to on-prem application infrastructure while significantly reducing the cost of enterprise-class shared and local data services. Nebulon is headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices in Seattle, Wash., London, U.K. and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

We are looking for a Principal Product Manager to join and be part of our dynamic and growing Nebulon team. You will own and drive the definition and execution of next generation of smartInfrastructure platforms and services. You will be the point person to help identify target market segments and use-cases, research unmet customer needs, and drive compelling roadmap.

Responsibilities
  • Define product strategy and roadmap for Nebulon data plane services
  • Evaluate industry/technology trends, customer trends, competitive analysis and work with cross-functional team to define roadmap
  • Write detailed market requirements documents (MRDs) and actionable product requirement documents (PRDs) for each release
  • Coordinate with cross functional teams (engineering, operations, forecasting, finance, program management, marketing, etc.) to drive NPI and in-market roadmap execution
  • Evaluate and adjust pricing for new and in-market product offerings
  • Own the definition and management of SKUs for the platforms owned in coordination with cross-functional teams
  • Track, manage, and report on KPIs on an ongoing basis
  • Provide ongoing field support to address questions and assist with large deals
  • Drive field and partner enablement in collaboration with marketing and enablement teams
  • Build and maintain compelling internal and external facing collateral in collaboration with outbound teams
Experience
  • BS or MS in Computer Science or related field is required. MBA preferred
  • 5+ years of product management experience in enterprise data center systems products, hardware platforms/appliances, compute servers, or related offerings
  • Demonstrated ability to innovate, build and launch successful products
  • Attention to detail in executing complex projects with cross-functional dependencies
  • Strong organizational skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, including experience in high-level business discussions
  • Proven ability to deliver on commitments
  • Strong problem solving and analytical thinking skills
  • Aptitude to influence cross-functional teams without formal authority
  • High energy and excellent teamwork skills

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Sales & Revenue Operations Manager (Silicon Valley, CA)
Description

Nebulon is pioneering smartInfrastructure—server-embedded, infrastructure software delivered as-a-service—which delivers the benefits of the public cloud experience on-premises, from core to edge for any application—containerized, virtualized or bare metal. For companies with a cloud-first strategy but with critical applications that cannot move to the cloud, Nebulon smartInfrastructure brings the public cloud experience—including self-service infrastructure provisioning, infrastructure management-as-a-service—to on-prem application infrastructure while significantly reducing the cost of enterprise-class shared and local data services. Nebulon is headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices in Seattle, Wash., London, U.K. and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Sales & Revenue Operations is a critical interdisciplinary position responsible for the infrastructure, process, & execution excellence for the teams who make up the Nebulon customer-facing organization (Sales Development, Sales, Customer Success, Marketing), as well as the Finance (Accounts Receivable, Revenue Accounting), Legal and various Operations teams.

As Nebulon’s Sales & Revenue Operations leader, you will be responsible for scaling the Sales/Revenue Operations function and maximizing revenue growth through the development, implementation, & ongoing maintenance of sales processes, programs, systems, & initiatives. The ideal candidate will have a high attention to detail, effective communication skills, has worked in a fast-paced, rapidly growing organization, and has a broad spectrum of sales metrics, processes, & tools.

 

Key Roles & Responsibilities
  • Responsible for all aspects of setting up, overseeing and processing Sales Orders
  • Ensure orders are processed in a timely and accurate manner with minimal order discrepancies, collaborating with Sales, Sales Ops, and Entitlement teams as necessary
  • Own all systems & tools related to our sales processes with SFDC as our central hub
  • Identify any non-standard contract terms and collaborate with the Revenue Accounting team to ensure appropriate revenue recognition
  • Partner with Sales to assist with structuring strategic deals as it relates to billing or revenue
  • Understand the impact of the overall construct of software licenses, royalties and renewal deals may have on bookings, ARR and revenue recognition
  • Implement customer lifecycle management strategies to track customer relationships from lead generation to customer retention & revenue growth
  • Oversee lead distribution & management in collaboration with marketing & sales
  • Design, implement, & manage forecasting, planning, & productivity processes

 

Education/Essential
  • Bachelors degree minimum, MBA preferred
  • 8+ years in Sales or Revenue Operations
  • Advanced expertise in Salesforce.com required
  • Familiarity with ZoomInfo / DiscoverOrg, SalesForce CPQ, Clari & other SaaS Sales Tools preferred
  • Familiarity with Netsuite and general accounting principles is a plus
  • Experience with a fast-growing SaaS Business and/or OEM-based route-to-market
  • Demonstrated ability to structure complex problems & drive solutions cross-functionally
  • Ability to create & foster a high performing & metrics driven environment
  • Strong written & verbal communication

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Sr. Sales Development Representative (Silicon Valley, CA)
Description

Nebulon is pioneering smartInfrastructure—server-embedded, infrastructure software delivered as-a-service—which delivers the benefits of the public cloud experience on-premises, from core to edge for any application—containerized, virtualized or bare metal. For companies with a cloud-first strategy but with critical applications that cannot move to the cloud, Nebulon smartInfrastructure brings the public cloud experience—including self-service infrastructure provisioning, infrastructure management-as-a-service—to on-prem application infrastructure while significantly reducing the cost of enterprise-class shared and local data services. Nebulon is headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices in Seattle, Wash., London, U.K. and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Sales Development Representatives (SDRs) are responsible for identifying and creating new qualified sales opportunities in Target Accounts for their regional Account Executives. The SDR will become a trusted resource and develop relationships with prospects, acting as the initial point of contact. This role will be primarily focused around researching the Target Accounts in your territory and performing outreach through emails, calls, and social media. You will have the opportunity to be closely mentored and professionally developed by more seasoned sales professionals.

Key Roles & Responsibilities
  • Promoting and marketing business through extensive and persistent cold calling, emails and communication(s) to prospective clients
  • Scheduling Initial Prospecting Meetings for the Sales Team
  • Providing in depth information to the Sales team to enable the most qualified and productive demos
  • Researching and evaluating additional leads/prospects through web research
  • Working together with the Sales Director to grow a specific sales territory
  • Working with the Sales Director to support the acquisition of new accounts in the region
  • Help as needed to build awareness on special projects / events
  • Maintaining all contacts/opportunities and recording all progress in Salesforce

 

Experience
  • Bachelors degree minimum
  • 2-3 years of inside sales or sales development related sales experience
  • Knowledge of Salesforce.com required
  • Familiarity with LinkedIn Sales Navigator, ZoomInfo / DiscoverOrg, and dialer software is preferred
  • Proven track record articulating a product selling points via phone and email
  • Ability to assist in coordinating sales functions including prospecting and leads research
  • Positive attitude and demonstrated ability to deal with rejection
  • Strong oral and written communication skills along with excellent listening skills
  • Ability to develop rapport, influence others and maintain strong working relationships
  • Demonstrated ability to explain complex issues clearly and simply
  • Must be self-motivated, persistent, and able to work independently

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