At Cisco Meraki, we know that technology can connect, empower, and drive us. Our mission is to simplify technology so our customers can focus on what's most meaningful to them : their students, patients, customers, and businesses.
We’re making networking easier, faster, and smarter with technology that simply works.
The Developer Tools team at Meraki engineers tools, automation and processes that facilitate developers’ efficiency. We support the entire software development lifecycle (SDLC), including core developer tools and environments, build tools, code review, identity management, source version control, artifact management, CI / CD pipelines, education, and documentation.
Our customers are all engineers at Meraki.
We believe tools magnify our impact, multiply our collaboration, and free us to move fast. We take pride in creating a simple and powerful environment where engineers can easily, safely, and confidently experiment on and build great products.
We are passionate about building automated tools and extensible frameworks that facilitate the entire development and release lifecycle.
As a Release Engineer on the Developer Tools team you will be implementing build automation, packaging and containerization solutions, end-to-end CI / CD pipeline for automatic deployment for all products.
You will also be responsible for coordinating and performing the product releases into Meraki’s Federal and PCI environments.
Reliability, performance and developer experience are critical factors to our CI / CD pipelines which you will help monitor, operate, and improve.
As SREs at Meraki we are responsible for building and scaling the cloud that supports millions of Meraki devices across the world.
Meraki’s customer base has grown by a factor of 2-3 every year, serving more than 4 billion HTTP requests per day across eight datacentres.
Our customers depend on our products to run their critical infrastructure of network switches, security appliances, wireless APs and security cameras.
We embrace the *nix way, automate away tedious tasks and build infrastructure as code.
You are an ideal candidate if you :