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\nOverview:\nLibrato is a unique cloud-based platform that helps companies collect, visualize, store and create alerts on large amounts of streaming data. Our staff of 15-20 people is located in San Francisco, and currently hiring in all areas. We have a start-up environment with the solid backing of our parent company SolarWinds (NYSE: SWI). SWI provides powerful and affordable IT management software for the enterprise to more than 100,000 customers worldwide. SWI has $500M in revenue, 40% growth year over year, and was rated America's #11 Best Small Companies in 2014. Together we offer application performance management for any environment, with unexpected simplicity.\n\n\nWe're currently growing the Integrations Team. Your charter would be to to expand our ecosystem of third-party integrations and open source clients. You ideally would have a software or operations engineering background and a desire to work with metrics and data services, be comfortable switching gears and projects and learning on the fly, and a track-record of being able to dive deep into difficult to solve problems. Customer service aptitude with excellent communication skills is required. \n\n\nYou would develop new service integrations for Librato involving but the following tasks and will vary according to project:\n\n\n* Design and develop new services that incorporate partner APIs\n\n* Wire in services with frontend UI\n\n* Write unit tests and perform QA for integration services\n\n* Collaborate with service partner representatives\n\n* Document new features for customers\n\n* Blog posts describing new services and features\n\n\n
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