The New York Times is looking for an experienced engineer to work on our Observability/Software Quality initiative.
You will promote and implement observability strategy across 100+ microservices at The New York Times. From collecting telemetry data to making system health visible, you will develop the systems that help reporters, engineers, and executives use data to improve the health of our services. This role reports to the manager of Observability Engineering.
Remote candidates are welcome!
We are a New York-based engineering organization with a remote-friendly workplace that includes engineers around the world.
We’re looking for someone with experience using observability data to debug systems, to reduce the frequency and length of production incidents, and to provide a cohesive overall view of systems health.
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