At Corellium, we create virtual models of mobile phones and other smart devices to eliminate barriers to testing and development. Our goal is to ensure engineers are well-equipped to research, work, and test on Arm-based technologies — whether that's testing a mobile banking app at scale, creating software for a new smart car, or looking for security flaws in the latest router firmware.
We’re on the lookout for a Site Reliability Engineer to join the Corellium engineering team. It’s a full-time, remote role, focused on measuring and improving the availability, reliability, performance, and capacity of our products.
The problem with the current ecosystem is that physical devices don't scale and emulators don’t provide a true native experience. The solution: virtual devices. We create virtual models of Arm-based devices and run them on Arm servers, combining the fidelity of a real device with the convenience and scale of the cloud.
These devices run on top of our proprietary custom hypervisor, purpose-built to model complex peripherals and chipsets. From rapid hardware prototyping to advanced security testing, our groundbreaking platform accelerates development work on Arm technologies.
Many of our customers and the press have described our product as magic.
We’re looking a
skilled Site Reliability Engineer to help us build, maintain, and
troubleshoot our rapidly expanding infrastructure.
We primarily use NodeJS and Bash, and git and Docker.
We use Amazon Web Services for infrastructure, and practice
infrastructure-as-code with Terraform.
As a fully remote team, we
rely on a lot of tools to make asynchronous work efficient. At the
moment, we’re using Slack, Zoom, Jira, and Confluence.
Most of our team is United
States business hours, so strong preference will be given to candidates in those time zones. However, if
you’re somewhere else and
you’re a great communicator and asynchronous worker, don’t be