The Core Systems team builds and operates Facebook's private cloud infrastructure, which is one of the largest cloud systems in the world, and tackles a wide range of problems like service discovery, cluster management, configuration management, deployment, disaster recovery, performance, and several others. You will be responsible for creating product vision and strategy for significant parts of Facebook's private cloud infrastructure with the goal of enabling high developer productivity among the rapidly growing engineering teams that rely on these services and tools to build and scale their applications. You will work with a cross-functional team to help create the next generation of service management products at Facebook, with a strong focus on user experience. You will have the opportunity to help one of Facebook's mission critical infrastructure teams build a robust and cohesive platform for our heterogeneous services ecosystem.
* Drive product vision and direction of our cloud infrastructure and help shape the future of the industry
Build relationships across Facebook engineering teams to understand gaps with existing products and services
Execute user sentiment analysis and user studies
Own and create comprehensive product specifications
Lead and collaborate on all business readiness activities including product testing, end user education, rollout, iteration and support
Develop product metrics to foster a culture of data driven decision making
* 5+ years experience building, delivering, and supporting cloud platforms, tools, services, and/or products
Technical experience with analytical tools, methodologies, and design
Experience working with leaders to drive business decisions
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