We are still in stealth mode
We are building a DataOS.
The data stack has evolved very quickly in the past decade and Formal's long-term vision is to become the governance layer for enterprise data, helping teams understand their organization's data schema in real-time, see where sensitive data is stored, and how it's consumed across the organization’s teams and services, all while staying compliant with data privacy regulations.
To our customers, Formal feels like magic, but under the hood, it’s a reverse proxy that speaks datastore protocols (such as Postgres, S3, Kafka) to inspect every single query and modify query results in real time.
Founded last year, we already have paying customers (Ramp, Trialspark, Modern Health) and strong traction.
We have raised over $5M from top-tiers VCs including Thrive Capital, Y Combinator. Our angel investors are top-notch startups executives and founders from Datadog, Clickhouse, Hex, LinkedIn, Vanta, and more.
As a Frontend Software Engineer at Formal, you will play a pivotal role in shaping our product and contributing to the growth of our company. With our vision of building a data operating system, the frontend development is at the heart of our strategy. This is an exciting opportunity for you to make a significant impact and be involved in various aspects of product development.
This role is full-time and open to remote candidates. Formal also has an NYC office in the heart of Silicon Alley.
Our tech stack includes:
At Formal we are on a mission to help companies have zero-data breaches. The data stack has evolved very quickly in the past decade but there is still a missing piece: the governance stack. Our long-term vision is to become the governance layer for enterprise data.
Formal is a data store security and governance layer that brings unified observability and access control to any data stack, at any scale, anywhere.
Formal is a SaaS technology startup founded in July 2021 which launched its SaaS product in Dec 2021. We already have paying customers and a very strong traction.