Open-source, dev-friendly observability.
HyperDX is looking for our first Founding Engineer to help build the next evolution of developer-first, open-source observability. You're someone who's excited to improve how developers fix production issues and rethink how observability products are built - from the ground up.
We're still incredibly early on our journey, but have already captured a huge amount of interest from the wider developer community, from reaching 5k Github stars, to the hundreds of teams signing up for HyperDX in the cloud.
If you haven't yet, you can learn a bit about our product and code via our Github repo.
The DX in our name stands for Developer Experience - optimizing for developers is core to our entire product and business.
It's currently just us the founders (Michael and Warren) - we're both deeply technical with a passion for building great developer tools on top of solid and scalable infrastructure.
We plan to continue scaling up the team to meet the incredible amount of customer demand we've had - and are well capitalized with many years of runway as part of that. On the technical end, you can learn more about our setup here in our contributing docs. In production we're running on AWS and Kubernetes.
We think there's an incredibly rewarding experience ahead in re-thinking how developers are empowered when they're tasked with their next bug ticket or paged for their next incident. If you've read this far, drop us a note about the most memorable incident you were part of!
HyperDX helps engineers figure out why production is broken faster by centralizing and correlating logs, metrics, traces, exceptions and session replays in one place. We're building the open source and developer friendly alternative to tools like Datadog and New Relic.