Environments as a service
We are looking for a Technical Product Marketing Manager to join our team at ReleaseHub, the leading platform for Environments as a Service for application dev teams. This is a full-time position with benefits, and it is based in our office in San Francisco, CA.
As our Technical Product Marketing Manager, you will be responsible for defining and executing the product marketing strategy for ReleaseHub. You will work closely with our product and engineering teams to understand the features and capabilities of our platform, and you will develop messaging and positioning that resonates with our target audience.
Benefits ReleaseHub offers a fantastic array of benefits including company-paid Health, Dental, and Vision. As an employee, you will receive a monthly spending allowance of $650 that can be used for items such as lunch, internet/phone utility, training, and office supplies at your discretion, along with a generous stipend to outfit your home office. As a 100% virtual company, we worry about team members doing their best work rather than where they do it.
About ReleaseHub ReleaseHub is the first EaaS (Environments-as-a-Service) Platform. Our mission is to give dev teams the simplest way to automatically create and manage ephemeral environments of complicated application infrastructures on every pull request. Our customers use us for staging environments, QA environments, developer environments, and running in production. Originally incubated at Y Combinator, ReleaseHub recently raised a $20M A-round led by CRV, Sequoia, and others. https://releasehub.com/blog/releasehub-20-million-series-a-led-by-crv
Every company that is building software has to manage environments. This is time consuming and takes away from building things customers want. Most companies have one or few staging environments that become bottlenecks as code must run in staging before releasing to production. Applications are also getting more and more complex and development is getting harder to do on your laptop. Release solves these problems by making repeatable environments for every developer on every Pull Request.