oso makes backend infrastructure security invisible for developers, and simple for ops. oso is a normalized and consistent interface to core security controls – authentication, authorization, end-to-end encryption, and auditing. And it works the same no matter where you run it – on bare metal, VMs, the cloud, containers, or even serverless.
WE ARE HIRING
oso is making backend infrastructure security not terrible for developers and ops. We are hiring a small number of sharp engineers who want to get involved on the ground floor and who have some combination of experience in and appetite for taking on these kinds of problems:
Low-level distributed systems, e.g., building lightweight proxies that manage requests asynchronously and deal with things like caching and network failures
Running an on-path production service, e.g., building a scalable and resilient service layer across multiple regions and cloud providers
Building an elegant experience for a highly technical end-user, e.g., making it easy and intuitive for an ops engineer to get up and running in <5 mins
We are building the product in Rust, which we think is both a good design choice for our use case and a fun choice for the team. The engineers who join now will not only have a disproportionately large impact on the product, but also on the culture and future of the company. Given the importance of these team members and magnitude of their contribution, they will get a meaningful equity position.