Mission: Our mission is big; a once in a decade opportunity to be involved in a disruptive product. Our guiding light is to be able to solve our customer’s problems as they directly relate to our space.
We have a seasoned executive team, we’re ...
Join OpenView partner Mackey Craven and JumpCloud CSO Greg Keller, to find out how organizations can ensure that they’re scaling on a fundamentally secure foundation.
What You'll Learn:
- Why you should salt and one-way hash all end user accounts
- How to enforce full disk encryption across both Mac and Linux systems
- What resources you need MFA enabled for and how to make it less of a pain
- Why better network security means no more shared SSIDs and passwords
- How to keep it simple and scalable
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How Grab uses JumpCloud:
JumpCloud® Directory-as-a-Service® is Active Directory® and LDAP reimagined. JumpCloud securely manages and connects your users to their systems, applications, files, and networks.
JumpCloud manages users and their systems – whether Mac, Linux, or Windows – and provides access to cloud and on-prem resources such as Office 365™, G Suite, AWS™ cloud servers, Salesforce™, and Jira® among thousands of others. The same login also connects users to networks and file shares via RADIUS and Samba, respectively, securing your organization’s WiFi and file server access.
Leveraging cloud-based directory services, IT organizations can choose the best IT resources for their business, enabling users to be as productive as possible.
Interested in joining a once-in-a-decade opportunity to disrupt a multi-billion dollar market? Our mission is big and our team is expanding! We’re searching for the best in the business to design and build the next generation of identity management and directory software. If you enjoy creative problem solving, using the latest technologies in a supportive, fast-paced environment, JumpCloud® is the place for you.
We were recently ranked in the top 15 coolest startups to work for by Glassdoor, and in the top 10 Denver employer brands on Hired!
JumpCloud is searching for the best in the business when it comes to helping design and build the next generation of identity management and directory software. We’ve built a disruptive new technology called Directory-as-a-Service® and it is reinventing a two-decade-old monopoly, giving organizations freedom of choice with their IT solutions.
This is a great place to share and grow your expertise! If you enjoy solving challenging problems, using the latest technologies in a supportive, fast-moving, constant learning culture, JumpCloud is the place for you.
“JumpCloud has an amazingly welcoming and open culture. They are constantly creating bleeding edge technologies while helping ensure personal growth for employees, which leads to working with some amazingly cool and intelligent folks!”
“The engineering talent at JumpCloud is second to none. I am humbled by the team’s creativity and willingness to hone their craft. Everyone is passionate, dedicated and excited. All I can say is thanks to JumpCloud for letting me be part of this.”
“JumpCloud is an exceptional company! It’s rewarding to work on an innovative product with very talented people, who are also friendly, humble, and supportive. The work is challenging and the relaxed culture and benefits can’t be beat!”
I have been working at JumpCloud full-time (More than a year)
People (respectful of one another and fun crew)
Product (offering SaaS that is both valuable and needed)
Exciting to work at an innovative company that's changing the IT landscape
Growing pains (but that happens with all growing companies)
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at JumpCloud (Boulder, CO).
1. Apply with resume and brief info of why I would be a good fit for the role.
2. Hour long phone screen with internal recruiter.
3. Hour long phone screen with Director of Engineering
4. Coding Challenge
5. In Person Interview
a. 1 Hour team fit interview where they took me to lunch.
b. 1 Hour interview to discuss coding challenge
c. 1 Hour architecture interview
d. 15 minute wrap up with hiring manager.
6. Salary negotiation and accepted offer.
They had straightforward interview questions. It was apparent they trusted their coding challenge to evaluate my coding ability. They seemed to be more interested in how I communicated my thought process and how I discussed technical topics.
They seemed to really value high quality engineering practices over memorizing the fastest algorithmic solutions to the hardest leet-code questions.