Mission: Empower network professionals making network management simple and visual with transformational technology
You are often referred to as the hero of your network who everyone seeks out to solve the really tough network problems. You are a forward thinker, always looking for the next breakthrough in enterprise networking, obsessed with automation, virtualization and all things SDN. If you had access to a network automation platform that could help solve complex networking issues in half the time, you would be compelled to share this message – with everyone.
NetBrain's software is a game changer. The work we are doing is big and will impact the entire structure of enterprise networking and security. Bring your Networking expertise to NetBrain. Tackle the challenges that will change the future of Network Engineering.
Founded in 2004, NetBrain is the market leader disrupting the network automation space. Its ground-breaking automation platform leverages the power of dynamic maps to provide CIOs and network teams with end-to-end network visibility while enabling adaptive automation across the organization’s physical, virtual and software-defined networks. Today, over 1,500 of the world’s largest enterprises and managed services providers leverage NetBrain’s platform to automate network documentation, troubleshooting, and change management.
“NetBrain’s success is due to our people, and over the years, we have been fortunate to attract top talent because of our unique culture and exciting mission to transform the network management industry.” - Lingping Gao, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NetBrain
We offer a comprehensive total rewards package including: competitive salary, bonus plan, health, dental, and vision insurance, long-term and short-term disability, life insurance, and matching 401k plan.
Additional perks offered include unlimited snacks, gourmet coffee and tea, onsite fitness center, game room, free Friday lunch, and more!
Map Your Career at NetBrain!
NetBrain is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, with offices in Sacramento, CA, and Beijing, China. Please visit our Careers pages and check out opportunities that may fit your skills:
United States: https://us-careers-netbraintech.icims.com
The Walk for Hunger has been a tradition in Massachusetts since 1969. On the first Sunday in May, each year more than 40,000 Walkers and 2,000 Volunteers join together to make a difference in the lives of our neighbors by walking to raise money to feed those in need. NetBrain formed a team to walk starting in 2015 and have been an active participant every year since.
Special Olympics – Truck Pull
NetBrain has participated in the annual Humboldt truck pull to benefit the Special Olympics for the past four years by sponsoring a team. At the Humboldt truck pull held in Boston, teams of 10 go head to head in a race to pull three classes of large trucks (a Duck boat, 30ft. straight trailer, and an 18-wheel tractor trailer). Lowest combined time wins. After hosting a kickoff event in September where a representative from the Special Olympics visited the Burlington office, NetBrain hosted two teams in this past year’s event.
Thanks to NetBrain employees’ generous donations and NetBrain’s match, collectively donated over 570 pounds of food to the Burlington Food Pantry for local families in need over Thanksgiving 2015. Netbrain continues to be an active donator.
Thanks to NetBrain employees’ generous donations and NetBrain’s match, we collectively donated over 800 pounds of food to the Burlington Food Pantry for local families in need over Thanksgiving 2016.
Nepal experienced a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake that has killed more than 8,000 people and injured more than 17,500. More than 4,000 aid workers were sent to assist in rescue operations and provide medical support. With a long campaign of rebuilding ahead of them, as more than 350,000 homes have been damaged or completely destroyed, NetBrain contributed over $11,000 to help Nepal recover and rebuild. Both employees and the organization pitched in to provide funding for Nepal relief.
Globe Santa, a program of The Boston Globe Foundation, exists solely to deliver joy to local children by providing holiday presents to families in need throughout the Greater Boston area. The week before Christmas, NetBrain purchased $3000 worth of school supplies and employees got together during lunch to create 150 bags of supplies for children in the Greater Boston community.
For the past five holiday seasons, the city of Rancho Cordova has come together to provide assistance for the less fortunate and help many children in the community. The city holds a one day family event the week before Christmas where they provide a shopping mall for parents to select and wrap gifts for their children. The event also provides day care for young children, fun and games for older children, and a meal for all family members who attend! In addition to the gifts donated by the employees at our Sacramento location, NetBrain donated $500 to Christmas in Cordova to be used for gifts, meals, etc.
Good Cause Inc., based in Sacramento, is a Men’s Empowerment organization that has created a process to meet the physical needs of client beneficiaries through safe and sober supportive housing, educational, vocational, life skills job readiness providing resources and employment opportunities. Good Cause is operated by volunteers of the community and 100% of the revenue and funds go back into supporting the process. NetBrain contributed $5000 to Good Cause Inc. to further develop skills training programs and continue providing safe, sober living for its clients.
NetBrain donated $11,484 (€10,000) to the City of Munich’s Social Programs Agency, a special fund focused on direct benefits to the resettlement of refugees. All funds are used to procure emergency items for refugees such clothing, shoes, tents, subway tickets for schools and medical visits, etc.
Since 2007, NetBrain has been committed to helping the children at Zhiguang Special Education Training School to earn a better education and ultimately, a happier life. NetBrain’s on-going efforts include providing scholarships and supplying food, helping to make Zhiguang more like a home for those children with mental disabilities. In 2015 alone, NetBrain donated ¥182,500 or just under $28,000.
NetBrain and its employees have also donated $3,050 to benefit the Boston One Fund and 15100RMB to aid the relief efforts for Ya An city earthquake in Sichuan Province.
During the Holiday Season in 2014, Netbrain purchased gifts on behalf of its employees to wrap and donate to Christmas in the City, a non-profit organization that collects and distributes donated gifts from throughout the area and brings them to 5,000 homeless kids and 11,000 less fortunate kids in families living in the Greater Boston area.
I have been working at NetBrain Technologies full-time (More than 3 years)
Culture is one of a kind and reminds me of a start up containing nice people, fun atmosphere and leadership that cares about its employee base. One of the few companies in this area that is experiencing 45% growth and a product that has no competitors. Company is poised to become even better over the next 5 years. Company provided snacks, beverages, Friday catered lunches, comfortable office space. Worksite is close to highways, free parking, onsite gym/cafeteria and close to malls/restaurants/shops. Pay and bonus is above pay rates and competitive with other area companies.
Some growing pains like any other company experiencing the tremendous growth year over year.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing. The product is great and the company will become even better over time. Other reviews complain about management but I am not seeing anything to complain about seeing company revenue and growth are on the right track.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at NetBrain Technologies (Burlington, MA) in June 2017.
The interview process consisted of a phone call with HR recruiter followed up by an in person interview with 4 people. Separately - VP, team lead and two co workers.