PubMatic is the automation solutions company for an open digital media industry. Featuring the leading omni-channel revenue automation platform for publishers and enterprise-grade programmatic tools for media buyers, PubMatic’s publisher-first approach enables advertisers to access premium inventory at scale. Processing nearly one trillion ad impressions per month, PubMatic has created a global infrastructure to activate meaningful connections between consumers, content and brands. Since 2006, PubMatic’s focus on data and technology innovation has fueled the growth of the programmatic industry as a whole. Headquartered in Redwood City, California, PubMatic operates 11 offices and six data centers worldwide.
We create and optimize solutions for a rapidly growing mature Adtech business on a global scale. We work with distributed infrastructure, petabytes of data, and billions of transactions with no limitations on your creativity. You don’t have to always wait for an architect or manager to tell you what to work on; you will decide your priorities! Our tech hubs are located in Redwood City and Pune.
The Database Administrator will participate in the design, implementation, optimization and ongoing administration of our current MySQL and Hadoop infrastructure and operations. Our DBA team works hard to deliver top-notch support for all of the PubMatic’ s MySQL and big data functionality, scalability, availability, performance and reliability for both in-house and on-the-cloud deployments.
You will work with people, technical and non-technical alike, to understand their database needs and to help them understand what they're really trying to achieve. You're a company resource, providing best practices, guidelines, and feedback on internal tools working with MySQL. You have your finger on the pulse of the cluster, understanding when it is not working right and diving in to diagnose the problem before it becomes systemic.
You have a cool head under pressure. When a technical fire occurs, you understand that putting it out should always avoid collateral damage. When you cause a fire (as everyone inevitably does), you take responsibility for it and work with the team to figure out the right way to put that fire out. You believe blaming is a waste of time: when something goes wrong, you figure out why it happened and how to prevent it from happening again in the future. Better yet, you look for how things went right in the first place and improve upon those.
As a member of this team, you seek out feedback on your designs and ideas and provide the same to others. You constantly ask 'What am I missing?' and 'How will this NOT work?' You don't shy away from what you don't know; you readily admit that you don't know everything, and use every resource available to learn what you need to know.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.