Come Aboard!

We are looking for talented individuals to join us in our journey to disrupt the cloud-native space.
Sounds like you?

Grow with us

We are growing incredibly fast and are constantly pushing ourselves to the cutting edge of innovation, as a team and as individuals. That’s how, in one year, we’ve achieved:


Total investment from top VC’s


Increase in ARR


Hyper growth in 2 years

How we hire

We believe that recruiting is a mutual evaluation, and should be transparent, fair, and respectful of your time.

Step 1


Apply for your dream position and send your CV our way.

Step 2

Profile Screening

The hiring team will review your application and let you know if there’s a potential fit.

Step 3

2-4 Interviews

Meet your future manager and colleagues for professional and peer interviews.

Step 4


It’s all about the culture & people, this is the chance to get to know each other better!

Step 5


You did it! Our offer is headed your way. You’re one signature away from becoming a Komodorian!

Open positions

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  • Sales
  • Marketing

Come work with us! we are a diverse team of talented and driven individuals building the next-gen Kubernetes reliability platform

Want to explore future opportunities?

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