The Product Engineering Team
We have a monolithic application written in Scala and React that is deployed via Kubernetes, with MongoDB, and RabbitMQ for database and queueing. Our software is deployed on any cloud environment or on-prem. We integrate with many third-party apps, creating a seamless experience that allows data scientists to focus on the data, not on infrastructure, security, auditing, or deployment of their models.
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Team size and roles
- The Product Engineering team is made up of 35 people. Model Development is currently 5 engineers, plus an engineering manager, product manager, quality engineer, and UX designer. Data is currently 7 engineers, with an engineering manager, product manager, quality engineer, and UX designer.
- Model Train currently has 4 engineers, plus an engineering manager, product manager, quality engineer, UX designer, and we are slated for another engineer and an embedded site reliability engineer.
- PHaM is currently 16 engineers, 4 quality engineers, and a site reliability engineer, UX designer, product manager, engineering manager, and director.
Remote Work Policy
- We embrace a remote-first approach and hire engineers in the USA, Canada and Argentina.
- Scala, Go, React, Kubernetes. MongoDB and RabbitMQ for database and queueing. Our software is deployed on any cloud or on premises.
- We integrate with a lot of third-party apps, and create a seamless experience that allows data scientists the ability to focus on the data not on the infrastructure, security, auditing, or deployment of their models.
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How Domino Data Lab’s Solutions Architects Are Building the Future of Data Science
Whether helping to develop more effective drugs or providing cheaper health insurance, data science is an indisputable game-changer at the intersection of business and technology. As a staff solutions architect at Domino Data Lab, Nick Jablonski is directly empowering data scientists to solve the world’s most worthy challenges. Below, he discusses his role in the company and how team members have an opportunity to make a big impact.
Domino scales data science and its value with a centralized, modern platform that data scientists love and IT administrators trust. The result? Data science is unleashed to deliver transformative value across your organization and to your customers.
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