About Reynen Court
Reynen Court is redefining how applications are sourced, deployed and managed by law firms and in-house legal departments. By deeply leveraging Kubernetes and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) ecosystem, we are building a two-sided, multi-cloud enterprise application platform that enables our partner vendors to deliver legal tech apps in an agile manner and that allows our customers to consume these applications securely and at scale by bringing compute to data. We are doing for enterprise legal tech what the app store did for consumer tech.
If that sounds ambitious, it is! But we are not alone on this journey. Reynen Court is backed by two consortia: a law firm consortium consisting of twenty of the largest law firms in the world spanning three continents (North America, Europe and Asia), and a corporate legal department consortium of twenty companies including some of the most well-known banks and technology companies in the world.
We have more than 200 partner vendors actively engaged with us, a growing list of applications that are delivered via the platform, and more than twenty enterprise customers actively using our platform. Our investors include four major global law firms (Clifford Chance, Latham & Watkins, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, and Nishimura & Asahi), and the well-known venture capital fund Ventech. Go here to read what others are saying about Reynen Court.
Having found our product/market fit, we are now building the next generation of our platform: more agile, and more scalable.
The Reynen Court platform consists of several microservices that run on Kubernetes clusters. Together these microservices enable the creation of Kubernetes clusters (on Azure, AWS and on-premises), submission and testing of applications by partner vendors, deployment of vendor applications on Kubernetes clusters, management of day 2 operations of these applications, as well as a marketplace for evaluating and purchasing applications.
One part of the platform (the hub) runs as a multi-tenant instance on AWS and is directly managed by Reynen Court. The other part (the controller) runs as as single-tenant instances on infrastructure chosen by the customer (on-prem, Azure or AWS), and is managed by either the customer or by Reynen Court based on the customer’s license type.
We are looking for a site reliability engineer who will own the management of our infrastructure and services, and as the subject matter expert serve as the point of escalation for customer issues.
This position reports to our Chief Product and Technology Officer.
We believe what we are building is unique and amazing. Here are some reasons why you might want to join us on this exciting journey.
First and foremost, we are looking for a teammate who is bright, inquisitive, reliable, a self-starter and a team player.
To be successful in this role you will need to have the following qualifications:
When applying, we will appreciate if you could provide a brief cover letter along with your CV. In your cover letter please try to address why you find this role exciting, and how your qualifications matchup with the requirements for the role.