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The Engineering Manager, Scalability:Projections directly manages an engineering team that is responsible for GitLab.com at scale. The team is responsible for the processes and systems that support the Error Budget and Capacity Planning activities for GitLab.com. Our focus is on using data to understand system growth and sharing this information with the development engineers that are responsible for building GitLab.
The Scalability Group mandate is described in this handbook page. This page of the handbook offers more specifics on the Projections team that consists of both Backend Engineers and Site Reliability Engineers.
This role reports into the Senior Engineering Manager for the Scalability Group.
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Learn more about the Engineering Management - Infrastructure roles, including compensation at the engineering management - infrastructure page.
Learn more about the team, including the team vision, key metrics, etc., in the team handbook.
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