Observability Analyst at Logz.io | Powderkeg

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Employment Type: Full-Time

Team: Integration

Logz.io provides the best of breed, open-source observability platform, and as such we’re looking for the best Observability Analysts to join us! We’re looking for a tech enthusiast, who is passionate about learning and understanding new technologies, integrating open source tools and analyzing daya. You’ll have to be a team player, as this role is highly dynamic and requires collaboration with other analysts, software developers, product managers and customer-facing engineers. As an Observability Analyst you will learn how to launch, instrument and monitor the latest technologies the market has to offer, in order to extract important data about their performance and present it in smart and meaningful dashboards. Your work will impact thousands of Logz.io users and will enable them to operate, grow and troubleshoot their working environment!


  • Launching technologies’ services and environments, and extracting their data.
  • Analyzing operational data (logs, metrics and traces) of different technologies, to get relevant insights.
  • Design, create and maintain relevant content (visualizations and alerts).


  • **Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, Statistics, Mathematics or a related field **
  • 4 years in a technical data analyst position
  • **Strong analytical skills and ability to dive into dashboards queries **
  • Passion for technology Self-motivated, proactive approach and ability to learn and work well with little direct supervision.
  • Ability to quickly learn new technologies and adapt to changing priorities.
  • Excellent communication skills Experience with visualization tools like Kibana, Grafana or Splunk
  • Working knowledge with cloud providers (AWS, Azure…), Docker or Kubernetes
  • Knowledge in python development - a plus
Job Summary
  • Job Title
    Observability Analyst
  • Company
  • Location
  • Employment Type
    Full time
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