A typical day in the life of a Cloud and Ecosystem Senior Product Manager might include:
- Owning our Cloud Connectivity and Ecosystem roadmap. Working with stakeholders to prioritize features on the roadmap with ruthless reduction of user friction.
- Keeping projects on schedule and within the agreed budget.
- Gaining a thorough understanding of underlying unit economics, producing financial models, and conducting analysis of marketing pricing to determine product pricing.
- Working with marketing and stakeholders and creating go to market strategies for new products, coordinating and communicating these plans across the company.
- Creating training for the sales team on new products.
- Creating competitive analysis against other products in the industry.
- Talking to end users to be their voice in the company on product and features.
- Researching additional ideas you may have to improve the platform overall and sharing with the product, software, and network teams.
Skills & Requirements
The candidates who will excel in this role probably have a strong technical background and likely have a CS degree, along with a good dose of cloud knowledge, and naturally gravitate towards planning and creating amazing products.
- 7+ years of experience in product management or business development role.
- Previous experience in a technical role such as networking engineering or software engineering
- Strong understanding and experience with data center colocation and cloud infrastructure markets including IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS
- Experience working with Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform from both a technical and business perspective.
- Ability to identify and translate emerging trends into product strategy, features, and enhancements
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Passionate about driving decisions with data
- Experience creating key performance metrics, and financial business intelligence to enable decisions throughout the company.
- The mindset to automate everything, all the time.
- Never afraid to question notions or beliefs of how things should be done.
- Present, advocate and evangelize the company’s solutions in customer meetings and conferences.
- Ability to thrive working independently, cross-functionally, and in a 100% remote organization.
Solid understanding of edge networking, interconnection, peering, and related networking strategies
About PacketFabric, Inc.
What PacketFabric doesn’t offer:
- Lack of direction: we maintain a clear roadmap and product pipeline.
- Pre-meetings: we don’t hold meetings to plan other meetings.
- A commute: no hours wasted in megaregion rush hour traffic.
- A dress code: a robe and slippers is acceptable attire any day of the week.
What PacketFabric does offer:
- The chance to disrupt the entrenched Internet infrastructure industry.
- A supportive and optimistic team that likes to learn from each other.
- A product development pipeline that’s always pushing new features and enhancing the quality of existing products.
- The opportunity to work with many different technologies.
- The opportunity to work with lots of open source technology.
- A small company culture.
- Health, dental, and 401(k) for US residents.