Development of an API module of Akamai’s platform
Product Manager will join Akamai which is an american company with their biggest european office located in Kraków for almost a decade now. Being in charge of the content delivery network they support about 30% of the daily network traffic while managing about 260 thousands of servers located in more than hundred countries around the world. Akamai’s products and services are used by inter alia 30% of companies from Global 500. Therefore, Akamai’s customers include giants such as Apple and Microsoft, but also service providers present in our daily lives like HBO or BBC.
Currently, due to the products and services development Akamai is searching for a Product Manager in Kraków.
Product Manager will join the Edge Experience & Data Product team and will be responsible for the development of an API module of Akamai’s platform. At the moment there are over 1 300 APIs across and the key aspect of the Product Manager’s role is to define developer’s journey and APIs that are relevant.
As Product Manager you would work with max. 2 scrum teams globally – the stakeholders are primarily internal (product (development) and support teams). While working with engineering teams and other stakeholders, you will be responsible for making the product easy-to-use, data-centric and developer-first while contributing to the product strategy, roadmap and managing execution against the product plan.
Does a Product Manager’s role in Akamai sound like a place for you? Apply below – hope to talk to you soon! 🙂
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