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CloudHealth Overview

Boston, MA (US)
201 to 500 employees
VMware
2012
Company - Private
IT Services
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Unknown
Unite and automate your cloud with a platform built to save serious time and money. With unparalleled visibility, intuitive optimization and rock-solid governance practices, CloudHealth is redefining cloud management. The Cloudhealth platform enables enterprises and MSPs to ... Read more

Mission: We have incredible technology and we’re growing fast! We’re adding new customers every day (and new employees every week) on our quest to solidify and expand our position as the premier Cloud Service Management leader in the market. As one of the Boston ... Read more

CloudHealth Reviews

  • Helpful (1)

    "Great career opportunity but the company values and ethical culture fails to live up to expectations."

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    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Senior Member of Technical Staff in Boston, MA (US)
    Current Employee - Senior Member of Technical Staff in Boston, MA (US)
    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at CloudHealth full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    The technology and business growth of the public cloud market is an extremely exciting place to build new functionality that has an immediate impact on customers. CloudHealth has an excellent customer focus and their push to be leaders in the markets means that they have just as much of a focus on technology and development. As part of the larger VMware corporation you will have so many opportunities to progress your knowledge and career.

    Cons

    I was harassed by a co-worker in a way that I consider to be an extreme violation of my privacy and HR refused to take action because it happened outside of the office. After going to the police and continuing to attempt to raise the issue with management I am left with very few options to remedy the situation and feel that I am being forced to leave my job in search of a new one as nothing has occurred to even get my co-worker to assume responsibility for their actions.

    Advice to Management

    Management should treat all harassment claims between employees equally regardless of the setting, specifically the location.

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CloudHealth Photos

CloudHealth photo of: Our employees at AWS: ReInvent are heading home after several days of showcasing our awesome platform to Amazon's largest customers!
CloudHealth photo of: CloudHealth's 2018 Summer Outing was held on Thompson Island with games, sun and BBQ.
CloudHealth photo of: CloudHealth members competed in Archery Games!
CloudHealth photo of: CloudHealth held this months Leadership Meal at Trade!
CloudHealth photo of: CloudHealth had an amazing time playing kickball in the park!
CloudHealth photo of: We were excited to participate in TechJam again! Keep an eye on our site for open positions!
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CloudHealth Interviews

Experience

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    Technical Support Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at CloudHealth in July 2018.

    Interview

    Initial cold-call contact via Linked in, then phone interview with HR, then video interview with Director of Tech Support, then another video interview with Director of Tech Support (tested on AWS, EC2, Reserved Instances), then video interview with a Senior Tech Support Engineer. Took approx 3 weeks.

    Interview Questions

    • The usual tell us about yourself, why do you want to join CHT, relevant experiences to the advertised role. In terms of AWS, EC2 they specifically test your knowledge of how EC2 Reserved Instances are charged/billed and optimized. They ask about example technical issues you've worked on which is so broad. Good luck matching that to a situation that suits their product or support model. I suspect all along they could have told me early on my skill set/experience was not suitable. I did ask them early on but was encouraged to continue through the process, so I was annoyed to waste my time.   Answer Question
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CloudHealth Awards & Accolades

  • Best Places to Work, Boston Business Journal, 2015
  • Innovative Cloud Technology of the Year, Mass TLC, 2015
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