Pure Storage: Careers Review

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Pure Storage offers data solutions that deliver secure real-time data to power mission-critical processes from DevOps to production and everything in between.

Founded in 2011, they offer data storage hardware and software solutions that serve SaaS companies, cloud service providers, enterprises, and public sector customers. Currently in use by half of Fortune “500” companies, they are quickly expanding.

The innovative organization recently partnered with Meta to deliver robust and scalable data storage solutions to power Web 3.0 on the fastest AI supercomputer in the world. Its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) mission makes it one of the top data storage organizations for workers committed to creating more responsible value chains. 

Specializing in all-flash data storage, enterprise storage, server virtualization, Kubernetes, and artificial intelligence, they’re looking for top engineers, data scientists, and data storage specialists to expand their global presence.

See below for a deeper look at what it’s like to work for Pure Storage to see if it would be a good fit for you: 


Based out of Mountain View, California, Pure Storage has customers all over the globe, with current job opportunities almost anywhere on the planet. The company is in a crucial expansion phase and seeks industry data professionals to continue its mission to provide innovative data solutions to power a better world. Most of their job postings offer flexible hours, and they even have some remote positions available as well.

The vast majority of people who work for Pure Storage are located in the United States, with the rest spread across Europe and India. However, they are currently hiring for locations like the United Arab Emirates, Brazil, Czech Republic, and Canada. 


Pure Storage is clear on its company culture. They are committed to reducing data center carbon emissions, nurturing an equitable workplace environment, and creating opportunities for diverse employees. And as they say on their careers page, “Corporate clones need not apply.”

In addition to their commitment to social responsibility, they also take steps to prioritize employee well-being and have programs that support a diverse and inclusive workplace. 76% of current and former employees would recommend Pure Storage to other job seekers in the data storage field. 


Pure Storage is a large-scale data storage organization that continues to see growth. Attracting top talent is not an issue for an established tech company. Still, there are plenty of leadership positions available in addition to entry-level jobs as the company expands throughout North Africa and the Asia Pacific. 

Most employees at Pure Storage have degrees in computer science, business, and information technology. Software and data center engineers make up the majority of workers, while the rest fall under sales, business development, and IT. 

Reviews from Pure Storage employees on Glassdoor indicate that company executives focus on improving diversity and inclusion. Other reviews mention that the company operates with a customer-first attitude and engages workers through collaborative projects to bring innovation to life. 


Although a relatively young organization, they have recently surpassed 10,000 worldwide customers and are hiring to expand into new markets. Pure looks for innovative partners and employees that can boost their organization and create products that solve real-world issues for businesses, agencies, service providers, and more. 

For eight years in a row Gartner named Pure Storage as a “Magic Quadrant” leader, and its website touts its net promoter score, which is in the top 1% of B2B companies. Here is a glimpse of some of their more recent awards and recognition:

  • Earned the Gold Award for Flash Storage by the Storage Insider Awards 2020
  • Named one of the Best Places for Parents to Work in 2020 by Great Place to Work
  • Winner of Best Business Storage Product by Computing Technology Product Awards 2020
  • Winner of the Data Analytics Innovation of the Year award at the SDC Awards 2020
  • Flash/SSD Storage Vendor of the Year at the Storage Awards XVII
  • Ranked #1 in 2021 by customers for Best All-Flash Storage Arrays according to IT Central Station
  • Winner of Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice 2021 award for Distributed File Systems and Object Storage
  • Best AI Solution for Big Data at the AI Breakthrough Awards 2021
  • Best IT Company of the Year at the Globee’s 16th annual awards
  • Overall Data Tech Company of the Year at the Data Breakthrough Awards 2022


To get the inside scoop about what it’s like to work at Pure Storage, let’s take a look at how former and current employees rate different company aspects on Glassdoor. 

In 2021 Pure Storage updated its company policies to include improved diversity hiring initiatives, better compensation and benefits, and more flexible hours, causing their approval rating for work/life balance to go from 3 stars to almost 4 out of 5 stars. 

Other ratings include:

  • Culture & Values — 4.1 stars
  • Diversity & Inclusion — 4.1 stars
  • Senior Management — 3.8 stars
  • Compensation and Benefits — 4.2 stars
  • Career Opportunities — 3.9 stars

Overall, the company earns a solid 4.1 out of 5 stars; 89% of workers approve of the CEO, Charles Giancarlo, and 78% say the company has a positive business outlook. 


With the cost of living continuing to rise across the globe, job seekers are undoubtedly interested in how much money they could make working for Pure Storage. Rent in Canada, for example, is running from $2,000 to $5,000 per month, and the cost of living has risen in the U.S. Workers at Pure Storage have a median income of $142,027, with some data positions starting at $200,000. 

The pandemic caused a seismic shift in what employees look for in a job opportunity. So, while you’re probably interested in making an adequate income, you’re probably also interested in the benefits that Pure Storage offers its employees. Here is a glance at some of the benefits provided at Pure Storage:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee stock options
  • Employee bonuses
  • Parental leave
  • Vacation and PTO
  • Paid holidays
  • Sick time

Pure Storage also offers a variety of perks to manage a healthy work-life balance, including wellness resources, company-sponsored team events, free food, and professional development. 

Job openings

Pure Storage has over 400 open positions to support the expansion across its portfolio. In addition to the U.S., U.K., and Singapore, Pure is also recruiting for roles based out of India, including engineering, IT, HR, sales, and more. 

Here is a look at some of the open positions at Pure Storage:

  • Unstructured Data Specialist (SLED Southeast), Atlanta, GA
  • Systems Engineer, Brazil
  • Senior Database Solutions Architect, India
  • Software Engineering Manager, India
  • Designated Services Engineer, Lehi, UT
  • Cloud Solutions Architect, Remote
  • DevOps Engineer, Lehi, UT
  • System Administrator, Singapore
  • Data Architect, Remote
  • Endpoint IT Manager, Mountain View, CA
Nahla Davies
Nahla Davies
Nahla Davies is a software developer and writer. Before devoting her work full time to technical writing, she managed—among other intriguing things—to serve as a lead programmer at an Inc. 5,000 experiential branding organization whose clients include Samsung, Time Warner, Netflix, and Sony.

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