Enterprise Services Cloud Software Developer - Networking

HPE Helion Eucalyptus is looking for a highly motivated, individually driven developer. You will be a member of a small team tasked with implementing infrastructure components for AWS-compatible open-source IaaS platform for on premise and hybrid cloud computing. Majority of development work will be done in C with a heavy interaction with Linux networking and Midonet API.

Responsibilities -

  • Interact with the architecture, development, documentation, and customer support teams for the full product lifecycle from design to deployment and maintenance.
  • Write high quality, testable production code that runs on hundreds to thousands of machines and interacts with Linux networking.

Education and Experience -

  • Computer Science Bachelors or Master’s degree or equivalent experience writing production-quality code (5 years)
  • Expert knowledge of C or Java
  • Expert knowledge of Linux networking (iptables, ebtables, tunneling, etc.)
  • Experience with GIT or similar version control systems
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to effectively communicate product architectures and design proposals

Desirable Skills -

  • Experience with Midonet or other SDN technologies is a definite plus
  • Experience with virtualization is a definite plus
  • Practical network design and operation experience is a plus
  • Experience with network systems involving layer-2 and layer-3 protocols is a plus
  • Experience in analyzing, measuring and improving performance, efficiency, scalability, and stability of distributed systems is a plus
  • AWS API usage experience is a plus

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