Cloud Native Engineer

Sylabs


6 months ago

07/08/2019 10:21:23

Job type: Full-time

Category: Software Dev


Sylabs is looking for talented cloud native engineers to help us deliver scalable, rock solid cloud and on-premise services that support the usage of Singularity Pro in Enterprise environments. Join our friendly, fully-remote team and get a taste of what it means to build a service that supports clusters with 10,000 nodes!

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with Development, QA, and Product teams to design and develop core Singularity features in areas which may include: container security, container image formats, container orchestration & deployment, plugins, etc.

  • Develop and support tools for cloud and on-premise deployment of Singularity Pro in Enterprise environments.

  • Manage development using GitHub and ZenHub as part of a fully remote team.

Required Skills:

  • 3+ years experience in software development and deployment.

  • Experience on deploying kubernetes on cloud and/or on-prem infrastructures.

  • Knowledge in distributed systems, APIs, cloud computing and scalability.

  • Experience programming in Go.

  • Excellent communication skills, and an ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a remote team.

Preferred Skills:

  • Experience with existing container technologies.

  • Experience working with hypervisor technology.

  • Experience on kubernetes deployments and development  (e.g kube-admin, minikube, kubicorn).

  • Exposure to scientific computing workloads / machine learning workflows.

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