Inktank provides support and services for Ceph, an open-source distributed object and file storage technology. A networking developer is a technical position encompassing:
- planning, implementation, maintenance, and support
- interaction with a very active open source community
- evolving agile methodology to deliver enterprise quality-software in an open-source project
Our work spans file systems, Linux kernel integration, Qemu integration, OSDs, distributed meta-data servers, remote access protocols (e.g. NFS, CIFS, iSCSI), big data, and a whole bunch of other really cool stuff!
Required Skills and Experience
- 3+ years of systems software development
- Strong C/C++/Java development/debugging skills
- Design and development of high performance network servers
- Strong software development life cycle skills
- Experience with correct and efficient serialization of multi-threaded code
- A desire to work with very smart people in a fast paced start-up
Secondary (extremely valuable) Experience
- performance and stress testing
- execution profiling and performance optimization
- RESTful protocols
- distributed file systems and/or cluster-computing
- Working with distributed teams and/or open source projects
- Experience delivering enterprise quality software
- BA/BS in Computer Science
Inktank is a professional services and support company, founded in 2012 by several creators of the open source project Ceph. Ceph delivers object, block and file system storage with unlimited scalability (up to petabytes and even exabytes) while having the ability to run on commodity hardware.
At Inktank, we believe our work has tremendous potential to transform the storage industry. Ceph was created to help organizations decrease storage costs, and increase operational flexibility by freeing them from expensive, restrictive, proprietary storage systems.
Our mission is to empower businesses through Ceph.
Inktank is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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