Staff Engineer - Storage Management
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VMware HCI BU is seeking a senior engineer to design and develop Storage Management software for Virtual Machine (VM) and Container workloads on vSAN, VVOL, Kubernetes, Docker and other emerging container technologies.
Our team's mission is to build storage management software to establish vSphere & vSAN as the best HCI platform to deploy and manage VM and container applications.
Design and Develop next generation storage management technologies for Cloud Native Storage systems to manage containerized workloads using Kubernetes, Docker, and other emerging container technologies.
Design and Develop Storage Management features in vSphere and VSAN - Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM), First Class Disks (FCD), ESX and vCenter (VC) Storage.
Design and Develop storage management software to manage container technology for running stateful, data intensive applications such as databases and modern cloud native applications.
Mentor and lead a strong team of developers
Participate in design and code reviews.
Maintain deep technical and business knowledge of storage industry directions and trends
Masters or Bachelors Degree in Computer Science
6 - 10 years of experience designing and developing software for large scale distributed systems
Experience working in product development R&D teams
Strong background in object - oriented design and programming
Must have at least 7 years of strong coding experience in core JAVA
Must have deep knowledge of scalability issues and multi - threaded programming in mixed Windows and Linux environment
Experience coding in C , Go and Python programming languages is highly desirable
Experience developing software for managing Storage or containerized workloads using Kubernetes, Docker and any other emerging container technologies is highly desirable but not mandatory