Cloud Servies Engineer at MongoDB
New York, New York, United States (Posted Oct 2 2015)
About the company
MongoDB was founded in 2007 by the people behind DoubleClick, ShopWiki and Gilt Groupe. At DoubleClick, the site could never be down and there were daily challenges with processing, storing, and scaling data, forcing them to write their own software to handle specific problems. It was in these trenches that the team had the insight for MongoDB. They asked themselves, “What do we wish we had while at DoubleClick?”
The company was founded to harness the power of the cloud for more efficiency, to scale horizontally, and to make operations easier for scale at development. Today, MongoDB boasts more than 10 million downloads, thousands of customers, and more than 1,000 partners.
Relocation compensation available
Join the fastest growing engineering team at MongoDB! We are looking for a server-side engineer to join us in building the best database management system for the leading next-generation database server. The MongoDB Cloud management service, Cloud Manager, is a cloud-based web application for deploying, monitoring, and backing up MongoDB deployments of any size and configuration. Ops Manager is the enterprise counterpart to Cloud Manager, designed for our largest enterprise customers to run in their own datacenter.
Cloud Manager currently monitors tens of thousands of MongoDB nodes and backs up multiple petabytes of data. On a typical day, Cloud Manager processes over a billion metrics and replicates tens of billions of backup operations.
Skills & requirements
5+ years of experience building full-stack web applications (Preferably in GO and/or Java)
Experience with multi-threaded applications, concurrency and distributed systems.
Expertise in one compiled programming language (preferably Java, C++, or C#), and interest in learning Java
Nice to haves
You have experience with MongoDB is a big plus
Familiarity with Go
You're flexible and willing to take on a wide variety of responsibilities.
You are well organized and comfortable juggling multiple tasks at the same time.
Instructions how to apply
Please send your resume directly to Tom Cirri at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Company website: MongoDB
Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
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