Golang / Go Job: ArangoDB


ArangoDB

ArangoDB at ArangoDB

Cologne, Germany 🇩🇪   (Posted Jul 8 2018)
About the company
A distributed free and open-source database with a flexible data model for documents, graphs, and key-values. Developers can build high performance applications on top of ArangoDB using a convenient SQL-like query language or JavaScript extensions. The company ArangoDB Inc. contributes to the project with developer resources, db architects and developer support.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
ArangoDB is the leading native multi-model NoSQL database, with more than 4 million downloads. It combines the power of graphs, with JSON documents and a key-value store. ArangoDB makes all of our clients data models accessible with a single declarative query language. Developers can build high-performance applications using a convenient SQL-like query language or JavaScript extensions. ArangoDB itself is written in C++, but a lot of our tools surrounding it are written in Go. Oh, and did we mention it is open source?

We are looking for an experienced Kubernetes Engineer (m/f) to lead the development of our Kubernetes Operator. Our goal is to make working with data easy. And because we want to make it simpler for others, we have to work on solving complex problems like the simple deployment of ArangoDB in cluster environments. As a part of our dynamic team you will work on various components that integrate deeply into Kubernetes that make running stateful and resilient databases as easy as possible for our customers.

Our headquarter ArangoDB Inc. is in San Francisco (US), our secondary location is in Cologne (Germany) and our diverse team includes workmates at remote locations worldwide. So do you prefer your desk at home or do you want to join our modern family at one of our locations? Your choice.

About the Role

You build and improve our Kubernetes operator to run and deploy our ArangoDB database

Work closely with Customer Care to provide technical support and integrate client feedback into the product lifecycle

You help produce user guides and documentation in cooperation with Marketing

Help the open source community and our clients with best practice

You help with the design, development and maintenance of our tools around ArangoDB that are written in Golang

Skills & requirements
Kubernetes is your thing and you feel at home in the Open Source world surrounding it

You have hands-on experience developing for and working with large scale distributed systems

Besides Kubernetes you have more than heard of Mesos (DC/OS), Docker (Swarm), Cloud Foundry

Development experience with more than one programming language, including Go

Instructions how to apply
see the website
[ job website ]

Let them know you found the job via https://www.golangprojects.com
(Companies love to know recruiting strategies that works)
 

Other jobs that might be interesting

Tadaweb Go Software Developer - Tadaweb   (June 2018)
Belval, Luxembourg
We are looking for talented backend Go software developers to join our young and dynamic team. You are passionate about software development, channels, concurrency and building small, intercommunicating services. You want to work on a brand new platform integ...
Back-end Developer (Senior, Operations Team) - Housing Anywhere   (June 2018)
Rotterdam, Netherlands
About us: We are a peer-to-peer marketplace, meaning that we deliver platform to satisfy both sides: tenant and landlord of the accommodation market. Housing Anywhere is active in 50+ countries and 250+ cities. We have partnered with 127+ universities worldwi...
Poki Senior Golang Engineer (Amsterdam) - Poki   (June 2018)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Do you want to design, build and maintain code and infrastructure that lets 30 million users play? Poki is an online playground with millions of users around the world. We bring fun games to kids of all ages, while helping game developers achieve success on...


 
Golangprojects on Twitter Golangprojects on Facebook Golangprojects at Google+ Golangprojects as rss About Golangprojects