Backend Engineer at NVIDIA
🇨🇭 Switzerland › Zurich (Posted Jul 27 2022)
NVIDIA works with game publishers and studios worldwide to optimize and refine the graphical quality and performance of their games. We do this by developing new graphics and rendering technologies, and by consulting directly with the development teams as they adopt the new graphics into their games.
We are building tools and infrastructure to support our worldwide community of developers. As we expand our offering of debugging, performance, and optimization capabilities, we need to build out the internal and customer-facing services that we use to deliver results. We are seeking for a talented engineer who will help us to move forward rapidly. You will be responsible for building and maintaining solutions for services that run workload on GPU farm.
What you’ll be doing:
Improving service stability and reliability
Building automation for routine maintenance tasks for GPU farm
Introducing of tools that will help team to solve issues
Upgrading existing infrastructure for GPU farm
What we need to see:
2+ years experience of Golang programming
Basic knowledge of virtualization technologies
Experience with relational databases, NoSQL and NewSQL
Knowledge of web API building principles (REST, gRPC, caching techniques)
Ways to stand out from the crowd:
Some knowledge of distributed messaging systems
Good written and spoken English
Good communication skills, ability and willingness to discuss and find solutions with different teams
We are widely considered to be one of the technology world’s most desirable employers. We have some of the most talented people in the world working for us. If you're creative and autonomous with a real passion for technology we want to hear from you. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
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