Remote Golang Software Engineer at NodePrime
San Francisco, California, United States
🇺🇸 (Posted Jan 6 2016)
About the company
NodePrime is bringing visibility, flexibility and performance to datacenter infrastructure. We have built a vendor agnostic solution for aggregating, analyzing and automating machines and the data they generate at scale. Our product was built through the direct input of our customers. Our early adopters include some of the world's largest Cloud, SaaS, Financial Services, OEM's and Telecommunications companies. Our team is comprised of Data Scientists, Frontend and Backend Engineers and our folks hail from companies like Palantir, Dell and Cisco. We are 25 people and expanding the team rapidly. We are located in SOMA in San Francisco.
- Remote work possible
NodePrime’s next generation of data center infrastructure analysis requires a massive data pipeline extending from the probing millions of devices to processing machine learning algorithms. We’re looking for engineers that will help develop our pivotal components to survive the harshest networks, operate on the smallest of micro-controllers, and scale over enormous data centers.
If you are excited about Go, this is an opportunity to work with this language full-time at scale.
Skills & requirements
*Develop, test, and deploy various distributed systems in Go
*Find better approaches to hard problems related to service discovery, big data storage & processing, and software adaptability to fragmented hardware platforms
*Work with data scientists and front-end developers to create APIs accessing streams of server telemetry & inventory data
Necessary Skills & Experiences
*Love for Go
What NodePrime Offers
*Flexible working hours
*Competitive compensation package
*Health, dental, vision for all employees and eligible dependents
Instructions how to apply
Email your resume and information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Company website: NodePrime
Let them know you found the job via https://www.golangprojects.com
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