IBM Storage Development Software Engineer in LITTLETON, Massachusetts
Are you passionate about technology? Do you love building new things? Do you want to develop the future of IBM's Cloud offerings? If you answered YES, then we have the right opportunity for you! The shift toward the consumption of IT as a service, i.e., the cloud, is one of the most important changes to happen to our industry in decades. At IBM, we are driven to shift our technology to an as-a-service model and to help our clients transform themselves to take full advantage of the cloud. With industry leadership in analytics, security, commerce, and cognitive computing and with unmatched hardware and software design and industrial research capabilities, no other company is as well positioned to address the full opportunity of cloud computing. We are looking for a Storage Software Development Engineer to join our Cloud Innovation Lab Team in Littleton, MA who innovates & shares our passion for winning in the cloud marketplace. The Cloud Innovation Lab is a team dedicated to ensuring that the IBM Cloud is at the forefront of cloud technology, from data center design to network architecture to storage and compute clusters to flexible infrastructure services. We are building IBM's next generation cloud platform to deliver performance and predictability for our customers' most demanding workloads, at global scale and with leadership efficiency, resiliency and security. It is an exciting time, and as a team we are driven by this incredible opportunity to thrill our clients. The successful candidate will be the Storage Software Development Engineer as part of the Cloud Platform team with a focus on the following key responsibilities:
Software development methodology and technology as it relates to the Cloud
Experience with distributed storage systems, block, file system, and object
A background of coding experience, preferably with parallel and distributed systems in C, C++
Familiarity with and preferably extensive experience with open source CI/CD tools.
Familiarity with storage architectures across Ethernet and PCIe