San Francisco, CA, US
We are looking for experienced developers who enjoy working with newer technologies and solving problems related to distributed services. As a member of the Joyent’s Compute Platform team, you will participate in Samsung’s cloud initiative to build from scratch a platform and core backend micro services to support its business activities.
To help build services with high availability and exceedingly minimal downtime. To build systems that look elegant and reliable on the outside, even as they deal with the complexities of rigorous business logic and user permissions and manage hardware and software failures on the inside. To work in Golang and build a secrets management solution. To participate and thrive in a delivery-oriented, goal-centric culture.
A love of systems engineering, APIs, and interests in application security. You have work experience developing in Golang. You have experience building solutions that utilize Consul and Vault.
Joyent, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung, is the open cloud company. With its Triton Kubernetes services and support, Joyent helps its customers build and operate modern cloud native applications across multiple clouds. Joyent’s Triton Private Regions provide low cost, dedicated cloud infrastructure that gives its customers the ability to own their data and control their cloud costs.
To apply, please submit a brief introduction, a copy of your resume, and a link to your Github or LinkedIn profile to firstname.lastname@example.org with Compute Platform Engineer - SMS in the subject. Qualified applicants with criminal histories will be considered for the position in a manner consistent with the Fair Chance Ordinance.
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