Il y a 28 joursAmazon

Software Development Engineer

  • Vancouver (Canada)
  • Conception / Génie civil / Génie industriel

Description de l'offre


It's official: Amazon Aurora Serverless has launched and is the fastest growing feature in the fastest growing service in the history of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to date. Want to learn how you can play a big role in the cloud revolution? Then read on.

Amazon Aurora is a distributed database service that's built for cloud scalability, durability, availability, and performance. With Aurora we aim to do nothing less than revolutionize the database business. Aurora builds on top of foundational AWS services such as EC2, S3 and DynamoDB to deliver a simple and cost effective database solution for customers worldwide. Amazon Aurora Serverless takes this one step further gives customers access to a database that auto-scales to the customer's needs, so customers don't have to worry about managing capacity and even shuts down when not in use.

We are looking for a highly skilled, experienced, and motivated engineer to solve the worlds database challenges at a massive scale. You will work on a team that architects, designs, and delivers web service APIs around ‘intelligent' distributed database systems with availability, reliability and performance guarantees to AWS customers. You will participate in product direction and road-map planning, project execution scheduling, and hiring engineers to develop cutting-edge database services. This is a unique and rare opportunity to get in on the ground floor within a fast-growing service and help shape the technology, product and the business direction. A successful candidate will bring deep technical and leadership expertise, and ability to work within a fast-paced startup culture in a large company to deliver solid code that has a broad business impact.

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Profil recherché


· Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or equivalent - Masters or PhD preferred
· Knowledge of data structures, algorithms, operating systems, and/or distributed systems