Description de l'offre
Are you interesting is building tools and services to change the way customers create, deploy and manage their applications using Amazon Web Services. If so, read on!
AWS Service Catalog makes it very easy to create, manage and scale individual resources such as EC2 instances, EBS volumes and RDS databases. We are looking for talented, motivated and passionate software development engineers to be part of the team and extend the Amazon Web Services capabilities by giving developers and systems administrators an easy way to create and manage a collection of related AWS resources as a single unit, manage the lifecycle of applications on the Amazon Web Services platform and make AWS the place to run your business.
If you are excited to solve problems that are raised by challenging questions like: How do I see all of the resources my application requires in a single place? How can I reliably duplicate my infrastructure between test, staging, and production environments? How should I name my resources so multiple developers and applications don't conflict? How can I make sure everything I need started correctly, and in the right sequence? How do I manage and operate my application when it is running and, how can I make sure things are cleaned up reliably and automatically when something goes wrong?
As a member of the team, you will bring the simplicity that AWS offers for managing individual resources to the task of repeatedly and predictably creating entire groups of related resources that power your applications, making creating and inter-connecting all resources your application requires to run is now as simple as creating a single EC2 or RDS instance.
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· Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field, or 4+ year relevant work experience
· 3+ years of software development experience
· Expert skill in one modern OO language like Java, C# or Python
· Computer Science fundamentals in object-oriented design, data structures and algorithms