Description de l'offre
The AWS Commerce Platform (CP) provides the back and front-end services that enable AWS customers to purchase AWS services and understand and manage their infrastructure costs. Our teams tackle some of the hardest scalability, performance, and distributed computing challenges in the world. We process trillions of events per month using stream processing techniques (Kinesis), process billions of line items via map reduce (EMR), and manage artifacts through the latest in database technologies (DynamoDB and Aurora). We process big data and provide tools for customers to interactively understand their bills. We also provide the analytics that let customers manage billions of dollars of IT usage and spending. Because we sit at the nexus of all AWS services and interact directly with end- customers, we also work closely across all AWS teams to ensure that we offer a great customer experience.
The Platform Reliability Engineering Team (PRET) is a Software Development team that provides tools and services, enabling Service Owners and Customer Support to support their Services efficiently in a
PRET is also a Service Provider offering horizontal infrastructure practices with a focus on growing reliability and reducing manual actions running the service.
We concentrate on building software and services to operate the AWS Commerce Platform at scale, in a reliable manner for Amazon Web Services and our customers.
This is a unique opportunity to start up a new team in Berlin, Germany. This development team will partner with the local CP Development Teams, and will also have a global impact on all CP Teams with the tools and services it develops. We are looking for a strong leader to manage systems reliability with a focus on building services that scale, and that demonstrate worldclass operational excellence in meeting customer demand.
Initial focus will be on Software Development Life Cycle (deployment and upgrade frameworks), Validation (test frameworks), and Automation.
Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer- Female / Minority / Disability /
Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation
· 5+ years of relevant, engineering or technical experience
· 3+ years of people management experience
· Project & product management experience
· Strong verbal and written communication skills and demonstrated technical leadership
· Computer Science fundamentals in object-oriented design, data structures
· Experience with *NIX system administration, Java, Perl and Python