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Software Engineer LXD

Software Engineer LXD


Canonical


golang

dev

engineer

digital nomad

golang

dev

engineer

digital nomad

9mo

Stats (beta): 👁 580 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
Home based - Americas or EMEA, United States - Canonical's LXD team is looking for a Software Engineer to join its ranks. This is a remote, home based position.LXD is a system container manager written in Go.We are a small distributed team responsible for the development and maintenance of LXD, LXC and...

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Canonical


Cloud Operations Engineer - Americas

verified
🇺🇸US-only

Cloud Operations Engineer - Americas


Canonical

🇺🇸US-only verified

openstack

python

kubernetes

cloud

openstack

python

kubernetes

cloud

🇺🇸US-only12mo
What is Canonical?\n\nCanonical is a growing international software company that works with the open-source community to deliver Ubuntu, “the world’s best free software platform”. Our mission is to realise the potential of free software in the lives of individuals and organisations. Our services are helping individuals and businesses worldwide to reduce costs, improve efficiency and enhance security with Ubuntu.\n\nJob Summary:\n\nThe Cloud Operations Engineer role is ideal for skilled software engineers with several years experience developing in Python, a passion for distributed systems and an interest in the entire Linux stack - from kernel to networking to virtualization and containers. It is a demanding role that requires rigour in both code and customer interactions.\n\nWhat Canonical Offers:\n\nLearning and Development\nAnnual Compensation Review\nRecognition Rewards\nAnnual Leave\nFlexible working option\n\n# Responsibilities\n As a Cloud Operations Engineer you will:\n\n* Understand and operate cloud and container technology from kernel to dashboard - OpenStack and Kubernetes\n* Implement new features and improve the resilience and scalability of the existing cloud and container portfolio at Canonical\n* Automate operations for reuse across the worlds largest companies, taking into consideration the complexities of distributed systems\n* Operate production OpenStack clouds for Canonical and its clients\n* Operate production Kubernetes clusters for Canonical and its clients\n* Develop skills in troubleshooting, capacity planning, and performance analysis\n* Collaborate on documentation, playbooks, policies and procedures\n* Implement new features and improve the resilience and scalability of the existing cloud and container portfolio at Canonical\n* Provide assistance and guidance to Canonical’s Support and Operations teams\n* Collaborate with globally distributed engineering, operations, and support peers\n* Ensure service level agreements are met\n* Responsibility for time-critical escalations to senior engineers\n* Carry final responsibility for time-critical escalations \n\n# Requirements\nThe successful Cloud Operations Engineer candidate will have:\n\n* Engineering degree, preferably in computer science or software engineering\n* Python software development experience , with large projects\n* Extensive Knowledge of cloud computing concepts and technologies\n* Practical knowledge of Linux networking, routing, and firewalls\n* Hands-on experience administering Linux servers for personal use\n* Able to communicate clearly and effectively in English over Email, IRC, and in person\n* Self-driven, able to troubleshoot from kernel to web, and willing ask others when appropriate\n* Highly motivated, productive and organized and capable of working from home full time\n* Familiar with Ubuntu or Debian \n\n#Location\n- 🇺🇸US-only

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Canonical


Software Engineer

Software Engineer


Canonical


golang

dev

engineer

digital nomad

golang

dev

engineer

digital nomad

1yr
Remote in EMEA/APAC, United Kingdom - Juju is a Canonical sponsored open source project that facilitates the modeling and operation of the complex distributed software. Juju can deploy and manage software running on public clouds, private clouds, bare-metal servers or containers.As a member of...

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Canonical


Senior Software Engineer

Senior Software Engineer


Canonical


python

senior

engineer

linux

python

senior

engineer

linux

1yr

Stats (beta): 👁 3,405 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
Region for Hire: EMEA or Americas\n\nCanonical’s Snapcraft (https://snapcraft.io) makes it possible to deliver app updates to all of Linux automatically, eliminating the long tail of supported releases and complex install instructions.\nWith thousands of applications on the platform from over a thousand developers, including well-recognised names like Spotify, Slack, and Microsoft, the Snapcraft team’s mission is to uphold a high bar of quality as well as predictable, intuitive behaviour.\n\nWe are looking for a senior software engineer with background in developer tools to join our globally-distributed, home-based team.\n\nThis job involves international travel several times a year, usually for one week at a time.\n\n\n**Key responsibilities**\n* Our core mission is to make developers’ lives easier. You will have a keen sense of how Snapcraft can further reduce friction.\n* Snapcraft should be a joy to use. You have an eye for good user experience. You enjoy guiding the user through a journey or getting them back on rails with tasteful instruction.\n* Building snaps should feel familiar, building on the tools developers already know. You’ll be conversant in many languages, frameworks, integrations, and CI systems. You’ll teach these to produce snaps.\n* We’re a data-driven team. You’ll apply test-driven development, Sentry, and analytics to focus and refine your efforts.\n\n\n**Required skills and experience**\n* Expertise in Python or similar\n* Command line developer-oriented product experience\n* Experience with language packaging systems, such as PIP and NPM\n* Experience integrating with commercial CI systems, such as Travis and Circle CI\n* Experience working with containers, such as Docker and LXD\n* Hold yourself and others to a high standard when working with production deployments\n* Excellent communications skills in the English language, both verbal and written, especially in online environments such as Slack and Google Hangouts\n* Collaborate proactively within a distributed team\n* Demonstrable public speaking skills\n\n\n**Desirable skills and experience**\n* Portfolio of regular Open Source contributions and other public demonstrations of leadership\n* Experience working on a distributed team 

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Canonical


Software Engineer - Openstack

Software Engineer - Openstack


Canonical


c

c plus plus

python

engineer

c

c plus plus

python

engineer

1yr

Stats (beta): 👁 3,186 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
A Software Engineer in the Sustaining Engineering Group is key for the success of our enterprise customers, partners and Ubuntu projects. You will help with troubleshooting and driving customer bugs to resolution by providing workarounds, guidance, and designing and authoring fixes to be released in Ubuntu and its supporting software packages.\nYou will be working with other members within the Canonical Engineering and upstream Open Source communities. You will leverage your engineering expertise to provide critical bug fixes and  solve complex problems for OpenStack, Kubernetes and the Ubuntu platform.\nKey responsibilities and accountabilities\nResolve complex problems related to OpenStack, Kubernetes and the Ubuntu platform.\nResolve complex problems in orchestration and deployment technologies including Juju, MAAS, charms, LXC/LXD and others.\nMaintain a close working relationship with Canonical's Customer Engagement and Product Engineering teams.\nAnalyse and participate in upstream development against current customer-reported bugs, developing and backporting patches as appropriate.\nAbility to identify and apply efficient problem solving techniques.\nManage workload to ensure that customer issues are all timely handled and driven to resolution.  \nParticipate in team discussions and meetings to improve process, tools, and documentation.  \nMaintain clear, concise and accurate bug documentation.\nWillingness to travel internationally up to 10% of work time for team meetings, events and conferences.\n \nRequired Skills and Experience\nExtensive experience with OpenStack.\nStrong experience with Ceph object storage and architecture.\nKnowledge of virtualization technologies including  KVM/QEMU and libvirt.\nStrong understanding of SDN and traditional networking.\nMust be able to understand Ubuntu OS bugs and advise on next steps.\nStrong development experience with C and Python.\nA minimum of 5+ years or equivalent experience as a Software Engineer.\nLinux system administrator skills and demonstrable experience.\nFamiliarity with Open Source process and community practices.\nStrong advocate for good customer experience.\nExcellent verbal and written communications skills in the English language.\nWilling to collaborate and participate as an effective team member.\n \nDesirable Skills and Experience\nExperience with Canonical Juju, charms, MAAS, and LXC/LXD technologies.\nExperience with packaging (debian, snappy).\nExperience with a modern distributed version control system such as git.\nExperience with debuggers including gdb and crash.\nExperience with Kubernetes.\nExperience with the Go programming language.\nKnowledge of Ubuntu development processes.\nDegree-level education in a technology field.\nTheoretical understanding of complex distributed systems.\nUpstream involvement in one or more Open Source projects.\nExperience working on a distributed team.\nFamiliarity with Open Source business model.

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Systems Reliability Engineer

Systems Reliability Engineer


Canonical


admin

engineer

sys admin

admin

engineer

sys admin

3yr

Stats (beta): 👁 582 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nAt Canonical it is our mission to make open source software available to people everywhere. We believe the best way to fuel innovation is to give the innovators the technology they need.  As a Systems Reliability Engineer (SRE) for the Information Services (IS) team you'll play a key role in driving this mission and helping to define the future of free software.\n\nWhy this job is important\n\nIS supports and maintains all of Canonical’s production services and IS team members use real-life operational experiences to contribute to product improvements.  The IS team at Canonical runs the services used by over 60 million Ubuntu users.  As an SRE you’ll be in a unique position that will allow you to provide critical feedback to developers by writing code, submitting bugs, and working with others within the company to ensure that Canonical products are as good as they can be.  You will also be able to develop and submit fixes and enhancements directly.\n\nWhat you will learn at this job\n\nSREs work closely with development teams to build and maintain the extraordinary infrastructure required to run all of Canonical and Ubuntu’s systems and services.  The scope of our responsibility combined with the overall size of our environment means that our SREs face new challenges every day.  You can expect to gain hands-on experience in the following areas:\n\n\n* Software development in Python and Go in order to automate repetitive tasks\n\n* Continuous integration and continuous deployment using a combination of open source and Canonical developed tools\n\n* Operating clouds at scale using OpenStack, Ceph, MAAS and Juju\n\n* Deploying, troubleshooting, and optimising services running on both private and public clouds using open source software like Ubuntu, Apache, HAProxy, PostgreSQL, and Squid.\n\n\n\n\nCanonical’s IS team embraces autonomy and to that end has instituted Self Directed (SD) time. A portion of your work week is set aside to allow you to work on what you think will most benefit the IS team specifically and Canonical in general.\n\nKey Responsibilities\n\n\nSREs rotate through three roles:\n\n* Maintaining all core services, networks, and infrastructure (including public and private clouds).  The ability to work under pressure and demonstrate sound problem solving skills in a fast-paced and complex environment are key here.\n\n* Working directly with a variety of development teams within Canonical in a devops role to test, deploy, monitor and maintain services running on our production clouds. This will require an overlap of development and administration skills, as you help write and review code you will then use to deploy and maintain services using Canonical's cloud products.\n\n* Larger project work, currently focused on large scale cloud deployments and overall process improvements.  This role gives SREs the ability to utilize development and architecting skills in a focused manner that is unique to Canonical.\n\n

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Stats (beta): 👁 8,384 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
At Canonical it is our mission to make open source software available to people everywhere. We believe the best way to fuel innovation is to give the innovators the technology they need. As a Systems Reliability Engineer (SRE) for the Information Services (IS) team you'll play a key role in driving this mission and helping to define the future of free software.\n\nSREs work closely with development teams to build and maintain the extraordinary infrastructure required to run all of Canonical and Ubuntu’s systems and services. The scope of our responsibility combined with the overall size of our environment means that our SREs face new challenges every day. From developing automated processes for faster, more reliable deployments to building large and scalable cloud environments, every day at Canonical is an opportunity to learn something new and collaborate with some of the most talented technical minds in the industry.\n\nIS supports and maintains all of Canonical’s production services and IS team members use real-life operational experiences to contribute to product improvements. As an SRE you’ll be in a unique position that will allow you to provide critical feedback to developers by writing code, submitting bugs, and working with others within the company to ensure that Canonical products are as good as they can be. You will also be able to develop and submit fixes and enhancements directly.\n\n \n\nKEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES\n\n \n\nSREs rotate through three roles:\n\n1. Maintaining all core services, networks, and infrastructure (including public and private clouds). The ability to work under pressure and demonstrate sound problem solving skills in a fast-paced and complex environment are key here.\n\n2. Working directly with a variety of development teams within Canonical in a devops role to test, deploy, monitor and maintain services running on our production clouds. This will require an overlap of development and administration skills, as you help write and review code you will then use to deploy and maintain services using Canonical's cloud products.\n\n3. Larger project work, currently focused on large scale cloud deployments and overall process improvements. This role gives SREs the ability to utilize development and architecting skills in a focused manner that is unique to Canonical.\n\n \n\nREQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE\n\n \n\n You have prior experience working in a large highly available environment\n You are willing to be flexible and adaptable with the ability to learn new things quickly.\n You have strong development skills (Python, Go, Ruby, etc.) with experience writing code.\n You are heavily focused on automation preferably with experience in building and maintaining self-service tools.\n You have authoritative understanding and experience with the administration of infrastructure services such as DNS, DHCP, SSH, Apache/Nginx, HAProxy, Squid/Varnish, PostgreSQL/MySQL etc.\n You have practical knowledge of IP networking and routing\n You have a strong security focus including knowledge of network, operating system and application level practices\n You have familiarity with software development and code review practices, including use of DVCS (e.g. git or bzr)\n You have experience deploying, administering and maintaining services in a cloud computing environment\n You are able to communicate clearly in English, especially using email and IRC\n You have a college degree in a relevant technical field or equivalent experience.\n You are are self-driven and able to troubleshoot, ask others when\n appropriate and find answers\n You are motivated, organised, and willing and able to work well remotely within a distributed team\n You are able to participate in our weekend on call rotation approximately 1 weekend every 18 weeks\n\nDESIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE\n\n You have prior experience administering OpenStack\n You have familiarity with Juju and MAAS\n You have familiarity with Ubuntu or Debian\n You have prior experience with configuration management tools (Puppet, Chef, CFEngine, etc.)\n You have prior experience maintaining and configuring routers and firewalls (Cisco, iptables)\n\n\nCanonical is an equal opportunity employer.\n\nExtra tags: DNS, DHCP, SSH, Python, Go, Ruby

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ROLE\n\nThe WebApps Team develops tools and solutions for integrating Web technologies on the Ubuntu platform.\n\nWe are looking for an experienced software engineer to join the team to develop Cordova Ubuntu and our Webapp container.\n\nA Web native, with significant HTML5 applications development under your belt, you will also need to have a strong experience with the Ubuntu foundations, most notably Qt/QML. A working Knowledge of Oxide, or its underlying Chromium / Webkit constituents are a definitive plus.\n\n\n \n\nKEY RESPONSIBILITIES\n\nImplement features in the Cordova Ubuntu and Webapp Container\n\nUse test-driven development, and ensure good code and functional test coverage\n\nWork in collaboration with other teams to integrate Web technologies inside Ubuntu\n\nCollaborate with the Apache Cordova project\n\nWork within our globally dispersed team to deliver project components;\n\nParticipate to the release management of those\n\nInternational travel to Ubuntu meetings a minimum of four times a year.\n\n\n \n\nREQUIRED DESIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE\n\nExcellent Javascript and C++ programming skills with extensive and diverse experience of client side software development in these languages\n\nStrong experience with core web technologies such as HTML5, CSS\n\nExperience with Qt and QML\n\nDevelopment experience with popular Javascript frameworks, like for example: NodeJS, Angular or ReactJS, or similar\n\nExcellent English language skills, both oral and written\n\n\n \n\nDESIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE\n\nContributions or at least familiarity with Oxide, Blink, V8 or the Webkit project\n\nSoftware delivery on mobile or embedded devices\n\n\n \n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\nCanonical is an equal opportunity employer\n\nExtra tags: QT, QML, HTML5 , Javascript, C++

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Stats (beta): 👁 7,789 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
The Mir & Middleware Team is responsible for the delivery of the next generation display server and some ancillary middleware projects that support Ubuntu touch. Mir includes input handling, industry standard graphics platform support, compositing, surface type policy and window management. Some ancillary projects include powerd, libertine, puritine, and ciborium. The team targets software for a converged world, for both traditional desktop and mobile devices. We are looking for a solid engineer to join this team. The ideal candidate will have experience working on lower level and middleware for embedded products.\n\n \n\nKEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES\n\n \n\n Delivering features with corresponding test software for key projects that the team is supporting\n\n Analyze and triage issues reported from external and internal stakeholders\n\n Debugging and providing fixes for bugs found in team owned projects on both mobile and desktop hardware\n\n Work with other teams as needed for Mir & Middleware team representation\n\n \n\nREQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE\n\n \n\n Experience with C++ required, experience with Python or Go a plus\n\n Familiarity with open-source development tools and methodology; Experience with Ubuntu and Debian package tools/methodology a plus\n\n Experience delivering tests with features\n\n Ability to be productive in a globally distributed team through self discipline and self motivation, delivering according to a schedule\n\n Strong English language communication skills, especially in online environments such as mailing lists and IRC\n\n \n\n \n\nCanonical is an equal opportunity employer.\n\nExtra tags: C++ , Python, Go , Ubuntu

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