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ScyllaDB


Go Software Engineer

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Go Software Engineer


ScyllaDB

verified

backend

software engineer

golang

go

backend

software engineer

golang

go

10mo

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About the company-\n\nScylla is an Apache Cassandra™ drop-in replacement, written from the ground-up in C++ on top of the Seastar architecture. Scylla is self-tuning and auto-sharding on a shard-per-core basis, allowing it to scale well both horizontally and vertically. With its own IO and CPU schedulers, Scylla provides superior performance with low latencies and smooth throughput. Scylla is available as open source software, as well as through commercial enterprise-grade and managed cloud offerings.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n Join the team that is building Scylla Manager, the cluster operations automation tool for Scylla, and Scylla Cloud, our Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) offering. Our mission is to make Scylla the #1 open source NoSQL database. To do so, we need leaders with strong engineering skills, deep technical knowledge, a personal commitment to Open Source principles, and a passion for customer and user success.\n\nYour personal mission is to make our database as easy, boring, and fun to manage as possible! (i.e., remove roadblocks, cure headaches, add a little charm, and obliterate needless complexity and tediousness.)\n\nYou will be implementing new features of Scylla Manager to handle cluster maintenance operations (such as repairs, backups and recoveries) for our Open Source users and Enterprise clients as well as users of Scylla Cloud.\n\nYou will also be working on enhancements and bug fixes to the Scylla/Cassandra Go driver (see: https://github.com/gocql/gocql) and its extension (see: https://github.com/scylladb/gocqlx).\n\nBeyond coding you will work with clients, supporting them with deployment and usage of Scylla Manager as well as the Go driver, its extension and other libraries that we own.\n \n\n# Requirements\nYou are an experienced Go developer, you wrote high-performance and concurrent applications, you know your way around `go tool pprof`. You don’t reinvent the wheel but you prefer keeping your code concise and efficient. If you have a relevant Open Source track record it will play on your advantage.\n\nYou have a strong Linux operating system skills.\n\nYou take initiative and can drive conversations on deep technical subjects towards a good solution.\n\nYou want to work in fast pace, international environment to deliver world-class products.\n\n\n

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