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Software Engineer (Linux Kernel Developer)
About The Position
Who we are?
We are a growing startup company that changing the Storage Processor world, founded in 2017, and led by executives from industry leaders.
Pliops’ Extreme Data Processor (XDP) is a hardware-based storage accelerator that enables cloud and enterprise customers to offload and accelerate data-intensive workloads using just a fraction of the computational load and power.
Pliops’ Extreme Data Processors dramatically increases the number of transactions per second and expands capacity for the most demanding applications.
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About the position
In this role you will take part in design and development of core software for Pliops’ innovative storage systems involving software and proprietary hardware solutions.
- Design and development of core product features in a complex software system with focus on Linux kernel and OS infrastructure layers.
- Deliver high quality tested code and debug arising issues.
- Benchmark and tune the software to maximize performance in a highly parallel environment.
- Think creatively, share ideas, and have a problem-solving attitude.
- Well known leading academic institute degree (BSc/BA/MSc in Computer Sciences or Software/Computer/Electrical Engineering).
- 3+ years of hands-on experience in Linux kernel development.
- Familiar with kernel development methodologies and kernel structure.
- Experience in developing kernel modules.
- Broad knowledge and understanding in Linux internals, kernel subsystems.
- Kernel crash and core analysis skills.
- Deep understanding of threading and locking mechanisms.
- Strong design and analytical skills.
- Strong coding skills in C.
- Strong systems background.
- Strong debugging skills.
- Ability to conduct performance analysis for features and systems and experience in optimizing software.
- Multi-disciplinary skills.
Personality/ Soft skills
- Excellent interpersonal/communication skills and fun to work with.
- Highly motivated and independent, Positive, Creative, Open minded, Initiative.
- Passion for software development and a drive to innovate.
Advantage / desirable prior experience
- Experience with developing kernel drivers for proprietary hardware.
- Experience working with Linux kernel community.
- Experience contributing/upstreaming/maintaining kernel code a great advantage.
- Experience with storage subsystems, storage stack and protocols (NVMe, block devices), developing enterprise grade storage solutions.
- Experience with storage engines, databases, DBMS, NVMe, SSDs, FTL, Flash memory.
- Experience with open source software.
- Releasing code to open source communities.
- Hacking complex open-source projects.