- Published: September 22, 2021
At Infinidat, we help enterprises and service providers empower their data-driven competitive advantage at scale. We are a leading provider of enterprise-class storage solutions. The company’s software-focused architecture delivers sub-millisecond latency, full availability, and scalability with a significantly lower total cost of ownership than competing storage technologies.
We are looking for passionate and bright individuals that wish to take part in the design, development and
all technical-related aspects of INFINIDAT’s core component.
The selected candidate will be part of a professional team that develops in C++ over Linux high
performance, multi-threaded, clustered, mission-critical, server-side products.
- BSc./B.A. in Computer Science/Computer Engineering/equivalent degree graduate
- At least 4 years of development experience in C/C++ over Linux
- Strong problem-solving skills along with the ability to work independently
- Ability and desire to coach and train teammates during a growth period
- Highly motivated, confident, a quick learner and team player
- Education: B.Sc./B.A. in computer science/computer engineering/electronic engineering OR equivalent
- Experience in clustered and performance-oriented development
- Experience in enterprise grade SW development
- Advantage for previous knowledge and experience with storage devices, file systems and file system protocols (NFS/AFS, NAS, BTRFS, SMB)
Infinidat offers enterprise storage solutions for data-intensive enterprises. The company's InfiniBox delivers a range of storage capabilities to address the management and analytical needs of big data. In doing so, it manages growing volumes of data, enables access to multiple databases and sources, and manages virtualized data center and cloud storage.
Infinidat holds more than 120 patents. The company was named a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for General-Purpose Disk Arrays for 2018; a cool vendor in "Cool Vendors in Storage Technologies, 2015"; and a visionary in the "Magic Quadrant for General-Purpose Disk Arrays" for two subsequent years by the Gartner Research Group.