Do you enjoy solving technical problems at large scale using a range of technologies like distributed systems, machine learning, data mining and SOA? Are you interested in solving real world customer problems by providing durable storage "in the cloud"? Elastic Block Store (EBS) delivers high performance virtualized storage as part of Amazon Web Services. As one of the largest block storage services in the world EBS is looking for passionate engineers to design and build fault tolerant, high performance storage systems, resource lifecycle orchestration workflows, a recommendation engine to effectively utilize the EBS fleet, a federated distributed system that improves availability, real-time data analytics systems, large fleet management systems, etc.
As an engineer on the EBS Control Plane you will get the opportunity to architect large-scale distributed systems, improve the availability and performance of core service APIs, devise new solutions for improvements in agility and time-to-market, and influence every new EBS feature. The ideal candidate would possess analytical, design, problem solving skills and experience in building & operating large scale systems. Your responsibilities will include collaborating with other engineers to build high quality large scale systems and working with senior leaders to define your team's roadmap. You will work closely with a tight, agile team that ships often, iterates quickly and takes pride in the product they deliver. You will be able to see the impact your work has on real customers in the real world in a matter of hours. You will also have the opportunity to work across a range of technologies, from Java-based distributed systems using SQL and NoSQL datastores, to low level high performance storage systems in C/C++, to "big data" real time analytics, to working on consensus protocol implementations.
Consult the following links to find out more about the exciting work being done in Elastic Block Store.
What is EBS and what do we do?
AWS blog post about larger and faster EBS volumes: