Amazon Web Services is looking for experienced engineering leaders to help us define and build the future of computing. The AWS Elastic Block Store (EBS) service delivers high performance virtualized storage "in the cloud" for EC2. Durable storage is a key building block for any application and as a member of the EBS team you'll work alongside other outstanding engineers to develop and operate one of the largest storage services in the world.
We are looking for an innovative engineering manager to own, build, and grow the data processing and analysis systems we use to launch new products, continuously monitor and improve the entire product portfolio, and model detailed customer usage patterns. Our team is a mixture of software engineers and scientists who work together to build scalable solutions to important problems in cloud computing. Successful candidates will use data to drive improvements to the overall EBS business.
As a member of the EBS team, you will have strong ownership over the design, implementation, and operation of a massive scale distributed system. You'll work closely with a tight, agile team that ships and you will be able to see the impact your work has on real customers. You'll also have the opportunity to work across a range of technologies, from Java-based distributed systems using sql and nosql datastores, low level high performance storage systems in C/C++, to massive real time data analytics.
Amazon EBS (Elastic Block Store) is a virtualized storage service that offers highly available, high performance storage for EC2. As one of the core building block of AWS, EBS has experienced phenomenal growth since inception. This is a great opportunity to work on one of the most challenging problems in the cloud, with incredibly talented teammates who know how to ship. If you are passionate about large scale distributed systems, massive data analytics, or are interested in systems and kernel programming, then EBS is the perfect place for you.
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: