Position

Storage Engineer

Openings

1

Location

NEW YORK

Experience

5+ Years

Job Description

This is a Storage IO Engineer role with expertise in Linux Device Drivers role requiring design, implementation and unit testing of production-quality systems software for our purpose-built storage appliance.

Job Requirements

  • Development of the Systems Software that powers HTBASE's products
  • Define and implement requirements analysis, design, estimation, implementation, unit testing and maintenance for product and platform features
  • Strong HW and SW troubleshooting and problem-solving skills; ability to create efficient solutions to complex problems including SW workarounds to HW bugs
  • Work with various OEM/ODM vendors for resolving storage related HW/FW issues
  • Develop software in C, C++, Python for our Linux-based appliance platform

Required Experience

  • At least 10+ years of industry experience with Storage device drivers and SCSI stack
  • Must have extensive experience in the Linux SCSI subsystem (all the 3 layers)
  • Must have solid expertise in SCSI/SAS protocols
  • Should have debugging (collecting SAS/SATA traces) experiences with 3rd party vendor HW (Ex: Expanders, HBA’s, Drives)
  • Should be an expert in C, C++ and scripting languages (Bash, Python, etc.) and the Linux/UNIX programming environment.

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It begins with cross-team collaboration. We are not just ticket takers. Our team owns the roadmap, and is in close communication with our customers to make sure we deliver the right platform to make their jobs easier. We also work closely with our partners to help find solutions to some of your toughest problems.


We have a fascinating product. Since it combines technology with tangible objects, we can directly witness the success of our work.