UDP Engineer

Location: Hyderabad
Specialization: IT Software - System Programming
Sub Specialization:
Reference: 28268

This position is with our US based client, who is a global enterprise customers and service provider that has partners in more than 30 countries around the world. They help to decouples data into a radically simple, application-centric that lets customers manage it more economically, and use it when and where they need to.

 

This position is a challenging and dynamic role that requires equal parts strong technical competency, and excellent interpersonal skills. As part of a team spanning India and USA, you will be developing code for existing and new products. You will also work with cross-functional teams such as QA, product management and field engineers as needed.

 

Responsibilities/Key Tasks

·   You will be responsible for maintaining and enhancing clients Policy and Workflow management layer, working on control path and data path projects.

·   You will be designing and implementing cutting edge solutions within the fields of data storage, virtualization and replication.

·   You will collaborate with the team to design, implement, and test new functionality and extend existing features.

·   You will interact extensively with other software engineers, QA Engineers and well as product management and field managers.

Requirements/Qualification

·   C and C++

·   Familiarity with user-space facilities on Linux/Unix and/or Windows.

·   Knowledge of file systems, inter-process communication, threading and locking

·   1-5+ years’ experience in software development

·   Experience in at least one software product life cycle through design, implementation, and customer deployment

Desirable Skills:

·   System and Network programming

·   Expertise in the backup and replication of Databases, Mail Servers, Applications and Virtual Machines

·   Knowledge of Cloud Services and Cloud Storage

·   Algorithms and Design Patterns

·   Utility Class Libraries like ACE and Boost

·   Drivers and Kernel internals