Systems Engineer 10gen, Inc.
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED You are a hard-core kernel tweaker and optimizer, scripter and orchestration wizard, network, security, and storage infrastructure specialists. Your job will be to work closely with the core engineering team to develop best practices, validate & optimize infrastructure configurations, develop automation and help our customers build and engineer state of the art MongoDB deployments. You must have direct hands on experience operating modern high scale web based applications.
You want to be part of a great team building the most significant database innovation in decades
You consider yourself an expert level administration "geek", build your own kernels and want to expand your knowledge
You're flexible, joining a small team, so you're willing to take on a wide variety of responsibilities
You are well organized, used to keeping many balls in the air at the same time
Developing best practices for deployment (e.g. HA, DR) and maintenance (e.g. expanding file-system, cluster recovery etc.)
Understand the performance impact of kernel configurations, BIOS settings, NIC/HBA/RAID setup
Understand where and how to scale
Assist engineering triaging customers deployments, performance issues, debugging the full application life cycle
Maintain linux packages and recipes for automated installers (chef,puppet)
Document and/or provide input to documentation and white papers
5-7 years of system administration or development operations
Day-to-Day management of a production cluster of 50+ nodes
Excellent analytical skills
Excellent verbal and written skills
BSc in Computer Science
Salary commensurate with experience
Full benefits (health/dental, 401(k)), and stock options
10gen develops and supports MongoDB - the open source, high performance, scalable, document-oriented database. 10gen delivers technical support, professional services, and training for commercial-grade deployments of MongoDB. The company was founded in 2007 by Dwight Merriman, the former founder and CTO of DoubleClick, and Eliot Horowitz, the co-founder and chief scientist of ShopWiki and is funded by Union Square Ventures, Flybridge Capital and Sequoia Capital.
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THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED