Carbon Relay Software Engineer

via Stackoverflow Jobs

Carbon Relay is a world-class team of software engineers, data scientists and devops experts focused on harnessing the power of machine learning to help organizations achieve the most with their Kubernetes-based applications. With our innovative optimization platform, we help boost application performance while keeping costs down.



We’re looking for a Software Engineer to work on the next generation of K8s optimization products that bridge the gap between data science, engineering and DevOps. You’ll be working closely with our engineering and data science teams, helping bring products from R&D into production and making our products scale efficiently. 

Responsibilities



  • Design and implement features as part of SaaS-based microservices platform

  • Contribute to and enhance internal APIs and infrastructure

  • Work alongside our data science team to integrate machine learning into our products


Required qualifications



  • 1-3 years of software engineering experience

  • Experience with Python

  • Experience shipping and maintaining software products

  • Experience working with Git and GitHub


Preferred qualifications



  • Familiarity with Kubernetes and Containerization 

  • Experience with GCP/GKE

  • Experience developing SaaS applications / microservice architectures


Why join Carbon Relay:



  • Competitive salary

  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance

  • Unlimited vacation policy (and we do really take vacations)

  • Snacks, lunches and all the typical benefits you would expect from a well-funded, fun startup!


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Posted Carbon Relay Software Engineer on January 14, 2020 via Stackoverflow Jobs

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