Software Engineer, WAN Core Domain Controller Development
- Experience architecting and developing software for scalable, distributed systems.
- Expereince with data structures, algorithms, and complexity analysis.
- Experience programming with C++ or equivalent programming language.
- Master's degree or PhD in Computer Science.
- Experience or interest in networking technologies/concepts such as Software Defined Networking (SDN).
- Experience with optimizing software system performance.
- Experience debugging complex, distributed software systems.
- Understanding of Internet routing technologies and router/switch telemetry.
About the job
In this role you will work on distributed systems, deal with errors, write good tests, and deal with concurrency.
- Perform data analysis from production data to find gaps/error patterns/opportunities for existing system.
- Design, develop, integrate, and test the features for B4 availability, scaling, and NPIs.
- Work on debug/root cause issues in a highly integrated B4 ecosystem, including traffic engineering and admission control.
- Prioritize work and ensure that incremental progress is made even if the problems are difficult to solve in a short period of time.
- Help team members and partner teams understand the broader context and solve problems.
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