University Graduate - Advanced Technology Group
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POST DATE 8/30/2016
END DATE 10/14/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONJob Summary
Are you passionate about cutting edge technologies, have a start-up mindset and want to work in a proven "Best Places to Work" company* Do you enjoy participating in technical projects, early prototyping, and being a technical force through proof of concept*
Are you seeking to discover new solutions in:
Data management & next generation storage architectures
Virtualization & server architectures
Big Data analytics and cloud computing
Parallel programming for scalable services
Automatic diagnosis, prediction, decision making, machine learning
Network virtualization and programmable software-defined networks
Distributed software architecture
File systems design, security, deduplication, scalability and performance
The Advanced Technology Group is the innovation incubator within NetApp, responsible for researching, prototyping, and evaluating new ideas. We work directly with internal product groups to apply these ideas to existing and future products, thus having a directional impact on the Storage Industry. We also take pride in sponsoring university research and collaborate with research groups at many U.S. Universities.
In this role, you will participate in all phases of project development, from definition and design through technology transfer including:
Concept Research & Analysis
Software development, test, delivery
Reliability & Performance analysis
Publication generation and presentation both internally and externally
These positions will be located at our offices in:
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Strong programming skills & experience with distributed systems programming concepts.
Ability to work collaboratively within a team environment and demonstrate leadership characteristics.
A strong understanding of complex concepts related to computer architecture, data structures and programming practices.
Ability to develop long-range project plans and schedules for individuals or for a small team.
Strong verbal and written communication and presentation skills.
Experience with Kernel programming internals: UNIX, BSD, Linux, Windows
File system knowledge
Familiarity common file system architectures
In depth knowledge of one or more core kernel functions:
o Virtual memory
o Network protocol implementation
o Resource allocation and management
o File system implementation
Education and Experience
We are seeking full time University hires that are pursuing or possess a Master s or PhD degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or an equivalent course of study with a tentative start date of May/June 2017.
Full time / Part time
USA - California - Sunnyvale (Corporate Headquarters)
USA - Massachusetts - Waltham
USA - North Carolina - Research Triangle Park
NetApp is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. We are committed to compliance with all applicable laws providing equal employment opportunities. NetApp? makes reasonable accommodations, consistent with applicable laws, for the known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee with a disability, who can perform the essential job functions, unless undue hardship would result.