Software Development Manager - Amazon Web Services - Elastic File Systems team - Boston, MA..
Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) https://aws.amazon.com/efs/
is built in Boston, MA and launched into General Availability in 2016. EFS is a fully managed service that makes it easy to set up and scale shared file storage in the AWS Cloud. Amazon EFS is designed for a wide variety of use cases including data analytics, video rendering, genomics analysis, web serving, content management, container storage, and home directories, to name a few.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a dynamic and rapidly growing business within Amazon, with over a million businesses (customers) in 190 countries around the world. In 2016, AWS launched more than 1000 new services and innovative features! We maintain this rapid pace of innovation by enabling each team to function as a startup inside AWS, directly accountable for their customers’ satisfaction, service innovations, ambitious growth, and revenue goals.
As a Software Development Manager, you will lead a team designing and building services and features that allow customers to create cloud storage solutions that are secure, reliable, completely elastic, and scalable to petabyte-scale and beyond. Delivering reliable and high-performance services and features at AWS scale requires technical leaders with extraordinary expertise and boundless creativity. At Amazon, managers will interact with customers, understand our business goals, and innovate rapidly, delivering high-quality and high-value functionality.
What does it take to thrive as a Software Development Manager on EFS? You need to be creative, responsible, and curious while leading the team to move quickly in delivering results for our customers. You’re excited about designing and implementing solutions that scale, and engaging individual customers to understand what’s needed to meet their needs. You’re able to think about business opportunities, understand operational implications, and lead us in evolving our service architecture in the course of a single conversation. You’re looking for a team of bright, capable engineers to work with in implementing your vision and you want to both teach and learn from other engineers around you.
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