• Software Development Engineer, Elastic Container Registry (ECR)

    Location US-WA-Seattle
    Posted Date 6 months ago(9/18/2018 2:41 PM)
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  • Job Description

    Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) is looking for Software Development Engineers (SDEs) to build a container registry that's fast, scalable, and secure. As more companies switch to containers to improve the speed of their software delivery, they look to ECR for a great set of image management tools. We continue to grow the ecosystem of CI/CD and security-related features and tools that our customers use on a daily basis. In 2019, our primary areas of focus are security and performance. For example, we are working on image scanning to help customers find and fix vulnerabilities in their software, and we are solving exciting technical challenges such as how to dramatically reduce the time it takes to launch a container within AWS.

    ECR is at the heart of most containerized applications and workflows that run on AWS. Customers that use ECS, EKS, Fargate, Batch, and other container-based services, rely on ECR, and the platform is growing very quickly. This is an opportunity to build and operate systems on a massive scale. You'll be surrounded by people who are passionate about coding; supportive of each other; and motivated by the opportunity to help our customers.

    To learn more about Amazon Elastic Container Registry, visit https://aws.amazon.com/ecr

    Basic Qualifications

    • BS in Computer Science or equivalent experience. Knowledge of CS fundamentals, including data structures and algorithms.
    • Expert in at least one common programming language, such as C, C++, C#, Java, Scala, Python, Ruby, or Golang.
    • 5+ years of experience building and operating highly-available services.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Experience using containers to build and operate software.
    • Knowledge of internet and security fundamentals.
    • Passion for open source.
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