Administration, Monitoring and Tools Developer
NuoDB - Cambridge, MA

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At NuoDB we°re changing how people think about databases. We°re building a revolutionary relational database from the ground up. It scales like NoSQL databases but has standard SQL interfaces and is completely transactional. We°re looking for excellent developers to join our small but fast-moving team of talented engineers.

Overview As a NuoDB Administration, Monitoring, and Tools developer, you will be working with the team responsible for building the administration capabilities for NuoDB. This includes graphical web based front ends, command line interfaces, provisioning capabilities of databases across a massively distributed set of computers, policy based automatic administration, and integration with best in-class monitoring tools. Most of your primary development will be in Java but you are comfortable with Javascript. You thrive on bringing order to deployment of services in cloud environments such as Amazon EC2.

Got skills? Successfully built distributed applications using Java – this includes large scale Web sites Excellent Java development skills Multi-threaded programming experience Distributed computing deployment and monitoring experience, preferably in cloud environments such as Amazon EC2 or RackSpace Excellent analytic and debugging skills Additional skills 5 or more years commercial software development experience 4-year degree from a top-notch Computer Science or comparable program C++ development experience Experience with JavaScript toolkits such as Sencha ExtJS or JQuery

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