Apples Open Source Engineering team provides development and operational support to teams throughout the company.
We provide stable and reliable open source products that perform at Apple scale.
This team achieves these goals in the open, through active collaboration with open source communities.
We function as a link between the myriad functional teams within Apple and those communities.We are looking for a motivated engineer who is excited about the challenge of working on the Apache Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) project! This is a Software Engineering role that requires a strong background in the implementation and operation of distributed storage and file-systems.
Prior experience contributing to Apache Hadoop is a strong plus.
Engagement with the Hadoop community on behalf of users and operators is essential.
Are you someone who enjoys working on foundational technologies? If this sounds like something which you would be interested in, we'd love to hear from you!The Open Source HDFS team is made up of Apache Hadoop contributors.
We own the software for the development lifecycle of HDFS within Apple.Primary responsibilities include feature development, bug fixes, release management, and production support/triage of HDFS deployments and related systems.
We work in partnership with the Kubernetes infrastructure organization, thus prior experience with containers and with orchestration frameworks such as Docker Swarm or Apache Mesos is a plus.We partner with the SRE teams who run some of the largest HDFS clusters in the world.
We also partner with the application teams who deliver Apple products.
RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE JOB MAY INCLUDE:- Collaboration with SRE and Development teams to identify requirements of production deployments.- Collaboration with the open source community: architectural and code reviews, documentation, issue triage, mailing list discussions, etc.- Support internal initiatives as they pertain to HDFS, provide HDFS expertise to system architectures, and bring internal innovations back to the open source.
How to Apply
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