We are currently looking for a Cloud Software Engineer to join our growing Nimble Cloud Volumes (NCV) software team. As part of the NCV team at HPE, you will work on storage management and integration projects, specifically in the area of cloud software.
If you have the relevant experience, have a passion for quality and good software engineering practices, and enjoy working in a fast paced, highly rewarding environment, then HPE is the place for you. #CBHPE
- You will apply deep understanding of Amazon Web Services and Azure technologies to design and develop features for NCV that spans across cloud and makes use of Nimble’s rich feature-set on arrays stored at Datacenters around the world. This will in-turn provide superior user experience and ease-of-use
- Designing software systems running on multiple platform types.
Education and Experience Required:
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or equivalent.
- 4-6 years experience.
- Experience with storage or networking systems is a plus
Knowledge and Skills:
- Significant hands-on experience with Python for backend development work. Python a MUST
- Knowledge of Bootstrap, Foundation or Material Design and experience with building a custom design system.
- Expertise in multiple software systems design tools and languages.
- Strong proficiency in building and customizing a design system(s) as well as capable of taking on the actual implementation of the application.
- Strong knowledge of AWS and Azure technologies including information on how to use their APIs for NCV solution
- Motivated to work as part of a broader team to deliver NCV features with great user experience
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills; mastery in English and local language. Ability to effectively communicate product architectures, design proposals and negotiate options at management levels.
Desired/Nice to have:
- Thorough knowledge and experience using REST API
- Working knowledge of contemporary source code development tools and techniques (e.g. GIT, Maven, Eclipse, etc.)