[Jobposts] Ocarina Networks: High Availability Engineer (San Jose, CA)

Nicole Norton nnorton at OcarinaNetworks.com
Mon Jun 4 18:03:24 UTC 2007

Ocarina is a dynamic new startup committed to solving the single biggest IT pain-point of today: out of control data storage growth. Building robust and high-performance storage and network subsystems, designing innovative data representation algorithms, and creating industry-leading customer experiences is what keeps this team of of talented and highly driven individuals busy. The company recently received funding from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and Highland Capital Partners, and is tooled up to pioneer the emerging file area network. Join our team and contribute to this industry-changing effort!

Job Title:
High Availability Engineer

Job Summary:
Ocarina is seeking a self-driven individual to design and implement high availability features for its line of storage optimization appliances.

Job Responsibilities:

 *   Design and Implement HA schemes for hardware, software, and network layer redundancy.
 *   Design and Implement appropriate configuration interfaces for HA setup.
 *   Author HA best-practice guides.
 *   Work with Testing Team to create appropriate test infrastructure to guarantee ongoing product quality.

 *   Minimum 5 years of experience designing high availability schemes for storage appliances, IP telephony systems, network switches or other hardware/software integrated products.
 *   Strong knowledge of various failure conditions and appropriate failover/giveback schemes.
 *   Strong knowledge of network layer failover schemes, both active/active and active/passive.
 *   Knowledge of cluster filesystem architectures a plus.
 *   Extremely strong kernel-level programming skills.
 *   BS in CS, EE or related field. MS preferred.
Travel required: none
Telecommute: no

To apply for this position, email resume to susan at ocarinanetworks.com<mailto:susan at ocarinanetworks.com>. Ocarina Networks is an equal opportunity employer and values your individuality.


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