Full Stack Developers
Company: Amiseq Inc.
Posted on: December 8, 2018
- Design, write and build tools to improve the reliability, latency, availability and scalability of Walmart e-commerce products.
- Influence, design and create new architectures, standards and methods for large-scale enterprise systems.
- Drive the execution of multiple business plans and projects.
- Leads the discovery phase of medium to large projects to come up with high level design.
- Augment existing instrumentation to build a cohesive picture of the characteristics of our systems with special attention to points of failure.
- Develop a deep understanding of the various services and applications that come together to deliver Walmart e-commerce products and Analyze requirements, design and implement infrastructure solutions for e-Commerce platform.
- Design new tools to monitor and smart alerts that help Client failures/issues in a timely fashion and work with engineers to identify root cause and fix issues.
- Interact with application teams, architects, and PMs to design and implement new functionality. Secure the system from issues, be they real, perceived or notional and focus on collecting and inferring metrics.
- Troubleshoots business and production issuesMust have:
- Self-starter with solid programming skills, expertise and experience with Java, RESTful APIs,API lifecycle. Solid knowledge and understanding of usage of git, maven and CI tools
- Exercises good judgment in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining solutions and is an effective team player.
- Has delivered production ready softwareHighly Desirable Skills:
- React, Redux, node.js, and has built consumer faced web applications.
- Strong understanding of Distributed Systems.
- Ability to design for fault tolerance and high availability.
- Experience with Message Queue based scalable async architecture.
Keywords: Amiseq Inc., Sunnyvale , Full Stack Developers, IT / Software / Systems , Sunnyvale, California
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