Software Developer 2
San Diego , California
January 12, 2017
This position seeks a software development professional, with 4 years of coding experience in a Linux OS /kernel and virtualization development environment. Prior experience with server virtualization (Oracle VM, Xen, Logical Domains, Logical Partitions, VMware, etc.) is a big plus. Prior experience with SPARC microprocessor based systems or Solaris is desirable. Experience with cloud architecture and deployments, server virtualization, SPARC, large scale enterprise servers, IO (Ethernet, Fibre-Channel, Infiniband) all a plus. The responsibilities of this position are to work as part of a local and distributed software development team, to improve and extend the Linux operating system in a SPARC/server or X86 based virtual compute environments.
Design, develop, troubleshoot and debug software programs for databases, applications, tools, networks etc.

As a member of the software engineering division, you will apply basic to intermediate knowledge of software architecture to perform software development tasks associated with developing, debugging or designing software applications or operating systems according to provided design specifications. Build enhancements within an existing software architecture and occasionally suggest improvements to the architecture.

Duties and tasks are standard with some variation; displays understanding of roles, processes and procedures. Performs moderately complex problem solving with assistance and guidance in understanding and applying company policies and processes. BS degree or equivalent experience relevant to functional area. 1 year of software engineering or related experience.

Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans status or any other characteristic protected by law.

A little about us:
Oracle is shifting the complexity from IT, moving it out of the enterprise by engineering hardware and software to work together—in the cloud.

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