Systems Engineer- Compute and Storage Infrastructure (21273-BHAM)
Professional Diversity Network
Natick, MA, USA
Information Technology (IT)
The Systems Engineering team is responsible for the infrastructure of a highly automated facility that supports building, testing, and deployment of all MathWorks products. We design, develop and implement infrastructure that increases scalability and performance of the services that support our Development organization.
Use your system level expertise to help evolve the scalability of our infrastructure platform: a highly automated build and test system with hundreds of servers and thousands of nodes
Help design, implement, and support the company's product development infrastructure (servers, storage, databases) with a focus on security and fault tolerance
Architect and evolve both the hardware and software aspects of the infrastructure. This includes High Availability systems, client-server protocol for Windows, UNIX and Mac OS systems, and virtualized systems
Design and develop a secure architecture for our code repository infrastructure
Design, develop, and implement authentication and authorization rules around access to our company's data
Perform security threat modeling for our code repositories and company data to identify security issues and risks, and develop mitigation strategies
Experience with DevOps tools like Ansible, Chef, Puppet etc.
Experience working with client-server protocols like SMB, NFS
Thorough understanding of network storage systems
Experience in security engineering for storage systems
Experience implementing communication security protocols along with authentication and authorization techniques
Exposure to developing and applying threat modeling and vulnerability identification
Experience with Windows, Mac, and Linux (Network Protocols, file systems, etc.)
Experience with Kerebros is a plus
Experience with Open source Storage solutions (ZFS, Ceph) is a plus
Demonstrate strong debugging skills
A bachelor's degree and 5 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree) is required.
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