Software Engineer, Network, SDN - 8013

Company Name:
UpStream Global Services
Software Engineer, Network, SDN
We have an immediate contract opportunity with a large F500 client in the Menlo Park, CA area.
Our client is looking for Software engineers with an interest in Software Defined Networking (SDN). In addition to Software development, your duties may involve evaluating third party and open source software, interacting with various other Engineering teams and working with network hardware vendors. There is a wide range of areas to work on, spanning next-gen datacenter networking architecture (e.g., OpenFlow or similar technologies), software systems to configure and monitor network devices, and related software on servers.
o Develop software that runs on network devices and servers
o Integrate with other systems, evaluate third party solutions
o Collaborate with Network Engineering to design and build next gen datacenter networks, including the distributed control plane and agents which run on network devices.
o Conduct design and code reviews
o Analyze and improve efficiency, scalability, and stability of various system resources
o Bachelors in Computer Science or related field
o Experience with network devices (routers, switches, load balancers) and a good understanding of network routing protocols
o Experience developing control plane software for switches or routers is preferred
o Experience developing embedded systems is a plus
o In-depth understanding of the TCP/IP stack
o Proficient in C and C++ (Python is a plus)
o Solid understanding of the Linux operating system
o Ability to debug issues within custom code quickly
o A passion for developing scalable and optimized software systems
o High aptitude and technology-agnostic approach to engineering.
For immediate consideration please contact:
UpStream Global Services.
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