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Data Job of the Day: Storage Architect

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shuby Angela Guess

Shutterfly is looking for a Storage Architect in Redwood City, CA. The post states, “This position is part of the Systems Engineering team, responsible for supporting Shutterfly’s multi-terabyte database and data warehouse storage systems. You will investigate new technologies (storage, software), contribute to the design and building of next generation infrastructure, deploy capacity to the site, perform critical upgrades, manage data flow and IO redistribution processes and be responsible for the 99.99% uptime of the database service. In addition, you are a competent Perl or Python developer, building automation tools and utilities to manage storage across a wide variety of platforms.”

Qualifications for the position include: “Experience with distributed file systems, storage arrays, replication and virtualization technologies, volume and file system management products and backup solutions. System, storage and application/service design and implementation experience. Understanding of current industry trends including backup-to-disk, continuous backup, archiving, de-dup, virtualization and automated migrations. Demonstrated competency integrating open-source and commercial software products. Expert knowledge for Linux/Solaris based file-systems, particularly high-performance, clustered, global and shared file systems. In depth knowledge of disk-based storage hardware including storage controllers, SAN and RAID disk configurations. File system, network and server performance tuning. Experience developing and implementing automated autonomic and batch tools for managing large amounts of data.”

Learn more and apply here.

photo credit: Shutterfly

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