Software Engineer 2 at Microsoft

Software Engineer 2 Details

March 8, 2019, 5:02 a.m.
Individual Contributor
Redmond, WA
Modern Microsoft Cloud
The Modern Microsoft Cloud is built on the three pillars of Storage, Compute and Networking. Azure OneDeploy is a part of Azure Compute. We safely stage and orchestrate deployments and repairs for both customer as well as infrastructural services on a global scale, across millions of virtual machines while maintaining high availability guarantees at our end on the customer. Our work is used by third party Microsoft customers, first party Microsoft services like HDInsight, SQL Azure, Cosmos and IndexServe, in addition to core Compute, Cloudnet and Storage infrastructure. This work holds the key to unlocking rapid innovation while providing the most up-to-date services, and it has a multiplier effect for the entire company as it delivers on a smart underlying infrastructure for everyone to use. This position is for an agile and fast-moving engineer within OneDeploy focusing on one or more of the following problems • Change management at all layers (infra/customer, public/private) in a coherent

• Build solutions that enable customers to focus on bussiness layer and automate/simplify provisioning and deployment on Azure. • Work with open source technologies and with internal microsoft teams and products to ship solutions
Basic Qualifications: 2+ years of software development experience Preferred • Distributed system experience • C++/C#, Java • 3+ years of commercial software development experience • 3+ years of building and shipping cloud first services at scale. • Multi-cloud experience (Azure/Autopilot/AWS/GCE) and experience with multiple technologies (Chef/Puppet/Kubernetes/Swarm/ServiceFabric) are all big pluses Ability to meet Microsoft, customer and/or government security screening requirements are required for this role. These requirements include, but are not limited to the following specialized security
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