MTS - QA

Datrium has built the world’s first system that converges world-class performance, world-class capacity optimization, AWS integration, and fine-grained data management. Combining these functions into one system delivers game-changing simplicity to VM and devops administrators. Our goal is to disrupt the traditional server+array+backup patterns and transform how enterprise applications are deployed in the data center and cloud. Datrium is a pre-IPO startup led by the CTOs and founders from Data Domain and early Principle Engineers from VMware.

Datrium is looking for sharp engineers to join its world class team building industry disrupting storage and data management products.  You will join the team qualifying Datrium products.

Responsibilities:

  • Create/run/automate detailed test plans and test cases based on functional specifications
  • Collaborate with developers and QA engineers to find & analyze product issues
  • File detailed bug reports with precise descriptions of issues and any applicable logs, cores, and other artifacts
  • Multitask efficiently with good communication skills

Requirements:

  • 4+ years of QA experience for an enterprise systems product
  • Experience with Linux, Windows, and VMWare ESXi operating systems
  • Strong understanding of enterprise storage concepts & protocols
  • Proven ability to deliver and collaborate in a high performing team
  • Deep understanding of software testing concepts and principles
  • BS degree in Computer Science or equivalent
  • Proficient in automating tests using, Python including familiarity with VMware APIs
  • Proficient with administration of ESXi & VC

Additional Experience

  • AWS & other cloud deployment & management experience
  • NSX
  • VDI experience w/ Horizon / Citrix
  • KVM / Docker / OpenShift
  • SQL / Oracle RAC
  • SRM

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