MTS - Test Automation at Datrium
Sunnyvale, CA, US
Datrium is redefining infrastructure as software in the modern compute ecosystem where high volume low latency workloads span complex configurations across cloud, on-prem, and edge environments.  We are creating the world’s first software infrastructure that converges world-class performance, capacity optimization, cloud integration, and fine-grained data management.   Combining these functions along with backup and disaster recovery into one system delivers game-changing simplicity to devops and VM administrators.   Datrium is a pre-IPO startup led by the CTOs and founders from Data Domain and early Principal Engineers from VMware.
Here’s where you come in:
As a Test automation engineer, you’ll work alongside a team of world-class engineers and thought leaders in filesystem, cloud applications, virtualization, or engineering services.  There, you’ll invent and develop solutions that further Datrium product functionality.


      • Lead, design and implement automated tests and required changes in test infrastructure
      • Partner with engineering teams and develop or maintain automated tests for one or more components
      • Ability to mentor junior automation engineers
      • Follow best practices for development
      • Participate in code and design reviews


    • Bachelors, Masters or PhD in Computer Science or Engineering.
    • Minimum 4 years of experience in any one of the following programming languages: Python, Java, C or C++
    • Minimum 4 years of experience in deploying, configuring and troubleshooting storage and/or networking systems
    • Minimum  3 years of experience in writing, extending and maintaining automated test plans for one or more of the following areas : Cloud Storage, ESX or Linux Platform Software, High Availability, File Systems
    • Ability to work independently in a small team environment and take on a variety of technical roles as needed. 


    • Knowledge of Linux Kernel
    • Knowledge of Virtualization and Container technologies including VMWare, KVM, Docker, and Kubernetes