Posted over 1 year ago
Atlassian is looking for talented a principal engineer to build the next generation Identity Platform.
Over the last two years, Identity completely rebuilt their infrastructure around a micro services architecture with highly scalable services utilizing AWS resources. Aside from maintaining and growing user management features, Identity is responsible for operating its infrastructure reliably at a massive and constantly growing scale.
All products and services at Atlassian integrate with the Identity Platform, so you will collaborate with other Developer teams, Product Managers, Quality Engineers, and Support Engineers to ship an Identity experience that our users love. You will directly impact our customers' experience through the design and implementation of new features and functionalities. You will be a part of a small and high-energy team delivering improvements for our Identity infrastructure that powers all of our Cloud products.
On your first day, we'll expect you to have:
- Specialization in Java and Spring Framework
- Proven understanding of micro-services oriented architecture and extensible REST APIs
- Experience with AWS cloud infrastructure
- Fluency in any one database technology (e.g. RDBMS like Oracle or Postgres and/or NoSQL like DynamoDB or Cassandra)
- Knowledge of the principles to construct fault-tolerance, reliability and durability within software systems
- Knowledge to evaluate trade-offs between correctness, robustness, performance, space and time
- Experience in taking ownership of features, while working with a team on short and long-running projects
It’s awesome, but not required if you have experience working with:
- OAuth2, OpenID Connect, SAML protocols and encryption technologies
- Relational databases, such as MySQL and PostgreSQL
- Large scale distributed systems and event-driven architectures
- Understanding of SaaS, PaaS, IaaS industry with hands on experience with public cloud offerings (e.g., AWS, GAE, Azure)
- Familiarity with other programming languages and frameworks, such as Node.js, Scala, and Go
- Practical knowledge of agile software development methodologies (e.g., XP, scrum)
- Experience with continuous delivery and infrastructure as code