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Founded in 1998 by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and NetSuite CTO and Chairman Evan Goldberg, NetSuite (NYSE: N) is used by more than 16,000 companies and subsidiaries to run mission-critical operations without the high capital costs and inefficiency of antiquated client/server systems. Named by Gartner as the world's fastest-growing financial management vendor and winner of a prestigious 2011 CODiE award for Best Financial Management Solution, NetSuite is where business is going.
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NetSuite is looking for a Software Engineer to focus on the performance and scalability of NetSuite's platform. This engineer will proactively quantify and eliminate problems with the system to prevent emergencies in the future. Projects include building infrastructure for performance testing, releasing new NetSuite code, understanding divisions of labor among various machines to achieve performance/reliability/scalability goals, improving performance of the NetSuite applications, building external and internal monitoring tools, and executing other projects that meet the goals of the team.
This engineer will be a low-level coder who by nature feels pain when the system performs poorly, is an extremely careful coder, and has excellent debugging skills. They love being in the guts of the system. They may not care as much about the end user/customer's feature set, but much more about performance, uptime, and reliability. When the production application/website is hurting, they hurt in their bones.
If you cannot discuss Application Server configuration parameters, application server extension code, diagnose and resolve JVM issues, and understand every interaction between all parts of a 3-tiered application, then you are not suited for this job.