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    Senior Application Performance Engineer- Silicon Valley, CA (full-time)

    MindSource is looking for a Performance Engineer responsible for performance analysis, server system analysis, bottleneck detection, metrics, tools development, database, and network knowledge. Our client is a mobile start-up.

    Paid: Yes
    Location: San Jose, CA
    Type: Full-time

    Technical Skills:

    Minimum of 5 years of demonstrated experience in a large-scale, high-traffic web serving or wireless applications in RHEL 5 or CentOS 5x environment
    Deep working knowledge with CentOS 5.x and /or RHEL 5
    Deep working knowledge in performance analysis and tuning of C++, Java, Tomcat and Apache applications
    Deep working knowledge in capacity analysis and tuning of C++, Java, Tomcat and Apache applications
    Deep working knowledge in performance and capacity analysis and tuning for Oracle RAC
    Deep working knowledge in performance and capacity analysis and tuning for Oracle remote replication environment
    Deep working knowledge in performance and capacity analysis and tuning for large scale storage systems
    Good working knowledge with VMWare ESX 3.0
    Good working knowledge in server and storage design, operational support
    Working knowledge of load balancers such as Cisco ACE and CSS
    Some code development background in C++ and Java
    Develop scripting in Bash, Perl, and PHP.
    Excellent documentation writing skills
    Excellent communications skill. and interpersonal team work skills
    BS in Computer Science/Information Technology or equivalent experience

    If you are interested in applying for this position, please contact us at hanh@mindsource.com, or send a PM to this poster
    Last edited by mk391419; January 12th, 2009 at 12:36 AM.

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