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Linux Kernel Specialist (f/m/d) Full-time

Published at 2023-07-05 - Viewed: 1733 times - IONOS SE in Karlsruhe, Germany

With its business applications, IONOS is one of the leading hosting and
cloud applications providers in Europe. With our state-of-the-art
technologies, we convince more than 8 million customers in many
different countries every day.

Your Tasks:

You will adapt and improve customized Linux kernels for the needs of operation of thousands of servers, and data in the range of petabytes and billions of inodes, in collaboration with system administrators and experts.

  • Fault analysis and debugging of Linux kernels, also in operation.
  • Fixes and testing,also for the needs of operations.
  • Porting and longterm maintenance of downstream patches.
  • Performance and reliability improvements for the use-cases of operations.

We appreciate:

You are able to work with the sourcecode of the operationally relevant parts of customized Linux kernels, where the upstream has a total of millions of lines of code.

  • Master in Computer Science with focus on Operating Systems, or equivalent.
  • Experiences with the programming languages and development tools used by the Linux kernel.
  • Knowledge of Linux kernel architecture and the tasks of its operationally relevant components.
  • Willingness for longterm learning in the job and in teams.
  • Passion for OpenSource and the Linux Kernel.

Additional Information:

The following benefits await you:

  • Hybrid working model with home office option.
  • Flexible working hours through trust-based working hours.
  • At some locations a subsidized canteen and various free drinks.
  • Modern office space with very good transport connections.
  • Various employee discounts for activities and products.
  • Employee events such as summer and winter parties, as well as workshops.
  • Numerous training and development opportunities.
  • Various health offers, such as sports and health courses.

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