Senior Software Engineer – Engine team

Company Information

Iguazio is building a faster, easier, and smarter way for data science to flow seamlessly from raw idea to real-world impact. This is data science brought to life.

Iguazio provides a data science platform built for production and real-time use cases. The company raised $72M from top financial and strategic VCs, is led by a team of serial entrepreneurs, and serves a diverse set of customers worldwide, ranging from technology companies such as NetApp to financial services clients such as Payoneer. We’re looking for top talent to help us continue our growth — and grow with us!

Iguazio is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to be part of our all-star Engine-Data Team and play a critical role in our mission to revolutionize MLOps domain.

The Engine-Data team is responsible for providing storage and database services for the Iguazio system. Iguazio offering includes many unique storage services that makes our MLOps solutions a market leader.


  • Own full lifecycle of features, from initiation, design, through coding, testing, delivering, and fixing bugs
  • Collaborate with Application teams, QA, and Product to define and build new features
  • Constantly improve system performance and reliability for large scale customers
  • Investigate issues arrivingfrom QA and/or customers and supply solutions  


You must be a team player, focused, take initiative, be a great communicator, and have excellent prioritization skills.

  • 5+ years of experience in C/C++ in Linux environment
  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related technical field, or equivalent practical experience
  • Knowledge of distributed systems, Storage, RT – is a big advantage
  • Experience writing high-performance oriented system – a big advantage
  • Experience with Golang – an advantage
  • Experience in Low-level development – an advantage

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