Dell Application Lab Engineer (XtremIO, Herzliya) in Herzliya, Israel

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About us

XtremIO develops a new class of storage solution based on groundbreaking innovation in primary storage design. Leveraging Solid State Drive (SSD) technology, we re-architect storage to deliver unprecedented value in performance, economics, operations, and data management efficiencies, addressing major pain points in high growth Enterprise IT markets.

Originally backed by some of the world's preeminent venture capital firms, XtremIO was acquired by EMC in May, 2012. XtremIO R&D operates as an independent entity within EMC, giving the company a unique combination of start-up culture and agility, with the financial backing, stability, and resources of the world's #1 data storage company.

Job Description & Key Responsibilities

The XtremIO Engineering Technical Support Infrastructure team is responsible for managing and developing our global labs in 6 geographical locations. Our focus areas are: XtremIO setup and integration in various environments, research for best-practices/optimization-guidelines and development of scripts as well as complex customers’ environments reproductions.

Desired Skills & Experience

  • Knowledge and hands-on experience with block-level Storage/storage networking protocols/file systems

  • Knowledge of Storage Network Technologies (SAN & NAS)

  • Coordinate and lead global infrastructure projects

  • System Administrator level knowledge with a range of operating systems (Linux, Windows, UNIX) and virtualization technologies (VMware, HyperV etc.)

  • Excellent understanding of IT infrastructure with good understanding of enterprise customers’ needs

  • Scripting mastery (Python/Shell)

  • Excellent English skills


  • Background in Databases (Oracle, SQL)

  • Project management skills

  • B.Sc./B.A. degree in computer science, engineering or a related discipline