Systems Software Engineer (OS Internals / Virtualization) at Bromium UK Limited () (allows remote)
Type: Full Time
Created: 2021-06-24 05:00:51
HP deliver the world’s most secure PCs, engineered to protect the end user through hardware level security features. You’ll be joining the Virtualization Platforms group responsible for building hypervisors (Yes! We’re working on several VMM projects) and other operating system components.
Our team has created a game-changing technology called micro-virtualization to protect end-users by isolating risky activities such as opening email attachments of unknown provenance in small, disposable Virtual Machines called uVMs.
You can check out the uXen code base (our micro-virtualization hypervisor) in our public GitHub repo: https://github.com/uxen-virt/uxen. We’re also working on other advanced virtualization-based projects but let’s leave these to chat about “in person” if you’re interested.
Ideally the role holder will ordinarily work from our Cambridge, UK office but we’d also welcome applications from candidates who wish to work remotely, are available during core UK working hours and can visit Cambridge as/when required.
Lead design and implementation efforts with operating system level software projects such as device drivers with emphasis on virtualization and Windows kernel environments
Lead reverse engineering and black box debugging efforts
Provide solutions for macro and micro verification of the developed components
Experience developing system software in C and x86 assembler
Expert understanding of modern operating systems
Hands on experience with locating and addressing performance bottlenecks in system software
Experience of debugging complex systems problems
The following skills and attributes are a plus:
Understanding of Windows NT components such as memory or I/O manager
Experience of working on Windows internals, x86 architectures, Windows IoT and Windows on Arm development
Working knowledge of WDM (KMDF is a plus) and ideally at least one of: WDDM, NDIS, WFP
Familiarity with virtualization technologies
Experience with Linux kernel development
Understanding of components in the OSI networking model with emphasis on TCP/IP protocols
Bromium was acquired by HP Inc on 19 September 2019. Ordinarily, you will work from our R&D offices in Cambridge, UK, but due to COVID-19 you will work from home initially. We offer flexible working, competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package.
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