Senior Performance Test Engineer

US-IL-Chicago
Job ID
37180
Function
Engineering

Overview

The newly formed Enterprise Intelligence software (EIS) Business Unit is looking for an advanced QA Engineer capable of full-stack QA Automation for mobile and cloud application. This opportunity is a chance to join a high performance software team that will transform Zebra's software components into an advanced data driven solution.

 

The Performance Test Engineer will design and execute the load & performance test activities on multiple, simultaneous, complex projects. Work with product management and development teams to design and develop scalable products.

 

Responsibilities

* Responsible for preparation and execution of Load & Stress test scripts

* Identify performance issues and debug scripts

* Designs, develops, and maintains load testing framework

* Work with team members from QA, SysOps, Developers and Support

* Generate load of at least million devices connecting to platform (bottom-up load)

* Develop performance related test scenarios and create & maintain test data

* Responsible for creating baseline for performance

* Create reports for performance and scalability of our solutions

* Establishing and sharing performance best practices, designing and executing a robust performance test strategy

* Work with team for thorough understanding of design and architecture

* Automate the execution of load and performance testing

Qualifications

* Bachelor's degree in computer science or related degree.

* Strong background in load & performance testing using Amazon EC2.

* 5+ years experience doing Load & Performance testing using open source tools.

* 5+ years experience with common programming and scripting languages such as JavaScript, Jquery, Groovy, Python or Ruby.

* Experience working with databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Cassandra.

* Experience working with Unix based operating systems.

* Experience testing RESTful API

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