Software Engineer Intern (3 Months) - Reduce compute resource needs using Knative
We are a global technology company, driving energy innovation for a balanced planet.
At SLB we create amazing technology that unlocks access to energy for the benefit of all. That is our purpose. As innovators, that’s been our mission for 100 years. We are facing the world’s greatest balancing act- how to simultaneously reduce emissions and meet the world’s growing energy demands. We’re working on that answer. Every day, a step closer.
Our collective future depends on decarbonizing the fossil fuel industry, while innovating a new energy landscape. It’s what drives us. Ensuring progress for people and the planet, on the journey to net zero and beyond. For a balanced planet.
FDPlan is a cloud-native application hosted on SLB’s industry leading DELFI platform. It is deployed as a Kubernetes application and uses microservice architecture for feature development. Currently, most of the microservices are running as k8s service and consuming resources whilst not serving any requests that add to the operation cost. FDPlan hosts the workflow service and provides the off-the-shelf system computes that are only required when the user runs the specific workflows. Since workflow computes are not always needed, those services can be converted to lightweight workloads using Knative, which can help save operational costs. This project will need a basic understanding of Kubernetes and the cloud deployment model.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
The successful intern will help in leaning cloud development and Function as a service (FAAS) deployment model on Kubernetes.
Penultimate or final year student, studying towards Bachelors or Masters in Computer Science or related field.
- Basic understanding of Kubernetes and Docker
Experience in one of the following would be advantageous
- Back-end web development
We are open to flexible, hybrid working with a combination of on-site & home working days.
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