relayr is an IoT company for the Digital Transformation of Industries. We provide a device, hardware and sensor-agnostic enterprise middleware platform, and powerful, simple-to-use tools which enable fast and cost effective development of new solutions, equipment and services for the Internet of Things
Have you dreamed of building the future? relayr has become Europe's leading platform for the Internet of Things, enabling the interaction between diverse systems, and creating new scenarios in which we interact with the world around us. If you would like to work with a great team and technology to build the infrastructure for the next generation of connected devices.
Then relayr is the right place for you!
Relayr is bringing things to life. We have three technical pillars: an Internet of Things Platform as a Service, open SDKs and a Hardware development platforms designed to allow developers and enterprises to quickly build Internet of Things solutions.
We are looking to recruit a diverse group to be able to best handle the diverse problems in the emerging market of Internet of Things.
As a Scala IoT Developer in our Munich office you would be able to design and implement new features for our platform (Scala, REST Services, Akka, Postgres, Cassandra, RabbitMQ, etc.), build data streaming / analytics infrastructure (i.e. on Apache Flink) and work on scalability / performance problems.
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Designing and implementing new features for backend (Scala, REST Services, Akka, Postgres, Cassandra, RabbitMQ, etc.) You will be involved in designing features, not just implementing them. Help building data streaming / analytics infrastructure to process data from sensors. Working on scalability / performance problems. Help to design a usable and universal API for IoT Actively communicating with our existing team of Scala developers, DevOps, Front End and Community teams.
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