Zoom has arrived in Singapore! This position will be dynamic and challenging and we are looking for the right individual that can think on their feet and really embrace new challenges as they come along.
Performance testing of backend meeting servers including single server testing and integration testing, generating reports for server release or technical requirement.
- At least 2 years of experience as a QA for SaaS systems
- 1-2 years of experience on linux operation on text mode, Centos is preferred
- Knowledge on network, LAN, WAN5
- Experience on tools for performance tuning - perf, vmstat, top, sar, etc. perf is preferred
- Good communication with oral and written English, ability to converse in Chinese is preferred
- Good communication skills and teamwork sense;
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