Arm-related openings at VMware

Have you ever wanted to write an operating system from scratch? Are you crazy about Arm technology and virtualization? Come join VMware and help enable our world-class ESXi hypervisor for next-generation Arm-based infrastructure and workloads.

ESXi, the foundation of VMware’s vSphere product offering, is a Type I hypervisor. It is built from scratch with a purpose-built architecture to run customer VMs and containers with maximum efficiency, reliability, security and flexibility. ESXi is the leading datacenter operating system in the world, used by 100% of Fortune 100 companies and 99% of Fortune 1000 companies.

x86-based servers today form the bulk of the traditional server market ecosystem served by VMware. However, new workloads, trends and TCO considerations may favor the use of 64-bit Arm infrastructure all the way from the Cloud to the Edge. This includes  traditional servers and datacenters, IoT and NFV gateways and even novel form-factors such as SmartNICs and computational storage. As the world leader in virtualization, we are investigating new opportunities and markets unlocked by such emerging technologies, in order to best address possible market demand and to best meet the needs of our customers.

Today we’ve publicly announced  just one such opportunity enabled by ESXi-Arm. Project Monterey is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reimagine server architecture and datacenter infrastructure.

Here are some current openings, which cover both core ESXi-Arm work and Project Monterey:

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