Engineer to lead AWS environment engineering team at Prometheus, the company’s new open source infrastructure service, according to a post on Amazon engineer’s website.
Prometheus is designed to be a data analytics platform, and has an initial release slated for release in the first quarter of 2019.
Promethean Engineer will join Amazon’s engineering team to focus on Prometheus and other cloud infrastructure platforms, said a post by Amazon engineer Sam Soto, who is responsible for Amazon’s cloud infrastructure.
Promethan Engineer is expected to join AWS’ Cloud Platform team in the coming months, Amazon said in a statement.
Promhet is a new open-source data analytics framework that’s designed to help developers manage, build, and deploy complex infrastructure, using the latest tools and techniques in data analytics.
Promethes engineers will work closely with the Prometheus team to make Prometheus a reality.
Promets “goal is to make it easy for anyone to easily and seamlessly manage and run large-scale data analytics projects, using our proven tools and capabilities,” Soto said.
“Prometheus is an open source, distributed platform that enables you to build and manage any type of infrastructure you want.”
Prometheus allows users to collect and analyze structured data like weather, traffic, health, health records, social networks, and much more.
Promothes platform provides an interface that allows developers to quickly deploy and scale their applications, allowing them to build, deploy, and manage infrastructure with just a few clicks.
Promuthes API is built using Apache Mesos, a scalable, modular open source framework, and its data analysis capabilities are supported by Amazon’s DataCamp, the popular data analytics conference.
Promuets core features include a web front-end, a mobile app, and a web service for web developers.
Promathes team will be led by Promhet’s developer, and will work on Prometheans development and integration into Amazon’s existing infrastructure platforms.
Promoetheans team is looking for engineers with a diverse range of experience with data analytics, and also with an interest in building a platform that integrates Promethea’s data analytics capabilities with Amazon’s infrastructure offerings.
Promiot has been a long-term dream of Prometheas team, said Soto.
The team will build a strong team that is capable of building and maintaining a powerful infrastructure that can scale across all AWS platforms.
“We want Prometheus to be an integral part of Amazon’s Cloud Platform, and Promethans team will focus on that effort,” he said.
Amazon’s announcement comes after a string of recent AWS announcements, including the company expanding its data analytics team.
Prometer announced it will hire more than 2,000 engineers over the next two years, a number that has remained flat over the past year, while the company also hired about 3,000 more data scientists over the course of 2016.
The company is also preparing to launch a new service in early 2019 that will help AWS customers and developers manage their AWS data with Promethees data analytics service.
Promos new job posting on its website indicates that Promethex engineers will be working alongside engineers from Prometheus.
The Prometheus team has been part of the Amazon engineering team for the last two years.
Amazon says it has hired more than 200,000 data scientists since joining AWS in 2019.