With DCDN we are changing the way Internet content is delivered using mesh and p2p networks as fast as BitTorrent with nodes located closer to the users.
We are looking for an experienced Network engineer who will design, implement, monitor and optimize our content delivery network. He must have theoretical knowledge of low-level networking design principles and algorithms – including, but not limited to:
- content delivery networks architecture
- content replication
- cache organization
- peer to peer networks (BitTorrent, PEX, DHTs, trackers)
- QoS, QoE principles
- Raft algorithm
- bootstrapping in a P2P network
- data loss/ routing failure mitigation
- testing CDN push/ pull
- assessing optimal node bandwidth and capacity
- request routing schema
- network behavioral analysis
- adaptive connection rates
- end to end latency measurement
- bandwidth, latency, jitter
- DNS cache poisoning & DDoS mitigation
- scalability, ability to cope with bursts of requests
● Motivating salary package
● You will be part of a disruptive project that’s growing very fast
● Friendly working environment
● Flexible working hours
● Conferences and training included
● Fast-paced, dynamic work environment (quick learning process)
● Promising career path.
With DCDN we are changing the way Internet content is delivered using mesh and p2p networks as fast as BitTorrent with nodes located closer to users.
DCDN follows a decentralized model, the network is being built as a set of install and forget boxes called Boosters. By deploying a decentralized mesh network of DCDN Boosters the network performance will improve, enhancing the user experience while lowering the costs and increasing geographical coverage for the platforms. With a decentralized and widely distributed network we can solve the “last-mile” problem, the main hold up for traditional stream delivery channels, especially for high resolution high bitrate 4k, 8k and next generation streams. Instead of building datacenters, DCDN will deploy a network of Boosters.
With enough Boosters deployed, most of the viewers will pull streams from peering caching nodes, this resulting in a big decrease of the bandwidth cost, one of the most troubling issues of the video streaming platforms. Thus, the CDN’s core backbone will be stronger and will have way more caching capacity for consumers geographically located away from the POPs.
As more user-contributed Boosters join the DCDN network, the streaming delivery capability of the network improves. At the point where there is a sufficient amount of Boosters, the network can run on its own without the traditional CDN backbone, reducing to a minimum the resources held in a datacenter.
For content viewers the advantage lies in the proximity of the Boosters, acting as caching nodes, much closer than the CDN POPs and providing an improved Quality of Experience.
Platforms take the advantages of a wide geographically distributed platform, delivering content faster and cheaper.
This will not be only an incentive for joining the network as caching Boosters, it will also improve the overall streaming market and delivery operation.
Boosters will run our custom operating system which will power the network, assuring the replication and caching of the content where it's needed while maintaining high data availability. Boosters will have a high level of security with a custom OS and encrypted hard disk assuring that the users can’t take out the raw content. The management of the software running on Boosters will be done in a centralized manner, enabling us to push updates to the booster software without any user interaction.
Platforms using DCDN will take advantage of the built in machine learning enabled copyright forensics service.