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Juniper Networks Overview

Sunnyvale, CA (US)
5001 to 10000 employees
1996
Company - Public (JNPR)
₹100 to ₹500 billion (INR) per year
At Juniper Networks, we are leading the charge to architecting the new network. At the heart of the new network is our promise to transform the economics and experience of networking for our customers. We offer a high-performance network infrastructure built on simplicity ... Read more

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Juniper Networks – Why Work For Us?


 

Connecting technology—and people.

At Juniper, we make the advanced technologies that give organizations the power to connect, solve problems, and capture opportunities.

But we also empower people to connect their ideas to the world around them and bring their vision to life. The network is the point where technology and people meet, and what results can be truly amazing.

As a company, Juniper’s mission is to connect everything and empower everyone. As an employer, we strive to help people forge meaningful connections that advance their careers, elicit recognition, and engage the greater community in ways that make a real difference in people's lives.

Come to Juniper and make connections that matter.


Connecting technology. And people.

Juniper Networks makes advanced technologies that help organizations connect, solve problems and capture opportunities. But we also empower people to connect their ideas to the world around them and realize their hopes and ambitions. The network is the point where technology and people meet. And what results can be truly amazing.


New talent is the lifeblood of the technology industry. By embracing the next generation of network developers and connecting with their passion, we’re building the pipeline of high-caliber talent that is vital for innovation. We’re also committed to helping develop that talent grow and flourish.


 

Tearing down the barriers between the devices. And people.

Diverse perspectives are the key to unlocking the biggest technology challenges today. By celebrating inclusion and showcasing the extraordinary opportunities that come with uncommon and inquisitive thinking, we show how the Juniper Way elevates everyone.


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    Pros

    Juniper is a great place to start your career with. lot of new technologies to learn, lot of opportunities, people are friendly, helpful and very knowledgable, great office, Flexible working hours, work from home provision, cab facility, RSU, casual culture.

    Cons

    less fun activities, less team building activities, should have more knowledge transfer sessions to know what other teams are upto. cross team interaction is less.

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    Junior Software Developer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Bengaluru
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    Application

    I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Juniper Networks (Bengaluru) in September 2018.

    Interview

    I went till the 2nd round, and couldn't clear it. The first round consisted of questions based on arrays and basic logic to tackle them. The round lasted for an hour. The first interviewer was a decent guy, he gave me hints whenever required and his main focus was how I approached the question. I really appreciated the 1st round in terms of how it was conducted by him and it felt like a casual talk, no pressure. He was satisfied with the attempts I made at solving the questions, and moved me up to the next round. The 2nd round was tough for me as I hadn't properly prepared OOPs concepts. I answered the first few questions, but had problems in the further proceedings. After I read them, I realised that the questions were quite straight forward and direct OOPs questions. Good experience overall.

    Interview Questions

    • 1). Given an unsorted array having n^2 elements ranging from 1 to n^2, (Example: [8,1,5,3,4,9,7,3,2,6]; n^2=9 ) Transfer these to a 2D Array having dimensions n x n in increasing order. (Required Complexity less than O(n^2).)

      {
          1 2 3
          4 5 6
          7 8 9
                  }3x3   1 Answer
    • 2). Given an array which has random elements such that the value tells the number of hops that can be done from that index to the indices ahead, find if you can reach till the end of array. If the value for the hop is 0, that means you've hit a wall, and cannot go ahead, hence return false or not possible.

      { 2, 0, 3, 5, 1, 4, 2 } Here for the first element at 0th index "2", Two hops can be possible i.e either to 0 or 3. 0 means dead end so you have to select the highest values amongst the hopped positions in order to go ahead. If only 0 is the next option, then you will have to return not possible.   Answer Question
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Juniper Networks Awards & Accolades

  • World's Most Ethical Companies, Ethisphere, 2013
  • Best of Show Grand Prix(Data Center and Storage), Interop Tokyo, 2012
  • World's Most Ethical Companies, Ethisphere, 2012
  • Best Places to Work, BRW, 2011
  • Employees’ Choice -50 Best Places to Work, Glassdoor, 2010
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