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Big Data Architect

iSolvers Inc

This is a Full-time position in Chicago, IL posted February 14, 2021.

NO C2C PLEASE Big Data Architect (Remote) 12+ Years of experience in IT 5+ years of professional experience building resilient, scalable, and performant data platform solutions using AWS Expert level understanding and hands-on experience of data lake fundamentals and building efficient data pipelines Work with AWS native technologies such as EC2, Athena, Glue, Data Pipeline, Lake Formation, Data Lake, Glue Data Catalog, RDS, S3, Lambda, Kinesis, Redshift, API Gateway, CloudWatch, CloudTrail, AWS Config, AWS SDK. Strong Experience in building Data lake using Spark Experience with Agile methodologies Experience with relational SQL and NoSQL databases, including Postgres. Experience in functional, object-oriented, and scripting languages Python, Java, Scala Experience developing and working with RESTful APIs for data transfer Experience in git, git-flow, and CICD Experience in data format and serialization json, xml, pickle, avro, parquet or protocol buffer Experience in Machine Learning pipeline development hyper parameter tuning, model validation, model serving, model performance monitoring Experience in automation AWS services deployment using Terraform scripts. Having experience in Reporting tools like Cognos, Tableau is an added advantage. Good knowledge of self-services tools like ThoughtSpot is added advantage Tech Stack Hadoop and Informatica tools PowerCenter, MDM, Big Data Manager, Spark, Kafka, Hive, HBase, Databases SQL, NoSQL, Postgres AWS cloud services EC2, EMR, RDS, Redshift, Snowflake Stream-processing systems Spark-Streaming, Kafka Streams, Flink Reporting Tools Cognos 10+, Tableau 2019 Self-Services Tools ThoughtSpot Thanks Dolly

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