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Big Data Administrator
Join our Big Data Team and work on dynamic long-term projects. The majority of our team members are long-term employees who enjoy consistent work and a collaborative team approach!
Implementation and deployment of new Big Data core services in non-production and production environments including Hadoop.
Deployment and administration of common widely used services throughout the Big Data ecosystem, including scheduling, data integration, and monitoring services.
Architecture, capacity planning, monitoring, maintenance, tuning and workload management of all key services listed above as needed to ensure the systems meet SLAs.
Create documentation for first level monitoring teams and users, respond to escalations for support, alerts, and requests for help from monitoring teams and end users.
6 or more years building and operating high performance, high availability database platforms with a mix of traditional (Oracle, SQL Server, Golden Gate) and non-traditional (Hadoop, NoSQL) database technology.
Strong experience with automation tools, as well as scripting languages such as Perl, Python and Ruby, for system and database administration.
Understanding of High Availability, Disaster Recovery and Storage technologies like Data replication, SRDF/non-SRDF.
Strong Linux/Unix and Networking experience.
Experience deploying and monitoring apps that run on distributed systems, and all the issues that go with them – maintaining consistency with HA / DR solutions, performance tuning, troubleshooting.
Experience administering Hadoop, of course. We use Hortonworks, Cloudera, MapR, AWS EMR, Azure HDInsight and Apache Hadoop.
Experience in configuration and tuning of various components like HDFS, YARN, Hive, Spark.
Strong SQL, data warehousing, and ETL experience on traditional databases is a plus.
Experience installing, configuring and managing LDAP and Kerberos services (MS and open source / MIT), and integrating Unix clients with them.
Experience with on-premise (bare metal) implementations as well as cloud offerings (Amazon, Azure, Google).