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Hadoop Administrator Job In Topeka

Published 2020-06-30
Expires 2020-07-30
ID #113385328
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Hadoop Administrator Job In Topeka
United-states, Kansas, Topeka,
Published June 30, 2020

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Contract
Occupation: Hadoop administrator


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Responsible for managing the Hadoop environment, as well as upgrades. Analyze, monitor, and tune Hadoop, Spark, HiveLLAP, Kafka, and HDFS data systems. Responsible for regular patch maintenance and Java version upgrades when required. Develop BASH andor Python scripts to monitor and manage the Hadoop cluster. Manage the high availability configuration for all components in the Hadoop stack. Implement Hadoop security including Kerberos, Ranger, and Knox. Assist in the administration of Linux based hardware including identifying and replacing failed drives, configuring OS level tuning, etc. Requirements 3 years of experience with Hadoop administration. Experience managing Hadoop clusters. Experience with Hortonworks Data Platform and Cloudera Platform. Experience with Hive, Yarn, Kafka, Spark, HDFS, and Kerberos. Experience with Linux administration. Experience with SQL, PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MariaDB databases. Experience with BASH and Python for scripting. Experience with AWS. This is a 12-month Contract opportunity with the potential to become an employee of the client after the successful completion of contract period. Work location of Topeka, KS. 100 Paid employee MedicalDental Benefits, Paid time off, Paid Holidays, and 401(k) (with immediately-vested company match) available with TriCom during the contract period. H1-B Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. No third-parties, please.

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