Data Warehousing Jobs

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  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    I would like to have an in-depth, but easily understood technical article comparing two data warehouse technologies, Amazon Redshift and Apache Hive. The audience for this article are people who are in the stage of selecting a data warehouse and would like to weigh their pros and cons before purchasing.
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – 30+ hrs/week – Posted
    Do you live and breath Mulesoft Mule ESB? Do you know every single detail on how to configure it and use it? Then we should talk. We are looking for a super passionate and very talented Mule ESB expert to help us understand if Mule ESB is the right solution for our needs, and then build a solution based on Mule ESB to our specifications. We need someone who is dependable and readily available to work. If you know you ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $500.00 Posted
    Help us choose the right platform to build our data warehouse. We need to get advice from you on the best NoSQL / Non-OLAP alternative to SAP BW. Background information: 1. We are running SAP R/3 MM/PP/SD/FI/CO/QM at a manufacturing company with 20G of data 2. We have licenses of Tableau, an in-memory visualization software as the front-end, so speed in the front-end is no longer a concern 3. We are unsatisitlified with the performance ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Hello, We are looking for expert advise for a building a large data warehouse that will start at 3TB and should scale up to 10TB in the future (in a couple of years). Reliability and security are of at most importance as the use case is for storing financial transaction data. We need help on a) Choosing the database technology - Postgres, Oracle, Columnar stores (prefer cost effective solutions) b) ETL design strategy - there are around 2 OLTP DBs and around ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $150.00 Posted
    We require a talend job to be created that takes an XML documents from one location and maps it to a different schema and outputs to another location. We will also require a UNIX command flag that points to a config file that contains job variables. This is all explained in the job spec document that I will send the successful candidate.
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