Accenture GCP Data Migration Engineer in Boston, Massachusetts
Who We Are
We are Accenture, a global professional services company and a leading partner to the world’s major cloud providers, including AWS, Azure, and Google. Our longstanding involvement with cloud technology (we have 34,000 completed cloud projects under our belt) was emphasized recently when we consolidated our multiple cloud teams into a single business practice called Accenture Cloud First. The organization is backed by a $3 billion investment over three years.
Our Data & AI team is renowned for insights and solutions they have provided to companies working to migrate various operations to the cloud and to manage them successfully. The GCP Cloud data migration engineer will be developing modern data solutions on GCP, migrating and modernizing on-prem data solutions to GCP.
Extracting, loading, transforming, cleaning, and validating data
Leverage ETL or ELT to build scalable data pipelines
Use DevOps tools and orchestration tools to automate pipeline execution
Support current state analysis and work with enterprise architects to build target state architecture. Conduct POCs to validate hypothesis
What You Need
At least 3 years of building and operationalizing large-scale enterprise data solutions using one or more third-party resources such as Pyspark, Talend, Matellion, Informatica or native utilities as Spark, Hive, Cloud DataProc, Cloud Dataflow, Apache, Beam Composer, Big Table, Cloud BigQuery, Cloud PubSub etc.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience, or an Associate degree with a minimum of 6 years of equivalent work experience
Bonus Points If You Have
Certification as an active Google Cloud Data Engineer
Experience migrating data from legacy systems using tools like Hadoop, Exadata, Oracle Teradata, or Netezza
Implementing DevOps on GCP
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