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Denodo Certified Consultant

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KPI Partners, Inc. Littleton , CO 80123

Posted 4 months ago

KPI Partners is looking for Denodo Certified Developer - Denver, CO

Job Description:
Denodo Database Virtualization technology experience is required, at least 1 year of relevant experience.
Solid understanding of SQL and a good grasp of relational and analytical database management theory and practice.
The developer will be required to work in a team environment and will be responsible for full life cycle software development including new development, design/architecture, and implementation of data virtualization service solutions using Denodo.
The ideal candidate will have strong Denodo Database Virtualization skills coupled with current experience in Data Integration, EAI, B2B, ESB, web services, service oriented architecture, and related technologies; and have a strong understanding of data structures and business objects.
Good knowledge of BI/DW is a plus.
Experience working with caching approaches and technologies is preferred.
Experience in applying software development methodologies (SDLC, Agile) is preferred.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills to be able to interact with technical and business teams.
Good to have Denodo Certification.
Location: Denver, CO
Start Date:
Duration: 6+ Months
Rate: Open
Interested applicants can please share their profiles with
Daniel K. Shaw
Director Talent Acquisition KPI Partners

Skills: Denodo, SQL, BI, SDLC, Database Virtualization
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