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Hourly Rate: More than $50 / hr   |  Duration: 4-6 months  |  Posted: Oct 04, 2015  |  Ends: 24d, 13h  |   8 Proposals
Hello Currently seeking a consultant with the following skills THIS JOB WILL BE MOSTLY ONSITE. Job Responsibilities: The ideal resource is an experienced, self-motivated systems integrator that will enhance, design, develop and deliver enterprise wide SOA (Service Orientated Architecture) based services. Must have 5 years of experience in design and development. Candidate must be able to work in an Agile Scrum environment. Works in collaborative effort with other associates through design and implementation phases of solutions. ? Enhance, maintain and support enterprise wide SOA (Service Orientated Architecture) based services. ? Ongoing code development related to enhancing the existing applications written in java, some PL SQL stored procedures, groovy scripts ? Software development for new projects ? Strong problem solving skills are required and able to work closely with our operations group to ensure availability of those systems. ? Ab...
Category: Other IT & Programming       
Preferred Location: United States

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| J****vis *
|    United States
Fixed Price: Less than $500   |  Posted: Sep 21, 2015  |  Ends: 1d, 0h  |   1 Proposal
I have a logstash based setup with files as inputs & SQS as output.Also, I have a JMS style listener on the Http service side which listens to any logs in the SQS & processes the same. The output SQS config is as shown below: output { sqs { queue => "test-queue" access_key_id => "ABCDE" secret_access_key => "gfksfgsvcsakgcak" region => "us-east-1" } } However the issue arises as Logstash send @timestamp, @version fields to the SQS queue & the custom http service breaks as a result (specifically because of @timestamp field). Also, some other required fields are missing from SQS output configuration. After putting some thought, the way to handle this would be to modify the Logstash output SQS config to send messages in the below format (according to Http RFC 2616). A message would consist of header and a body just like an http message. Application:Foo \r\n Tenant:HelloWorld \r\n Tab...
Category: Other IT & Programming       
Skills: Amazon Web Services, Ruby, logstash, sqs       

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| g****too
|    United States
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