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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
RESPONSIBILITIES: Work closely with our small, elite engineering team to build and maintain our HIPAA-compliant platform and back-end that will support our mobile and web applications. Design and grow our external API to integrate with the nation's top health plans, health systems, and employers. Create and maintain scalable database to support a high volume of transactions. REQUIREMENTS: Experience with Python. Extensive knowledge and experience with a scalable database technology (Postgres, MySQL, etc). Experience building server-side software that has scaled up well. Experience working with large datasets. AWS. Cryptography. Experience with ACLs & Security groups. Linux/Ubuntu knowledge. BONUS POINTS: Experience with the Django Framework. Experience with the Django ORM or similar ORM tool. Experience automating tasks and workflows. Authentication & security protocols. Ruby on Rails. Ansible. DDoS Mitigation solutions. Automated vulnerability scanners. Understanding of access control systems & utilities. Intrusion detection systems & honeypots. Experience working in an Agile environment. Exposure/Familiarity to HIPAA, EDI/X12 HIPAA transactions, NIST or other standards.
Skills: Amazon S3 Linux System Administration MySQL Programming PostgreSQL Programming
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
HIGH-LEVEL TASK -- There already exists a manually invoked command-line script, called songify, for converting files from a source format to destination format. -- The task is to create a new always-running Python script "watcher" that will run on a server that watches an AWS S3 bucket and automatically converts all new or changed files, logging actions appropriately. EXISTING CODE -- -- Python script that accepts a source folder and song list filename -- It "processes" every song in the source folder this means to convert each file from a source format (mscz etc.) to a destination format (kxml) in a multi-stage process involving invoking external programs and doing various processing in Python -- It produces an XML song list containing info about each song processed -- -- bash script that invokes and pipes stdout/stderr output to a log file REQUIREMENTS 1. As a user, I want to upload a source file to any subfolder of the "watched" folder in a bucket on S3, and have it automatically be detected as a new file and converted to kxml (the destination format), with the resulting kxml file uploaded into the same folder, e.g. -- The "watched" folder is songs -- User creates a subfolder songs/batch1 -- User uploads source file songs/batch1/foo.mscz -- songs/batch1/foo.kxml will automatically be created 2. As a user, I want to be able to see log the output from the conversion (to review errors) in a log file created in the source folder, e.g. if the source file is called foo.mcsz, the log file should be called foo.log, e.g. -- songs/batch1/foo.log will contain log messages for the conversion 3. As a user, I want the system to automatically detect and re-convert updates to the source file, for instance after conversion it could set the datestamp of the source file and log file to be the same; later if it sees the datestamp is no longer the same (meaning it's new version of the source file), it will re-convert, e.g. -- User updates songs/batch1/foo.mscz -- songs/batch1/foo.kxml will be automatically recreated 4. As a user, I want each subfolder of the "watched" folder to contain an always-up-to-date song_list.xml file that contains song information about each kxml file in the subfolder (based on the existing logic that creates song lists), e.g. -- songs contains subfolders batch1, batch2, etc. -- songs/batch1/song_list.xml is the song list for all kxml files in songs/batch1 -- songs/batch2/song_list.xml is the song list for all kxml files in songs/batch2 -- etc. 5. As a user, I want to be able to see overall progress of the conversion system in a single central log file that I can watch with "tail -f" that indicates things like: [Timestamp] Foo.mcsz -- new version detected -- starting conversion [Timestamp] Foo.mscz -- conversion finished -- successful, song_list.xml updated [Timestamp] Foo.mscz -- conversion finished -- encountered errors 6. As a sysadmin, I want to be able to follow clear README instructions to set up this system on a clean Ubuntu server (i.e. a Digital Ocean droplet). 7. As a sysadmin, I want to be able to set up the process as a Linux service or daemon in some way, so that I can start and stop it e.g. with the Linux supervisorctl or service commands 8. As a sysadmin, I want to have a log file for the process that I can check for errors etc. (not errors in conversions, which should go in the individual user-facing foo.log files noted above, but errors and exceptions in the conversion process, e.g. S3 login errors) ABOUT ME I'm a former Google product manager and am the programmer who created the existing code. I'm looking for someone to help me finish the above task quickly. I will review code and give feedback as needed. We will work together and communicate as two programmers.
Skills: Amazon S3 Linux System Administration
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
[UPDATE] - Please see updated attachment V2 with collateral described below. Here’s the cheese, sauce, pepperoni, and pie — can you make & bake the pizza? Using supplied UI wireframes, implemented UI template, use-case diagrams, and a database ERD, you’ll be creating a fully-functional web-based content management system built on the following technologies: - Html5 / CSS3 - Bootstrap 3 - Node.js - Heroku - Amazon Web Services (for hosting images) - PostgreSQL Have no worries, this project won’t be built from scratch. You’ll be leveraging the existing assets (attached): - Use-case diagram -- All use cases and actors will be depicted within this diagram - Wireframes/Pixel-Perfect Designs -- Specific interaction, page layout, and sitemap structure can be seen within these documents - UI Template (html/css) -- Will be shared with freelancer once project is awarded -- Use these already-engineered files to implement the wireframes’ layouts - Database ERD, SQL schema, stored procedures, and mock data -- The web-application will create, read, update, and delete records within the PostgreSQL database Outside of the technology and asset requirements, we’re open to your implementation decisions. So any way you want to engineer — coding styles, patterns, loading strategy, single-page app vs traditional, etc — we’re flexible and looking forward to your elegant solution. Deliverables Project escrow will be released upon submission and client-testing of the following deliverable items: - Complete solution containing source code
Skills: Amazon S3 CSS3 Heroku HTML5
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $120 - Posted
I need to migrate wordpress site with multi subdomains from Dreamhost into AWS, configured to scale effectively in AWS for higher traffic. Subdomains (shop, blog, online course) Offload static assets needs to be stored at Amazon S3, Dynamic contents need to be configured at EC Instance(s), CloudFront whole site delivery, configure different rules to static and dynamic assets. SSL offloading, CloudFront devce type headers HTML code, all the code and configuration versions staying tuned can be challenging, so it would be helpful if we think those problems before being able to autoscaling database stage. We also need 2 emails configured. I've been researching on best practices for running wordpress on AWS, here is the link for guidance, someone who's got experience in AWS. Ideally it appears one off project, of course, once this project is up & running, I'd still be keen to have contininous support from people who understands the model we're aiming to create. We have to dedicate this project for 1 week. Budget needs to be low at this stage. So I'd like to find the best support with good price. Thanks
Skills: Amazon S3 Amazon EC2 Amazon Web Services JavaScript
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $20,000 - Posted
IMPORTANT: This is for a FULL TIME offshore profession, and you are expected to be available for set hours a week with a minimum of 4 hours overlapping business hours CST, unless we agree on something else in advance. It also requires a high level of communication with the on-site administrator. You would also be doing maintenence in off-peak time on our servers and infrastructure. I am the Director of Technology for a small firm with systems in Microsoft Azure, Office 365, AWS. End user devices are BYOD, and company issued. We are looking for a full time offshore team member with an hour of overlapping service at the front or back end of an 8-5 CST schedule for morning work summaries/turnovers. This person would become the primary admin when onshore resource is unavailable. Skills needed Good written English Ability to verbally communicate with IT resources based in Texas. Good Working Knowledge and experience in Windows Server administration General Linux Knowledge Desktop Support knowledge Microsoft office Azure administration a plus office 365 administration a plus Azure domains a plus AWS knowledge General Programming knowledge, and willingness to pick up new programming skills along the way Knowledge of TCP/IP and network troubleshooting a plus Abilities: Work independently to complete service tickets. Field first level calls in off hours if Texas based IT is on vacation Follow written instructions Document procedures Track time in electronic time tracking system for accounting department. Work via remote desktop Be a self starter and self director to suggest initiatives and execute them. Sample of Upcoming projects: Roll out MDM solution company wide ERP implementation (QAD) Windows 10 upgrade company wide Azure windows 2012 E drive disk upgrade to premium. Azure windows 2012 upgrade from E2 to E4 Our organization encourages vigorous respectful debate. A "yes" man is not acceptable. We view independent thought and challenges to ideas, and processes the only way to maintain a healthy company.
Skills: Amazon S3 Desktop Applications Desktop Support Linux System Administration
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an experienced front end developer for a 1-3 month project. You will work with a team of international experts for this project. This contract includes multiple sub-projects. Must be experienced with Javascript, AngularJS, Bootstrap, Node JS, mongodb, AWS, chat, video calling platforms. Please note we are creating a Rich Internet Application, not a website/blog/etc. We have specifications available for applicants to review upon request. Preferable Candidate with extensive experience with AWS for setting up the server properly and getting the application implemented.
Skills: Amazon S3 Amazon Web Services