Integration Technical Specialist
Our client is seeking an experienced Integration Technical Specialist to work closely with our clients Strategy and Architecture, Information Services Delivery Team, Information Services Production Support and Outsource Partners to maintain and extend the Enterprise Integration Platform and associated components (e.g. API Management).
Skills and Abilities
- Ability to design with modern architecture directions (Cloud, microservices, APIs, CI/CD, reactive programming) in mind and insights on how they affect application and integration architecture;
- Ability to apply the governance needs in a service-oriented architecture;
- Ability to guide the establishment and design of technical project delivery environments;
- Strong system development and optimisation abilities;
- Experience designing and implementing secure REST and SOAP-based APIs;
- Proven experience in application of integration patterns spanning various integration styles including SOA, EAI and Event-driven architectures;
- Skilled in designing integration solutions that are fit-for-purpose, maintainable, secure and provide high-availability, scale and operability.
- Ability to operate within a COTS Agile operating environment; and
- Good understanding of product release methodologies (ITIL).
Knowledge and Experience
- At least one commercially supported integration platform (e.g. Oracle Fusion Middleware, Mule Soft, RedHat Fuse etc.) is mandatory;
- Open-source integration frameworks (e.g. Apache Camel and Mule ESB);
- Middleware Services - EAP, Data Grid, EPP. EWS, JON;
- Message-oriented middleware (e.g. Solace, Websphere MQ, ActiveMQ);
- Exposure to API management solutions (e.g. Mulesoft, CA Layer 7) and API security patterns;
- Exposure to monitoring / log aggregation platforms, (e.g. Splunk), to produce event based dashboards and alerting;
- Experience in reviewing and QA'ing Java code.
- Experience with service vitualisation, API management / testing and the associated tools;
- Proven experience with Continuous Delivery, DevOps and Public/Private cloud; and
- Experience working with implementation partners in an outsourced, onshore/offshore model.
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