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Integration Architect

NJC Labs - Australia,

Source: uWorkin


Role: Integration Architect

Location: Remote as of now due to Covid

Start Date: Immediate

About the Job:

• Design, build, own and support enterprise grade integration solutions using MuleSoft’s Anypoint platform and choose deployment options based on the customer requirement.

• Strategic decisions around deployment options from CloudHub, Hybrid, RTF, PCE or PCF based on customer requirements

• Design and Document High Level Integration Architecture (Logical & Physical) using any architecture frameworks like TOGAF, Zachman, etc..

• Communicate with various stakeholders to identify the business requirements and provide cost effective integration solutions

• Design and Build Customer’s Application network using API Led Connectivity and extend this with Event Driven Architecture in applicable use cases

• Design & Document solutions for non functional requirements like performance, optimization, security, reliability, high availability

• Define roles and responsibilities of C4E Team, Participate in C4E meetings and evangelize API Led connectivity architecture

• Participate in ARB meetings and liaise with Business and Senior Enterprise Architects

• Able to participate in Pre-sale activities like responding to RFPs 

• Proven experience in and opinions on good and bad approaches to systems integration, software development, message-based middleware and SOA, APIs, API management, data modelling, legacy integration techniques including DB staging tables and stored procedures

• Expertise in many key technical aspects of integration such as how REST differs from SOAP, and pub-sub differs from request-reply, when to use message queuing vs not

• Defining the systems integration needed to deliver solutions for moving secure data between

• Experience with Agile Methodologies such as Scrum and XP, but also with more traditional structured approaches

• Expertise with distributed development and major version control systems such as Git, automated testing and modern development approaches such as TDD and BDD

• Team Player, able to provide input into a multifunctional team

• Self-motivated, capable of working with limited supervision, pro-actively reporting on status and tasks

• Adaptable. The role requires a willingness to take on tasks outside of a narrowly defined role, and ideally a desire to be multi-skilled

• Capable of working to both tactical and strategic timescales