Business/Enterprise Architect

  • Location

    London, England

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  • Salary:

    £700 - £800 per day

  • Contact:

    Thomas Hunt

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  • Published:

    4 months ago

  • Duration:

    6-9 Months

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Schedule 1 - Requirements
The Non-Standard Services workstream within the NLEDP programme, require an applications architect with cloud and security controls experience in order to begin construction of the NSS portion of the LEDS design architecture.
The requirement is niche and urgent due to the fact that advanced security clearance is required (DV) and the resources are required to commence work in the shortest of timeframes due to NSS being a critical path element of the programme/portfolio delivery.

There are multiple external interfacing programmes with the LEDS platform, some of which have Non Standard Service requirements that need to be accommodated in the platform design.
The following detailed requirements apply to the role:

Essential skills and experience
* Applications architecture background (java, json, xml)
* API/Broker/Bus architecture
* Will need to immediately start building HL/LL designs, working with programme platform interfaces
* Expertise/experience working on security controls/mechanisms, transport protocols, IAM (RBAC)

Nice-to-have skills & experience
* Cloud technologies e.g. AWS/Azure
* Agile operating model & toolsets e.g. confluence,

Schedule 2 - Supplier's response

Technical Skills

Languages & Frameworks
Python, Ruby, Perl, Scala, Play, Clojure and ClojureScript + React/Reagent, Core Java and JVM tuning, Java Frameworks (Spring, Hibernate, Camel, GWT, etc). JMS, ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ, Javascript (+ jQuery, Angular, React), Node.js, HTML 5 responsive, Android, some iOS), Groovy, C++ (incl. STL, C++11 +), bash, Oracle PL/SQL, Sybase T-SQL.

Hadoop, Spark, Cloudera, Hortonworks, Elasticsearch, Puppet, Foreman, Salt, Vagrant, SBT, Maven, Ant, Gradle, Leiningen, Eclipse, Intellij IDEA, Git, Mercurial, Clearcase, CVS, SVN, Hudson/Jenkins, Weblogic, JBoss, Tomcat, Jetty, Bamboo, JIRA, Fisheye, Confluence, Enterprise Architect, Poseidon UML, OpenSSL, SSH, rsync

Operating Systems
Linux (Debian, Ubuntu and Red Hat RHEL and CentOS), Windows, Mac OS X

Oracle Database, MongoDB, Sybase, MySQL, PostgreSQL

Agile approaches (Scrum, Kanban and derivatives), Continuous Delivery techniques (fully automated build/testing/deployment) and DevOps, UX-driven approaches.

Test Driven Development, Behaviour driven frameworks incl. Cucumber, Automated end to end testing using smart stubs, emulation (eg Selenium)

Microsoft applications including Excel and VBA