Full Stack Java Developer (DevOps)

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    London, England

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    £300 - £450 per day

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    Experis UK

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  • Published:

    5 months ago

  • Duration:

    3 Months

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*Due to COVID-19, currently teams are working from home. This role will be similarly affected*

Our Client requires a Full Stack Java Developer with strong DevOps skills using open source and cloud technologies to support the migration from Azure to AWS and an integration with third-party legacy systems. We work in an Agile environment using Scrum, scaled with LeSS.

The Role:

This role is to assist in migrating Azure to AWS and supporting development, incl. integration with 3rd party systems.

This involves:
- Azure and AWS knowledge;
- Strength in solutions architecture;
- Leadership skills to collaborate with colleagues to develop and implement solutions;
- Continuing the development of microservices to support the product during the migration;
- Knowledge and experience of blending both traditional and modern interfaces to continue the development of an integration with a third-party system;
- Documenting systems integration aspects, versioning and design with service evolution in mind.

Key Skills/Experience:

  • AWS architecture, ECS Fargate, MongoDB
  • Terraform
  • Linux and Docker
  • Java 8-11, Maven, Gradle, Spring/Spring Boot
  • Uses TDD by default, unit and E2E tests
  • Applies Agile Principles in the way they think, rather than simply attend Scrum ceremonies
  • Loves collaborating and is an expert in giving and receiving constructive criticism
  • Passionate about teaching, knowledge transfer and pair-programming
  • Evidence of experience with RESTful APIs and Microservices
  • Evidence of experience with RabbitMQ

Full Stack Java Developer (DevOps), AWS, Azure, ECS, Fargate, MongoDB, Terraform, Linux, Docker, Java, Maven, Gradle, Spring, Springboot, TDD, Unit Test, E2E Test, Agile, Scrum, LeSS, Kanban, RESTful API, Microservices, RabbitMQ, Pair Programming, Knowledge Transfer, Public Sector, Health,