Pune, India | Barclays
IT / Information Technology
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Job Title:Solution Architect - Project Puma
To build and deliver a cloud native credit processor product for the bank
What will you be doing?
Defining high level design and detailed design of the product on AWS
Supporting development of the Concept, End-to-End Solution including Functional and Technical designs, ensuring the architectural governance approvals are obtained
Designing and supporting the implementation of resilient, scalable solutions for the platform
Stakeholder Management and Leadership (25%)
Promote and drive stewardship and application best practices within the development team
Champion innovation by recognising newly arising opportunities for improving customer satisfaction, achieving technical excellence and improving the delivery of a software product.
Ability to be able to provide succinct details in written format and verbally to Stakeholders
What we’re looking for:
Experience in architecting and delivering E2E mission critical applications on AWS.
Understands AWS Cloud technologies at IAAS layer (network, compute, storgae) and managed services such as RDS, Kinesis, IAM and Cognito
Experience architecting stateless and stateful applications for containers and container managers such as Kuberenetes and AWS EKS.
Experience with event driven and real time architecture patterns, messaging and streaming technologies such as Kafka, Kinesis and AWS Managed Services for Kafka.
Ability to architect and model mission critical solutions leveraging multiple DBMS technologies i.e. Relational, No SQL (MongoDB and AWS DynamoDB)
Experience architecting and building microservice applications using Spring Boot, Spring Cloud etc.
Skills that will help you in the role:
Exposure of complex, distributed technologies, AWS, micro-services, messaging, APIs, Data transformation, ETL, Monitoring tools, Infrastructure and Security Designs
Understanding of key consideration in Secure systems & software design, Resilience and High-Availability patterns for mission-critical applications
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