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SOA Architect

Company Name:
SofTec Solutions
Softec Solutions is seeking an SOA Architect for a 4 month contract to hire in Denver.
Deliverables:
Provide a roadmap for successful adoption of SOA
Identify important business and technology patterns of SOA
SOA Lifecycle, Maturity Model and defining SOA Strategy
The proposed end-state architecture
SOA Methodology similar to Enterprise Architecture Framework (Biz arch, Data arch, App arch (incl. shared data
services
), Tech arch & Security)
Transformation layer, Business logic, Business data, & integration layer
Frame work components - Data Services, Data validation services, message transformation, Logging, Exception handling, monitoring
Notification framework - Multiple channel notifications, etc
Service proxy for ESB, Web Services, REST, etc.
Security framework - Autho/Authn,
Synchronous/asynch
Transparent deployment, multi-version deployment
Service registry (UDDI)
Monitoring framework & SLAs
Document various patters and best practices around governance and organizations
Service definition, deployment and management process including templates, best practices, patterns, etc.
ESB Principles catalog
ESB Architecture solution blueprint
ESB-HIE matrix (when to use which service and how)
eGate-ESB migration roadmap

Required Skills:
Skills SOA architecture - Developing standards, roadmaps and future state architecture
Knowledge of application integration
Knowledge of data integration
Enterprise Architecture
Keywords
Education Masters in
computer
related field or equivalent experience

Highly Desired:
Knowledge of Fuse ESB (ServiceMix), Fuse Message
broker
(ActiveMQ), Fuse Mediation Router (Camel) and Fuse Services Framework (CXF);
Fuse deployment architecture, OSGi; high availability, scalability, security

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