Job Description :
Job Title: Biztalk Architect
Location: Atlanta GA
Duration: Contract

Job Description:

Strong experience in creating BizTalk solutions using BizTalk Design patters and practices.
Experience in development, deployment, configuration and debugging of Orchestration, Transformations, Messaging Components, Pipeline and Adapters.
Experience developing application with and configuring adapters like WCF adapters, File Adapters, FTP Adapters, HTTP Adapter, POP3 Adapter, SMTP Adapter and Creating and Deleting Adapter Handlers.
Experience developing and deploying custom pipeline components, custom assemblers and disassemblers for BizTalk 2006 R2 or above.
Experience working with Microsoft BizTalk Rule Engine, developing and publishing Rules, Facts, Vocabularies, Conditions and Actions.
Experience with Business Activity Monitoring in BizTalk 2006 R2 or above, working with BAM Observational Model, Tracking Profile Editor, and Business Intelligence Components.
Experience Managing and Administering BizTalk applications using Backup and Restore Procedures, BizTalk Administration Console, Health and Activity tracking and other administrative tools.
Knowledge of application development using VB.NET and/or C# with the.NET Framework using WCF Services, LINQ and ADO.NET
Experience with latest Microsoft BizTalk Server is a plus
5+ years of Biztalk project experience ,preferably working as a development lead for at least one complex deployment with 25 + interfaces with multiple ERP''s, digital platforms and third party vendors
Strong programming skills with BizTalk Server. In depth knowledge of Biztalk orchestration, Rules Engine, Mapping, XML schema design and proficiency in creating pipeline components
Detailed knowledge of BizTalk Integration design patterns
Experience working with ESB, BAM, BRE, TFS, Maps, Orchestrations
Proficient with architectural frameworks (TOGAF, Zachman, etc
Experience working alongside and providing oversight to System Integrators and other vendors in an AX implementation
Current certifications in .NET/C# development are also desired