Job Description :
Position Sterling OMS Architect Location Atlanta GA Duration 6+ Months Job Description: Job Description An order management architect is expected to be knowledgeable in multiple technologies including Sterling OMS, Java/J2EE and knowledge of new technologies like cloud implementation and application of microservices in Order Management solution. Qualifications These professionals typically work with Solution Architects to develop a system capable of responding to a task within reasonable time. They analyze the system deployments, hardware sizing, load balancing, high availability and system redundancies. - Has worked on IBM Sterling Order Management System for around 10+ years. - Very familiar with Application Server(Weblogic, Websphere, JBOSS), Data Base Servers(Oracle, SQL Server, DB2), load balancers, intranet and internet deployments - At least 3 years of experience in a consulting firm delivering solutions as an architect - Well versed with architecture trends with an eye on market and future direction - Skilled in preparing and presenting technical documents. Travel 50-75% travel Base Location Atlanta GA United States Education Qualifications - Has a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering with specialization in Computer Science/Electrical and Electronics Certifications (Preferred) - DB2 certified professional/Oracle DB certified professional - IBM certified Application Server/Oracle certified Application Server Minimum Expectations - Completely understand Sterling Commerce MCF application - its capabilities and limitations - Has done client facing roles - Take part in architectural discussions. Understand the system interaction of Sterling applications with - Ability to independently conduct a workshop - Very clear written and verbal communication - Understands systematic design process, has worked with clear case and IBM Rational Rose Common Responsibilities - Responsible for taking part in Architecture discussions and present options in a resource constrained environment - Ensure the technical directions and choices - Anticipate on technological evolutions - Build durable architectures - Independence with regard to API/framework providers - Promote genericity and abstraction - Bridge between developers, project managers, and business experts - Know how to configure, extend or customize the Sterling application to meet a business requirement - Review coding standards, look critically into Performance and Performance engineering - Develop templates, frameworks and design patterns and use them in the projects Supervisory Responsibility - Lead and execute a small team for performance testing and performance tuning Sterling Commerce implementation Software Tools - Proficient in Development tools, IDE and Java, J2EE, J2ME design patterns