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API Gateway Architect - API Gateway Lead, Application Architect

Job Title: API Gateway Architect - API Gateway Lead, Application Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: München (81249), Bayern
Salary: €800 - €900 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3-6 months
REF: MW/API,ARCH_1507649324
Contact Name: Mathew Williams
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 days ago

Job Description

API Gateway Architect - API Gateway Lead

3-6 months - Munich - €800-€900 a day - German speaking preferred

** API Gateway ** Application Programming Interface ** Google Cloud ** Backend coding knowledge ** Cloud Architect * Enterprise Atchitect **

An enterprise business in Munich with €billions turnover are looking to hire an experienced Software / Application Architect to assist with the creation of their corporate API Gateways.

They are looking for a Senior Architect with experience of working in enterprise scale businesses defining and delivering API Gateways. Services are running in Google Cloud so any experience in Cloud Architecture with this product is beneficial as well as experience working with DevOps methodologies/ environments

Code base is Ruby, Golang so any experience in these languages is beneficial but not essential.

Skill summary for API Architect

  • Experience designing and delivering API Gateways in Enterprise businesses
  • Experience working with services in Google Cloud
  • DevOps environment experience
  • Knowledge of Backend development

If you are interested in this API Architect contract and are available please click apply below.

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