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DataPower Developer

Job Title: DataPower Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Reading, Berkshire
Industry:
Salary: £400 - £450 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Weeks
REF: SDBO2264
Contact Name: Sadiye Booker
Contact Email: sadiyeb@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

DataPower Developer - Contract - 12 Weeks (Easily Extend) - £400 - £450 Negotiable - Reading - IT

Montash have been engaged by a large financial services client based in Reading to secure a very experienced DataPower Developer/Consultant based in Reading for initially 12 weeks but a high chance of the contract extending for a up to a year.

The candidate will be expected to gather requirements analyse existing estate and produce detailed designs for new DataPower development. The ideal candidate will need to have a proven ability to quickly bring themselves up to speed on the technical project details.

Key Skills:

  • Experience in application design and the disciplines of the software development cycle.
  • Experience of DataPower development with WSP, MPGW and use of various protocols such as MQ and HTTP.
  • Knowledge of DataPower crypto configuration with a good understanding of SSL, DataPower AAA and general cryptography.
  • Good understanding of DataPower CLI, XML and scripted updates/deployments.
  • Understanding of WSRR and its use as a metadata repository for DataPower.

If this may be of interest, please submit your CV, I am available on sadiyeb@montash.com or 0207 014 0231 for more details.

KEYWORDS: DATAPOWER / DATAPOWER DEVELOPER / DATAPOWER CONSULTANT / DATA POWER / DATA / POWER / INFRASTRUCTURE / FINANCIAL SERVICES / FINANCE / UK / WSP / MPGW / MQ / HTTP / CLI / XML / SSL / METADATA /

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