Web Domain Architect -Middleware
Posted on Sep 11, 2020 by Church International Ltd.
Web Domain Architect required by my client, a financial services organisation based in Brussels to work closely with the Solution Architects to deliver low level designs working closely with the engineering teams. Support (selected) projects with Web and Security architecture expertise and specific deliverables in order to define and apply the best architecture choices, which fit business purposes. Ensure the compliance of other architectures with the solution architectures. Responsibility of web infrastructure architecture and relevant security standards and DTD (Detailed Technical Design) documents in Features (Projects); Monitoring DTD and educate engineers to keep it up to date; Interact with the development team in order to validate the DTD. Assist all participants in understanding of Architectural documents; Contribution to promote orderly approaches in the User Stories, Features and in smaller requests: give guidance to all counterparts.
Contributes to the definition and maintenance of reference architectures.
Use knowledge of the business needs, of the project needs and of the context of existing infrastructure assets (Life Cycle, technology, market evolutions, overlap with other assets, ) in order to:
- Promote and communicate architectural references
- Give feedback to other Tribes, Squads and Tribe Architects regarding usability and standardisation of the Middleware Web domain infrastructure.
- Bring end-to-end view of the solutions and technical expertise when needed, in collaboration with other architects, experts.
- Detect savings opportunities and propose adequate and realistic actions.
- MUST have proven experience as a Web Domain Architect with experience of the following:
- Web Security Authentication and Access Management (ISAM)
- Web Application Firewall
- Web Infrastructure Services
- API (Axway)
- And ideally MQ/IIB/MFT
- MUST have proven experience of web infrastructure and security
- MUST be fluent in English and French and/or Dutch