AWS Serverless API commerce Architect, remote, UK, outside IR35
Posted on Nov 3, 2022 by Staffworx Limited
Cloud Native API Microservices Solution Architect (online commerce/consumer products/B2C/D2C)
Experienced API Cloud Native solutions architect for next generation composable commerce solution, based on composable commerce/MACH architecture, including commercetools, Algolia (CMS), Amplience Search with Mulesoft integration layer, building Storefront with Next.js, Vercel. AWS Lambda Serverless environment.
- 5-8 years at architect/lead engineering level developing software in a highly challenging technical enterprise environment
- Solution architect, architectural advisory within a cloud-native E-commerce environment
- Demonstrable experience in developing API First, headless applications, microservice-based architectures
- experience developing using event driven architecture
- demonstrable experience with CloudNative services - AWS, Lambda, Serverless
- CI/CD in a microservice environment (mono repo, AWS CDK, AWS code pipeline, AWS code build etc)
- commerce platform architecture experience (commercetools/MACH experience is a plus)
- eeep knowledge of best practices in developing for the web
- event driven architecture and using cloud native tools
- extending commercetools data models and business logic in an API first cloud native way
- architecting business critical performant application logic
- performing code reviews, estimations
- sharing knowledge of composable commerce and cloud native technologies with the wider team
If you're interested in this opportunity, please email your latest CV, or call James for more information.
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