Microservices Architect

RESPONSIBILITIES: Kforce's client in Auburndale, Massachusetts (MA) is looking for a seasoned Microservices Architect with experience in microservices design and development. Candidates will have the opportunity to work with a small, dedicated team of highly skilled engineers producing the next-generation data management platform and migrating a monolith application to distributed services architecture. Responsibilities include: Work with a small team of senior technical staff on architecting a strategic migration path for a packaged monolith to a microservices-based framework and coding to that design Help make the technology choices for distributed services development stack in Java space and deliver the first set of services on that stack Design and develop the packaging, deployment and monitoring framework for the distributed micro services-based solution REQUIREMENTS: Bachelors in Computer Science, Masters preferred 12+ years of experience in the development and delivery of enterprise software products including packaged and hosted solutions 8+ years of development experience on Java using open source stack i.e. Spring, Apache commons, Hibernate etc. 5+ years of experience in packaging, release and management of microservices solutions Hands-on experience from inception to delivery of (at minimum one) software product based on microservices architecture Strong experience in UNIX/Linux Hands-on architect level technical knowledge in best practices, frameworks, tools and design choices in developing a microservices based solution Deep expertise in Java and various frameworks in Java stack including Spring, Hibernate etc Excellent communication skills in handling both technical and business concepts Ability to demonstrate past contributions in all stages of software development life cycle Kforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

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