Middleware Systems Architect

Company Name:
Valleysoft Inc
Technical/Functional Skills:
BS/CS Degree in a technical field or at least 12 years relevant experience
7+ years relevant work experience
Strong experience in Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure side (not SW development).
Experience in SOA.
Experience developing and integrating software on LINUX platforms
Experience architecting enterprise applications and high-level architectural designs
Sizing and Troubleshooting large distributed Java and BPEL Applications within the infrastructure
JVM Tuning Experience
Monitoring JVM Resources in a Production Environment
Analysis of throughput and heap
WebLogic clustering
Multi-tenant environments on WebLogic
Experienced sizing compute and storage infrastructure
Must be able to lead meetings and effectively summarize and prioritize topics.
Roles & Responsibilities:
Learn the end-to-end delivery for each service, seeking to understand the function and scaling of each component in the supply chain from data ingest to customer consumption
Create a reproducible method to aide in scaling each service delivery chain within the infrastructure
Seek to understand how to innovate each service delivery chain, making practical recommendations to efficiently scale current and next-generation designs
Create documentation suitable for presenting to operations, engineering and executive teams
Communicate the scaling design and concepts to software architecture, infrastructure architecture, operations and executive teams
Lead technical decision making exercises
Drive recommendations to gain consensus from all impacted groups
Remain informed on new technologies.
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