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Job 109126

Senior Java Engineer - Zürich

Aufgabe:

  • Member of the Java Platform Engineering team, which is responsible for engineering and operation of the global Java application platform
  • Close cooperation with the central infrastructure, security and software architecture, system engineering, international development teams and a small platform operation team in Singapore
  • Main focus on engineering to continuous improve performance and efficiency of our service and help to solve the challenges and share the fun coming with new cloud, container and micro service technologies
  • Supporting operation of the Java platform and development, build and deployment infrastructure
  • Participation in Java platform technology and architecture discussions and decisions

Anforderung:

  • Several years of experience in software engineering and software lifecycle management
  • Very good knowledge of the Java technology (JSE, JEE), Java application servers, SpringBoot (SpringCloud), Java security
  • Engineering of the Java Platform (JBoss, SpringBoot based on RHEL VMs, Kubernetes)
  • Engineering of the development, build and deployment infrastructure (Eclipse, OpenJDK, Maven, Bitbucket, Nexus)
  • Build and environment automation (Jenkins, Octopus)
  • Implementation of new development cloud based on Azure
  • German and English fluent, oral and written

Kontakt

Niko Lang
Telefon: +49 711 128519 70
niko.lang@allgeier-experts.com
  • Branche Finanzdienstleistungen
  • Ort Zürich
  • Start 01.07.2019
  • Dauer 31.12.2019 ++
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