Middleware Lead Princeton, NJ

Dinesh A,
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Role - Middleware Lead
Location - Princeton, NJ (Day 1 onsite)
Contract duration of +6 months
Description of Job Duties/Responsibilities:
Job Description
• Knowledge on Installation, maintenance and configuration of tier I and tier II middleware components IBM WebSphere, WAS, IHS
• Gathering requirements and project specifications in coordination with project teams, and translating the business requirements to technical requirements for server build.
• Preparing POC for server build and implementation.
• Proficient with JBoss Installation, Java EE architecture, JBoss AS Structure and Architecture
• Administration of Jboss 5x, 6.x 7.X
• Proficient in JBoss Standard and Custom Configurations, JMX and JBoss JMX Microkernel, JMX MBean Server, JBoss AS services and service definitions
• Proficient with Application server/webserver build automation through Puppet enterprise
• Proficient with Java EE Security(Authentication, Authorization, Identity, Security Roles, Web App Security Constraints), LDAP login modules, Enabling SSL(HTTPS, RMI Over SSL (EJB usage), Other Uses of SSL), Securing JBoss AS Services
• Very good in troubleshooting JBoss AS issues, Multicast issues.
• Knowledge on Installation, maintenance and configuration of tier I and tier II middleware components Websphere, Apache, MQ Series, Tomcat
• Deployment of additional middleware components and configuration subject to the project/application requirements.
• Planning and execution Version Upgrade, migrations and applying fix and patches.
• Cluster setup for Work Load management (WLM) and high availability
• Proficient with Load Balancing and Fault Tolerance, State Replication
• Maintenance of middleware components by checking the server logs and alerts on the System.
• Problem resolution and troubleshooting, including Information collection, problem identification and analysis, identification of solution or interim workarounds and RCA documentation.
• Deployment of applications or system changes as requested by operations peers.
• Changes in Configuration setups.
• Optimization of parameter settings, including necessary changes in parameter setting.
• Setting up health check, monitoring and alerting
• Vendor coordination.
• Testing benchmark to be defined with application team.
• Performance Issue Analysis.
• Project specific SOP definition & creation