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I am posting this job opportunity for MuleSoft ESB Architect and FIVE MuleSoft developers in Chevy Chase, MD. The Client is a Fortune 50 company. The suite of web services, which will be used by internal developers to enable fiscal information anytime, anywhere and in any way possible to make transactions.
The Solutions Architect (Mule-ESB) will be responsible for architecting messaging to integrate
existing systems so that they can communicate a common protocol with new systems.
Responsibility Study, review and validate the business and technical requirements
Create and drive the integration solution architecture, design and approach
Apply architectural and developmental best practices for integrating with Mule ESB
Assist, review and validate the installation and configuration of the various environments,
such as Development, QA, Staging, Production, etc.
Assist, review and validate the implementation
Assist with the release of the integration services
Role Solution Architect is involved throughout the project; Planning until
Release, to provide deliverable continuity and consistency.
Conduct discovery activities to understand and document user stories and product backlog
Define and ensure adherence to integration best practices and guidelines
Mentor and assist with Reference Implementations
Design and develop features and functionality
Define and create test cases and conduct manual testing for implemented solution
Conduct manual testing for implemented solution
Provide ongoing assessments of deployed solutions
Bug fixes and enhancements during Unit Testing and UAT
Should be proficient in Mule soft Studio and develop services for integration functionalities.
Should be able to deploy, configure and test the services on Mule ESB (Enterprise Service Bus).
Should be able to implement connectors available in Mule.
Should be able to create WebService (SOAP, REST), JMS and custom Transformer components.