IBM IIB Consultant

We are looking for IBM IIB Consultant for our client in Glastonbury, CT Job Title: IBM IIB Consultant Job Location: Glastonbury, CT Job Type: Contract 12 Months Job Description: Should have 10+ years of hands-on experience in IBM IIB v 10 or 9. Should have good knowledge of ESB and SOA paradigms. Good knowledge on implementation of ESB design patterns is a must. Having BizTalk knowledge and migration experience to IIB is an added advantage. Should have excellent communication and customer/stakeholder handling skills Should have strong experience in all areas of SDLC/Agile. Require good experience in analyzing business/functional/non-functional requirements. Strong development experience using IBM Integration Bus V10 or V9. In depth knowledge of standards/technologies (JMS, WMQ, XMLNSC, JSON, WSDL, DFDL, SOAP, HTTP and SSL/TLS). Should have good experience in Administering and Configuring IIB & WMQ products. Strong development experience in working with message domains (XMLNSC, SOAP, JSON, DFDL, MIME). Should have solid experience in working with SOAP/Web services & REST API. Should have strong command in ESQL( .Net is preferred to have and is an advantage) . Should have strong experience in designing and developing components for error handling & logging. Should be experienced in working with Quality and Defect tracking tools. Require good knowledge and experience with build and deployment automation of IIB releases. Should have strong experience in troubleshooting and debugging. Should have worked withdatabases (Oracle, DB2, MS SQL Server). Should be capable of Leading and Supporting Development Team. Should have strong interpersonal and communication skills. Having Insurance domain knowledge is an Advantage.
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Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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