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Apache/Jenkins Middle Tier Engineer/ DevOps in the Financial Industry

Do you love it in the middle? As a Middle Tier Engineer, you’ll be responsible for the support, maintenance and upgrades to the middle tier environments using Apache and Jenkins technologies. You’ll handle application deployments across multiple development, staging, and production environments. You’ll act as a liaison between many teams, particularly with software development and operations, to coordinate implementing new applications, upgrading existing or building new automated processes to better support software development team.


Responsible for the installation, configuration, administration, monitoring, and daily maintenance of enterprise-wide Apache Server, Apache Tomcat, Jenkins, JBOSS and IIS architectures.

Interact with Software Development and infrastructure teams to define physical and virtual requirements required to implement application solutions and troubleshoot technical issues, responsible for documentation surrounding architecture, design documentation and systems test planning. Defines requirements for physical and virtual system architecture and evaluates performance, implements test plans and handles design documentation. Responsible for open networks technologies for authentication using Active Directory and LDAP.

Technical requirements:

At least 1 year of experience with Linux as a power user or administrator using RHLE, OEL, or CentOS, Windows Server administration, knowledge of LDAP/Active Directory, scripting language such as Bash, Perl, Python, Apache-Ant, or similar scripting language, JEE technologies and architecture, web server administration with Apache, Apache-Tomcat, JBoss, and IIS.

Knowledge of Java technology including troubleshooting and diagnostic tools – versions 1.6, 7, & 8 (JVisualVM, JMC, Heap, thread, and profiling experience) J2EE, PHP, JSP, JDBC, JSTL, XML, JavaScript, Linux shell script, PERL, PHP.

Experience with module installation, troubleshooting, and configuration of web servers, understanding and experience of CI (continuous integration) methodologies.

Knowledge and experience using Jenkins, Subversion, Git, Maven, load/stress testing tools (HP LoadRunner, JMeter, or equivalent) network service monitoring up to application-aware monitoring tools (TCPDUMP, Nagios, Solarwinds, etc) virtualization platform (vmware, kvm, virtual box, etc.)

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