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Integration Architect

Software Architecture Permanent contract The Netherlands

Vacature beschrijving

If you can…

  • Design solutions to tough challenges and drive ideas from concept to reality.
  • Identify the biggest needs keeping in mind the big picture, drive technical solutions and collaborate with a diverse user base.
  • Architect, design and implement complex EAI solutions including making technology choices.
  • Communicate fluently in English.


If you have...

  • experience in the EAI/SOA/IoT/integration space.
  • knowledge of and experience with Integration Platforms (MuleSoft, Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse, Dell Boomi, TIBCO, Oracle Fusion, IBM WebSphere).
  • knowledge of design patterns in SOA, EAI and cloud solutions.
  • knowledge of  security protocols, security policies and authentication mechanisms such as SAML and OAuth.
  • knowledge of  relational databases (Oracle, MySQL, MariaDB, Microsoft SQL Server)
  • familiarity with cloud infrastructure (AWS, Google Cloud Platform or Azure)
  • familiarity with persistence technologies such as NoSQL (MongoDB, Cassandra, ElasticSearch, Redis)
  • familiarity with messaging platforms (Kafka, Google Pub/Sub, RabbitMQ)
  • familiarity in event-driven architectures (EDA) and event processing.
  • experience with agile development methodologies (SCRUM, Kanban)
  • a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or equivalent experience.

…then we’d like to talk to you about this opportunity!

What we offer you…

  • A unique culture where people speak frankly, have great mutual respect and are united by a genuine interest in technology. (You can learn more via the culture at Inside Devoteam)
  • Team spirit and international environment.
  • Relocation service for people outside the Netherlands.
  • Great salary package with bonus and the option for a commuting allowance or lease car.
  • Career specific trainings and certifications.

Examples of team’s work..
Is there still room for Canonical Data Model in a Microservices architecture?

Integrating clouds with Oracle

Why Microservices if you run a great SOA implementation?