Experience using REST, SOAP, microservices

published on Friday, July 17th, 2020

Situation: HEE Revalidation required UI leveraging multiple REST/SOAP/Microservices.   Task: Develop and consume REST/SOAP/Microservices to retrieve Trainee information.   Actions: -Collaborated on REST endpoints to define urls, headers, requests and responses. -Made HTTP requests as REST that were converted to SOAP requests to communicate with GMC connect. -Consumed Microservices to send recommendations to GMC.   […]

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Filed under: Clients, MicroServices, Solutions

Knowledge of web services/REST and microservices

published on Friday, May 22nd, 2020

HEE/NHS had poor data synchronisation between TIS/ESR. Our team was instrumental in the setup CI/CD design/development/automated-testing process; developing multiple RESTful/SOAP/Queue-based/File-Transfer-Services for services utilising open-source-software/Java-MicroServices: -Created multiple RESTful web services for consumption by TIS Admin UI. -Designed/developed REST services for reading-from/writing-to multiple back-end systems (TCS/Auditing). -Used TCS services for bi-directional flow between TIS/ESR to get/modify data […]

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Filed under: Clients, MicroServices, Solutions

Deliver capability within an existing enterprise governance framework (including pre-existing architecture, engineering practices, CI/CD pipeline and QA approval processes)

published on Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

Our consultants created a new Integration-development capability for HMRC to work on Brexit-critical-Programmes/Projects. Working within existing Chief Technology Office, Security & Programme-Management governance, we used whitelisted technologies to develop open-source, Cloud-agnostic, MicroService/ESB-based back-end headless-services to be consumed by various project-teams developing end-to-end business services. We worked with the existing provider of CI/CD-pipeline; iteratively improving the […]

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Filed under: Agile Delivery, HMRC, MicroServices, Solutions, Transformation

Provide close knit, technically led JAVA development teams. It is essential you can demonstrate they have experience of successful efficient delivery as pre-existing teams

published on Monday, November 5th, 2018

Our consultants led the formation of 12 Development-Scrum-Teams (comprising Business Analysis, Automated Testing, Delivery Management & Integration/Java Development) to HMRC’s Messaging-Delivery-Group; delivering reusable back-end headless-services based on Java MicroServices and utilising Enterprise Integration Patterns including: Request/Reply, Correlation-ID, Dead-Letter-Channel, Message-Bus, Event-Message, Point-to-Point-Channel, Publish/Subscribe-Channel, Guaranteed-Messaging, Content-Based-Router, Broadcast/Aggregate, Canonical-Data-Model & Wire-Tap. Our consultants have been working together for up […]

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Filed under: HMRC, MicroServices, Solutions, Transformation

Designed and delivered MicroService based products; including system integration, where there are teams from multiple suppliers, managing multiple cross stream dependencies

published on Friday, November 2nd, 2018

Our consultants work with HMRC; designing/delivering Open-Source MicroService back-end/Middleware-Services and leading the integration of COTS/Legacy/Bespoke-components supplied by: HMRC-in-house, IBM, Euro-Dynamics, Accenture, CapGemini & Equal-Experts across 13-parallel streams in three cross-dependent programmes/projects. We delivered back-end Headless-services to other suppliers; including: MicroServices configuration storage – Hashicorp-Consul. Digital-Certificates storage – Hashicorp-Vault. Access control/security/log-management – API-Gateway/Service-Mesh(Docker/Kubernetes)/LDAP/Kafka/ELK. Consolidated Notification Service […]

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Filed under: Containerisation, HMRC, MicroServices, Solutions

Excellent knowledge of architectural approaches that are relevant to this work

published on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

Our team has extensive experience of architecting new data centric systems; including the Oxford School of Drama(OSD): -SOA type architecture – decoupling data input/output from data storage; avoiding vendor lock in, reducing cost. -Service interfaces with external web based services (payment, transactional email, authentication, bulk email subscription, SMS); reducing development costs/risk. -Extensive use of Micro […]

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Filed under: Clients, MicroServices, Solutions