Sam Hardy | Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016
HMRC wanted to develop 12 file transfer journeys using SOS-Berlin JobScheduler and Java based Microservices.
Our team worked with traditional/modern interfaces to drive the solutions forward:
-Designing architectural-patterns to interface FTP and Microservices with legacy-services (messages->queues->flat files and vice versa); facilitating dual running during trader migration.
-Worked closely with programme architects to discover viable solution-options, specified POCs and finalised agreed solution.
-Prepared ‘As-Is’ technical-flows for legacy services and designed ‘To-Be’ designs for dual running.
-Created BDD style test specifications for both end-end and integration points; including: service-to-service interactions, on-premise to AWS interactions.
This resulted in the successful design, implementation and deployment of the services to AWS.