Experience of working with both traditional and modern interfaces and systems integration, to document proposals for possible solutions and drive the solution of choice with the developers and others

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.


Filed under: Agile Delivery, HMRC, Solutions, Systems Integration