Applications Development Manager

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Applications Development Manager-18069177
  • Credit Core Service team develops and maintains framework and common components library to be used by Credit applications. 
  • Currently we maintain two major systems: Mirrorlake & Red Queen.
  • Mirrorlake is a disk-based caching and data distribution platform for efficiently and reliably sharing data across applications and processes; leverages Messaging Backbone (Kafkaesque & Tibco EMS) for event delivery; provides an alternate solution to in-memory caches like Gemfire & Tangosol. 
  • Combines scalability of Hadoop/HDFS with performance of Columnar Storage. 
  • Red Queen is a configurable distributed indexer, which accelerates selective retrieval of records from semi-structured or unstructured data stores.
  • It works seamlessly with existing data stores such as Mirror Lake.

  • Must be familiar with Core Java, good understanding of Java fundamental
  • Must be familiar with one of popular database
  • Experience in system/software performance analysis and performance tuning
  • Experience on Big Data solution like Hadoop/HBase/Apache Solr is a plus
  • Experience on SOAP web service/Restful web service  is a plus
  • Linux shell skill is a plus

Required Non-Technical Skills

  • 3+ years programming experience in Java, good understanding of Java core
  • 1+ years programming experience for web application
  • Work to tight deadlines and pressure, and enjoy working late with colleagues
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to produce easily understood technical documentation
  • Good team work, work under pressure, manage conflicts and challenges.
  • Must demonstrate analytical thinking and problem solving skills

15 May 2019
Location: China Shanghai Shanghai
Work type:
Full time
Banking and Financial Services
PLEASE! No enquiries from Recruitment Agencies or Headhunters.

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