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As a Lead Java Engineer, you will live on the front lines of the products we create, and build features used by millions of people every day.
Our client is one of the mature and biggest information services providers in the USA. The market is Information Services. The domain is Content/document retrieval, publish, and search. Our customer's product is library database services for institutions. We are doing an Architectural Design and Engineering efforts on Content Repository and Data Ingestion/ Data Acquisition Pipelines to be rolled out on top of Amazon AWS. Our project goal is to deliver the next level of blazing-fast and cost-effective search as well as other library services to the thousands of clients of the customer all around the scientific institutions and knowledge domains. Our plans are to deliver the next level platform built from scratch on top of AWS cloud, Microservices architecture, and Netflix stack, ingest existing content into the cloud.
We are looking for an open-mind specialist. See the tech. stack. If you have a gap with some of mentioned - we'll give you an opportunity to learn it. You will have an opportunity to get hands-on in two of the most popular trends nowadays: learn how information retrieval/publish/search works, learn how to develop and roll out the complete comprehensive Microservices solution in the cloud. You will be at play with complex and evolving project consisting of hundreds of Microservices to be developed; Learn how the things are done right from scratch in an Agile Microservices-driven environment; Become a key player and visit USA-based customers offices frequently, participate in key technical decisions in face; Work closely with EPAM Microservices evangelists and industry-leading solution architects.
Project technologies and tools
Spring 4+/5 stack (Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, Spring Data, etc.);