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WMQ/WMB administrator

Company Name:
Trinity Cloud Company
WMQ/WMB administrator
Location-Carmel, IN
Duration- 6 months plus contract

Rate is open

Application and Integration Services (AIS) Manager, responsible for the design, installation, and support of WebSphere Broker and MQ platforms. Person in this role must perform all duties assigned by the AIS Manager and must know, practice and ensure that company policies and procedures and state and federal laws are followed at all times. Ensure that no company, employee or customer information is inappropriately divulged to unauthorized parties. Responsibilities: Lead in the design and implementation of new WebSphere Broker and MQ platforms. Lead certain design phases. Ensure design meets application development team requirements. Ensure platform complies with team standards and IT policies and procedures. Deploy applications to production and non-production environments. Create various Broker or MQ objects such as Queues, Channels, Clustered Queues, etc. Lead the daily operation of WebSphere Broker and MQ environments. Monitor resource utilization, including such items as CPU, memory, and disk utilization. Report on system utilization and plan/implement recommended maintenance as required. Perform impact analysis for appropriate tasks. Troubleshoot and resolve complex technical issues related to the platform. Create support tickets and work with IBM as needed. Support IBM HTTP Server instances within the platform. Lead the process to promote patches. Apply patches to environments. Lead collaboration with Developers and Database Administrators in the implementation of new applications. Identify impact to capacity. Manage and maintain documentation related to infrastructure and architecture of integration systems. Produce project related documentation and provide estimates to the Project Lead or Manager for work to be completed. Ensure process for monitoring, backup and recovery, security, and change management are established and documented. Lead in recommendations for disaster recovery of integration environments.

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