To be the Subject Matter Expert on Cloud Native application design and architecture so that the organisation can benefit from the strengths of Cloud Native Computing. The Job
Develop cloud native applications that are reliable, highly-available, high performance and low latency, using microservice architecture and Domain Driven Design.
Develop applications that are of high standards, modular, scalable, reusable and maintainable, following industry best practices and conventions.
Keep abreast of latest technologies, techniques, tools, best practices and concepts, and apply them where applicable, and contribute to the overall knowledge of the company in cloud native application development.
Be the subject matter expert on cloud native application development, and microservice design concepts, and the ability to articulate ideas and communicating clearly to a group of audience on these topics.
Assist the Cloud Native Lead on developing standards and best practices on cloud native application development.
Ability to work independently, as well as in a team of PM, BA, architects and engineers, and liaise with vendors on design and implementation activities.
Contribute to all phases of the software development lifecycle, and support all BAU activities where applicable.
Be aware of company's architectural and technological strategies and to develop applications that are aligned to these directions.
Ability to evaluate, weigh the pros and cons, and exercise good judgement when making decisions.
Additional Responsibilities for Development Lead:
Manage, mentor and guide a team of Software Engineers.
Responsible for the overall deliverables of the team.
Takes accountability in considering business and regulatory compliance risks and takes appropriate steps to mitigate the risks.
Maintains awareness of industry trends on regulatory compliance, emerging threats and technologies in order to understand the risk and better safeguard the company.
Highlights any potential concerns /risks and proactively shares best risk management practices.