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Bengaluru, Karnataka, 560001, India
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October 17, 2016

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Experience Summary

Around ** years in Software Industry covering various roles as architect, tech lead, module lead and programmer.

Adept at working all phases of software development lifecycle from requirements, architecture, design, implementation, documentation and deployment.

Strong Team / Technical leading skills, mentoring team technical issues and in training fresher employees.

Good technical skills, able to quickly learn new concepts, process and technologies.

Excellent cross-cultural understanding through interactions with clients from North America, Europe

Experience Details

Technical Domain

Experience

Description

Enterprise Integration(EBI/EAI)

9

Architected and designed Enterprise Integration platforms on Oracle SOA Suite involving enterprise applications like Oracle EBS, MAXIMO, and Siebel CRM.

Web Based Applications

6

Worked on critical projects for GM including global web services, and web applications development using ALSB, JAVA/J2EE

Technical Skills

Primary Skills

Mature

SOA, BPEL, Oracle EBS, Maximo, OSB, AquaLogic Service Bus (ALSB 3.0), BPM, DataPower, Java, Struts, Enterprise Java Beans (EJB), J2EE, JSP, Java Servlets, JMS,JavaScript, Spring, Hibernate, ibatis, SOAP, WSDL,HTML, XML, XSLT, WebLogic server, SunONE / Iplanet/ http Web Server, Glassfish 2.1 Application Server, MQ based messaging, Eclipse, Jdeveloper, NetBeans, Soapui

Secondary Skills

Oracle database, Microsoft Sql Server, NetBeans IDE, Pl/Sql, Microsoft Visio, Rational Rose, SVN, TFS, VSS, JIRA, Rational Software Architect

Project Experience

Project 1

Merchandising

April 16 – Sep 16

Customer Name

SITA, Global( US, UK)

Description

Merchandising provides the ability for Airlines to unbundle the services traditionally offered as part of the ticket (e.g. Seat selection, baggage, priority boarding, meals etc.) and offer them as separate optional services, typically for a set charge. A Shopping Cart is analogous to its name sake, providing an end-user the ability to select from a list of product items and add them to a cart. The initial implementation of the cart will permit shopping for service fees - provided by Horizon Service Fees in the form of a ‘Catalogue’ of fees, but there will be a future vision to expand the shopping cart to permit selection of flight segments, fare quotes, etc

Tools & Technologies

BPEL, OSB, Contivo, Mappy, JDeveloper, SVN, JIRA, Oracle WebLogic server10.3.6, Oracle 12c, Oracle SOA 11.1.1.7.0

Operating System

Linux

Role Played

SOA Integration Architect

Responsibilities / Contribution

End to End architecture conceptualization for the Merchandising Solution as a product keeping in view of the functional requirements as well as

Realization of the of the functional requirements through implementation of the design and also coordinating with Product Team and Project Team

Team Size 25

Project 2

Oracle EBS ReImplemetation

Aug 14 – April 15

Customer Name

Cheniere, US

Description

Cheniere was moving to IBM MAXIMO for business process management as part of Oracle EBS reimplementation, integrating EBS with IBM MAXIMO for Master Data, and Procurement, Projects, HR, GL modules This necessitated an independent integration platform be built using Oracle SOA, Fusion Middleware.

Tools & Technologies

BPEL, EBS, Maximo, JDeveloper, MS Sqlserver, SVN, JIRA, Oracle Weblogicserver10.3.6, Oracle HTTP Server, Oracle 12c, Oracle SOA 11.1.1.7.0

Operating System

Linux

Role Played

SOA Architect & Design Lead

Responsibilities / Contribution

End to End architecture conceptualization for the integration platform keeping in view of the functional requirements

Design of the integration platform taking care of the design constraints but within architecture purview

Realization of the of the functional requirements through implementation of the design and managing end-end delivery of the integration platform coordinating with Maximo and EBS teams

Setup production environment for customer

Team Size 15

Project 3

Integrated Services Platform

Apr 10 - May 14

Customer Name

Dell, India

Description

Integrated Services Platform (ISP) is a Global Service Management web platform for Dell. The primary objective of this application is to replace various regional traditional legacy system and J2EE applications with Siebel CRM implementations across all Dell locations and have a common integrated platform to service Dell customers worldwide. Worked in the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Team associated with this Enterprise platform. ALSB (an ESB technology) has been chosen as the Standard Integration Solution across all distributed systems within Dell

Tools & Technologies

OSB 11g, ALSB3.0, JMS, BPEL, Oracle 9i, PL/SQL, SQLServer, SOAPUI, Web Service Definition Language (WSDL), WebLogic, XML SPY Tool, Datapower, WebSphere MQ, Web Services Security, Java, Eclipse, WebLogic10.0

Operating System

U

Unix

Linux

Role Played

SOA & Program Lead

Responsibilities / Contribution

Architecture changes necessitated for onboarding new apps,

design,

end-end delivery,

Effort Estimation and scheduling of project tasks.

10

Team Size

Project 4

GWS LNV Service

May 09 – Dec 09

Customer Name

General Motors, US, UK

Description

The GWS Locate New Vehicle (LNV) project will focus on providing global services for new vehicle locator functionality for GM Europe, with the intent for future rollout to the LAAM region. The GWS LNV Service provides a flexible vehicle search mechanism that will return a list of vehicles based on the criteria entered. It does proximity Search based on the zip code, city name, state and name of the dealer. And then it searches vehicle selected in selected dealer's inventory. The component will enable users to locate new Vehicle of their choice.

Tools & Technologies

NetBeans6.1, Oracle 10g, Web Services, J2EE, EJB3.0, GlassfishV2.1 Application Server, Reactivity, Rational Rose, Automobiles

Operating System

Sun Solaris

Role Played

Project Lead

Responsibilities / Contribution

Architecture of the global web services,

Design of the LNV web service,

End - end delivery of LNV web service,

Effort Estimation and scheduling of project tasks.

Team Size 7

Project 5

MIC Rating API

Jul 08 - Dec 09

Customer Name

General Motors, US

Description

The Mechanical systems provide MIC with complete processing for extended warranty plans for which MIC is the administrator. The system supports the U.S. General Motors Protection Plan (GMPP), Saturn Service plans, Smart care, Good wrench, MRP, private label eMRP and Canadian GMPP. These products are supported by systems services that include policy administration, claims and journal voucher processing, reporting, billing, and statistical information. Supporting Subsystems include: Mechanical Entry System (MES), Name and address (Alpha), Dealer (Agency/DIS), Financial Management System (FMS), Reinsurance, CARES, V&L, M-MIROR and Downstream Reporting Systems. The application interfaces with over 50 MIC, GM and outside vendor subsystems. A Web Service called MIC Rating API is being created to be used with Menu Selling Vendors. The MIC Rating API will call the GMPP API Web Service to obtain GMPP (GM Protection Plan), MRP (Mechanical Repair Plan) and SSP (Saturn Service Plan) rates.

Tools & Technologies

ALSB

Operating System

Linux

Role Played

Tech Lead

Responsibilities / Contribution

Design, Implementation, Testing, Deployment and Support. Executed completely from US.

Team Size 3

Project 6

Community Management and ETCM Support

Dec 07 - Apr 09

Customer Name

General Motors, US

Description

Community Management aims to provide a solution that enables GM to manage its retailer community that uses the Exchange system. This web based application is a self-service portal where the Trading Partners can login and provide necessary information to obtain a CPA (Collaboration Protocol Agreement). It manages the workflow for on-boarding a retailer to the Exchange solution with proper approvals and notifications. The key features of Community management are listed below:

Allows Trading Partners to provide their end point details and request for a CPA

Manages Organization (DMS Vendors), Subscriber (dealers), Transactions and End Point data

Allows GM Admin to review and approve partner profiles and DMS Vendor to Dealers to Transactions association

Partners can download the CPA from the application screen and start transacting with GM in a secure environment

Partner can renew CPA when digital certificates expire

Integrates with the existing Security Framework to support Authentication and Authorization for Single sign-on

Tools & Technologies

Eclipse3.1, Struts, JSP, Oracle 9i, JMS, J2EE, WebLogic, Process Automation, Java, Eclipse, MS Visual SourceSafe

Operating System

Sun Solaris

Role Played

Tech Lead

Responsibilities / Contribution

Application Support and Maintenance,

onsite coordinator for phase-2

Team Size 5

Project 7

GIF Community Exchange 2.0

Jun 07 – Nov 07

Customer Name

General Motors, US, UK, Brazil, Australia

Description

The Global Exchange is one of the products being developed alongside and as a part of the Retail Workbenches and Enablers (EXCHANGE 2.0) project. EXCHANGE 2.0 is tasked with developing a global suite of applications to support General Motors (GM) Retailers in the process of retailing GM vehicles. EXCHANGE 2.0 includes five products to support key retail processes (Sales Workbench, Order Workbench, Parts Workbench, Service Workbench and Business Administration Workbench). In addition to the Workbench products, the EXCHANGE 2.0 project will also deliver supporting capabilities through a suite of enabling applications. The Exchange project delivers an integration capability for third party Dealer Management System (DMS) products to connect to GM and share data. The Portal product provides a user interface framework, self-service security administration capability and single sign-on to GM applications. The Messenger product provides a capability to distribute messages to Retailers and also provides a general content management capability. Collectively, this product set sits within the GM Global Retail Integration (GRI) systems domain, forming a bridge between Retailers and other GM back-end systems, such as management of the GM production line.

Tools & Technologies

Eclipse3.1, Struts, JSP, Oracle 9i, JMS, J2EE, WebLogic, Process Automation, Java, Eclipse, MS Visual SourceSafe

Operating System

Linux

Role Played

Tech Lead

Responsibilities / Contribution

Design, Coding, testing, deployment and helping team in technical issues

Team Size 20

Project 8

Freeway

Feb 07 – Jun 07

Customer Name

General Motors, US

Description

Freeway implementation creates a bridge for communication between Dealer Management System and the OEM, with adherence to STAR standards. Dealer Management System can interact with ARIES using SOAP Messages. Freeway authenticates the Dealer System and processes the information after the necessary data validations. If the request is found to adhere to the specified standards, ARIES system passes it on to the OEM and the vice versa is also true. ARIES keeps a log of all the transactions done through the system; the details are stored in the database.

Tools & Technologies

Oracle 9i, Process Automation, Java, XML, XSLT, Eclipse, MS Visual SourceSafe, Rational Rose

Operating System

Linux

Role Played

Tech Lead

Responsibilities / Contribution

Team Size

Implementing new CR's and helping the team in technical issues.

5

Project 9

Contract Savings Adjustment

Oct 06 – Feb 07

Customer Name

General Motors, US

Description

Global Purchasing & Supply Chain (GPSC) has an application called Contract Savings Adjustments (CSA), which is currently hosted in a non-standard EDS production environment. On the current server, CSA is utilizing iPlanet for Windows and a MS SQL Server 7.0 database. On a weekly basis, data is sent from GPS to CSA (via FTP) to support this application. The primary purpose of this data is to validate user entry (part numbers, buyer codes, and duns numbers) or fill drop-down boxes (commodity groups, creativity teams, currencies, vehicle product lines, receiving plants and legal business entities). Authorized users enter/update data in CSA. Each Saturday all data is extracted from the database tables into text files which are then pulled from the server and loaded into Stage A tables by GIF. The current configuration consists of a production and a pre-production server located in the EDS Integrated Lab in Auburn Hills. The objective of this project is migrating the CSA application to a standard hosting environment. The migration is to be conducted in coordination with the GM Hosting services group. The services described in this SOW shall be governed by the subcontract between Electronic Data Systems Corporation and Wipro Limited, dated January 4, 2006. In the event of conflicts between this SOW and the subcontract the subcontract shall take precedence.

Tools & Technologies

Oracle 9i, PL/SQL, SQL*Plus, TOAD, J2EE, Java Servlets, JavaScript, iPlanet Web Server, Verisign, Java, Eclipse, Rational Rose

Operating System

Linux

Role Played

Team Lead

Responsibilities / Contribution

I was involved in Migration ( from SqlServer to Oracle, Installation of servers, Setting up environment for CSA Project, and deployment of application

Team Size 6

Project 10

GM USBP Support

Oct 04 – Sep 06

Customer Name

General Motors, US

Description

GM BuyPower 5.0 (http://www.gmbuypower.com) is a portal from GM which enables users to Search for GM car dealers, Search for various GM cars, Configure their own car, Compare amongst GM and Non-GM cars, Contact BuyPower Manager to get detailed information about the car etc. This application uses various local and global components from GM’s global component group. The application also interacts with various external interfaces which are the data sources for different modules of the application. There are about 10000 registered users with around 3000 active users currently using this application. The GM BuyPower application is the one stop source for information on all GM cars and Dealers. The following are the components and interfaces the application is using as the data source for various modules: OVC (Oracle Vehicle Configurator) component EJB GLTO (Global Locate To Order) component EJB UP (User Profile) component EJB Messaging Component EJB Window Sticker EJB Selector Component EJB AIC Interface (Http URL) Accessories (Http URL) Vicinity Map (Http URL) GMBP 5.0 Application Overview GMBP 5.0 System comprises of the following Subsystems: My BuyPower Comparator New Vehicle Locate Dealer Path Dealer Locate Configurator/Build Your Own Certified Used Vehicles Vehicle Home Page Home Page Messaging General (Bread crumbs etc) Miscellaneous (GMAC, KBB etc).

Tools & Technologies

Oracle 8i, JMS, Enterprise Java Beans(EJB), JSP, Java Servlets, JavaScript, Supply Chain Management, Java, Eclipse, MS Visual SourceSafe

Operating System

Linux

Role Played

Senior Programmer & Module Lead

Responsibilities / Contribution

I was involved as a Module leader for enhancements and bug fixes on this project. I was also involved in testing and setting up test environment for onsite testing

Team Size 6

Project/Product 11

iGMS - Interruptions and Maintenance Scheduling

May 04 – Sep 04

Customer Name

NGTransco, UK

Description

IGMS is IT solution implementation for Transmission and Trading business of NGTransco. It is realization of large data warehouse and business intelligence solution, which achieves the replacement of telemetry and command control system. Interruptions and Maintenance Scheduling is a sub-project under iGMS to provide the functionality of scheduling interruptions (to supply network per stated/pre-announced stoppages, and emergencies) and preventive maintenance scheduling. Main objectives of this sub-project are

Identifying target sites

Exchange data with shippers concerning interruptions detail

Record all aspects of interruption

Validate and inform concerned parties

High degree of automation than existing note-based mechanism

Maintenance of shippers and site information as well as interruptions data is part of Beta 1 release. Raising and serving interruptions is part of Beta 2 release

Tools & Technologies

Oracle 9i, JBuilder, JDeveloper, Oracle Reports, Enterprise Java Beans(EJB), Java Servlets, Oracle Application Server, Process Automation, Java, OOAD, Cleveland MVC Framework

Operating System

Linux

Role Played

Project Engineer

Responsibilities / Contribution

As a programmer for Beta 1 and Beta 2 releases of the project, I was involved in coding and testing of

Maintenance of shipper and site information - Modify functionality UI till DAO

Reports using Oracle Reports

Batch Jobs using RMI for offline interruptions data maintenance

Team Size 15

Special Achievements

Title

Description

Month & Year

Award

Feather-in-my-cap award - three times for the best performance in projects

2005, 2006 and 2007

E-MAIL appreciation

Received appreciation from top management on helping other project teams

2008

Progression

Progressed two consecutive years based on good commendations from clients

2013, 2014, offered on 2015 too

C-Sat

Received 4.75 / 5 C-Sat rating from Client for the project which I was offshore Project Lead and Tech Lead

2009

Education

Degree

Major Subject

Institution

Full Time/Part Time

MCA

Computer Science

Nagarjuna University

Full Time

Passport

Passport No.

Place of Issue

Valid till

H9926909

BANGALORE

02-03-2020

Visa

Visa Type

Country Name

Valid till

My Strength

Strong determination to grow up in ladder

Quick learner and hardworking

Flexible and adapt quickly to new working environments

Work independently and as part of a team

Effective communicator - can liaise with clients and communicate ideas with a wide range of people

Hobbies & Special Interests

Hobbies: Listening to Music, Travelling and Reading Books



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