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Name: Premchand Darru

Skills: Seebeyond (SRE, ICAN, and JCAPS),TIBCO and Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g),

Contact Details: acwx83@r.postjobfree.com; 713*******

Current Location: Houston,TX

Relocation: Open

Professional Summary:

•11.2 years of experience in software development as a Software Engineer/Technical Lead/Application Lead/Integration Expert.

•2.5 Years of experience in java/J2EE(Servlets and JSP) and 8.7 Years of experience in EAI development using Seebeyond SRE, ICAN, JCAPS,TIBCO and Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g)

•Hands-on Experience building Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Proxy services, Business services andexperienced in B2B integration using Oracle Fusion Middleware.

•Developed canonical schemas using industry standard OAGIS model.

•Experienced in handling Huge DATA CENTER MIGRAION in the middleware.

•Worked through all the phases of software development life cycle (SDLC) in Client/Server environmentwhich includes analysis, design, development, deployment, post deployment support and co-ordination of EAI applications.

•Expertise in Manufacturing and HealthCare Domains.

•Trained in EAI tools like JCAPS6.0, TIBCO, Web Methods and Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g).

•Expertise in INTEGRATING BUSSINESS APPLICATIONS/SYSTEMS,B2B configuration and AIA.

•Experienced in using file transfer mechanisms like Axway, Ftp, Sftp, Http, Https, Elit, Tumbleweed and Layer 7.

•Expertise in handling Text, XML and EDI transaction.

•Proficient in Back-end programming techniques with Oracle and SQL Server.

•Good knowledge of JSP, Servlets and JavaScript.

•Extensively worked on WebLogic 11g Server, for Server Installations, Configuration, Application components deployment, performance tuning including troubleshooting.

•Deployed various WAR, JAR and EAR applications on managed servers and in clustered environment using Console or auto deployment scripts in Dev and pre-prod environments.

•Excellent problem solving knowledge and Good time-management skills with ability to manageseveralmultiple tasks simultaneously to meet deadlines.

•Experienced in client co-ordination and budget estimates for new projects and enhancements.

•As an onsite-coordinator, has got excellent written and oral communication skills to communicate with the team members and the end users.

•Desired to be a part an organization that encourages innovation and gives an opportunity to work on the latest technologies.

Education:

•2003 Master of Science (Information Systems) from Andhra University

•2001 Bachelor of Computer Applications(B.C.A) from Andhra University

Achievements:

•Best Performance Award From ES-EBI Practice Wipro Technologies.

•Best Performance Award From GENERAL MOTORS.

Technical Skills:

•Middleware Tools: SeeBeyond (EGate, ICAN,JCAPS), TIBCO, Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g)

•Web Technologies: JAVA, JSP, Servlets, JavaScript, XML,Web Services

•Database: Oracle 8i,MS-SQL Server7.0/2000, PL/SQL, Oracle 9i, Oracle 10g, Oracle 11G

•Languages: C, C++, Java, Php

•Servers: Web Logic, Tomcat 5.0.

•Operating Systems: MS-Windows 98/NT/2000/XP/2003, MS-DOS

Trainings Undergone:

•External training on JCAPS from sun.

•Internal Training on WEBMETHODS and TIBCO from Wipro.

•Internal Training on Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g) from Wisemen.

Matrix – One Freight System (OFS) May’2015 to Till Date

Ceva Logistics, Houston TX

Client Description: CEVA is a logistic company which has been formed by integrating two companies; Eagle corp. (US) and TNT Logistics (UK) .This Company have three modes of shipments. AIR, OCEAN and GROUND. And according to the regions there is a list of source systems. A number of source systems will update the ODS database with the statuses of the files shipped while a different set of source systems are connected with CVDB data store. GSU is the user interface for the ODS whereas Navigator stands as an interface for CVDB. Once the ODS is updated through e*Gate system, it will update the EDI table through corresponding e*Ways and will be passing the data through the bridge (IQs) so that the CVDB also get updated and anyone using the navigator, get the latest status from CVDB too. Similarly the files getting updated in CVDB will be passed through IQs in the bridge to update the ODS database so that the EDI table also receives the latest statuses. If one user has to send some shipments from one region to another, it can be done through a number of segments in which each of the transition is called the leg segments.

The project was challenging because of complexity, work volume, need of multiple technologies/expertise and historical interface knowledge. Key challenges are like - Integration of CEVA In House applications and provide communication and effective data transfers between them. Communication of data to External Carriers for performing actual logistics done through third party vendors (DESCARTES, TRAXON, GTNexus, etc.,)Standardizes the various types of input data and are stored into database for easy tracking and transformation purposes. Creation and management of various customer interfaces and their corresponding communication protocols. Customizing EDI Structures based on customer requirements. Transforming data from CEVA standards to Customer formats. Providing support to CEVA’s Customers on issues and clarifications.

Role: Technical Lead

Responsibilities:

•Configuring Java CAPS 6.3, TIBCO on Sun Solaris and windows environments.

•Handled the Stringent timelines to migrate interfaces in short span time.

•Co-ordination/alignment with source and target teams located in different geographies.

•Working with multiple Ceva teams and other vendor for hosting, infrastructure and other support activities.

•Implemented and enhanced interfaces using JavaCAPS6.3, TIBCO which will publish output files to different systems in different formats based on the scheduled transaction and also real-time.

•Configuring the interfaces, eways, connectivity maps, creating deployment profiles, logical hosts, integration servers, iq managers, as per the new environment, updating the properties, and validating the interfaces.

•Configured and created JMS queues and Data sources.

•Set up Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) communication in the WebLogic Application Server.

•Guided the development team technically and functionally throughout the migration project.

•Done configurations in SFTP and ELIT for file transfers to the source and target systems.

•Validate the integration test case documents and to make sure the end to end flow was tested without any issues in the Ceva environment.

•Necessary testing reviews for all the interfaces developed using JCAPS/TIBCO.

•Handled UAT with the users and involved in the production migration.

•Participated in validating the migrations responsibilities to carry out support in a live environment.

Environment: JCAPS6.3, TIBCO, XML, XSD, Java, Oracle 11g, SFTP,TOAD 10,OS-WIN10,Unix

GIF-Data Center Transfer (DCT) Sept’2013 to Aprl’2015

General Motors, Detroit MI

Client Description: General Motor’s Data Center Transformation (DCT) for Toronto and Auburn

Hills locations initiative is to bring in-house global IT infrastructure and consolidate multiple sites to a single Technical Operations Center in Detroit. This will integrate and streamline all aspects of product development, manufacturing, marketing, sales and OnStar applications, to quicken up access provisioning to any GM employee across the world. Having a single nerve center for global operations will get newer vehicle designs and technologies into customers’ hands quicker and will improve the operational efficiency and provide better support to business strategy. The new GIF DCT servers are con-figured with much more space and are outperforming than current production. With this migration, all the servers will be brought to a common location (Warren) and will be equipped with enhanced performance. DCT Toronto Migration Project went through setup, migration and deployment schedule without impacting the business continuity.

The project was challenging because of complexity, work volume, need of multiple technologies/expertise and historical interface knowledge. Key challenges are like -Delay caused by lack of appropriate information of source/target and application functionality, Mismatch of software version, libraries while server set-up, Pre-production and production code/ configuration mismatch and Production code not in sync with executable. The key achievement of this project are, Huge cost savings from decommissioning the Toronto Data Centre, Huge list of interfaces in different technologies which includes see beyond were deployed successfully within the preset timeframe,No major post deployment issues or application downtime,Issueless migration of some application along with database migration,Prompt response to external suppliers across multiple verticals rather than on an ad hoc basis, Phased deployment for larger projects ahead of production cutover Scope.

Role: Technical Lead

Responsibilities:

• Installing SeeBeyond e*Gate SRE 5.0.5, ICAN 5.0.5, Java CAPS 5.1.3,,TIBCO,Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g) on Sun Solaris environments.

•Handled the Stringent timelines to migrate interfaces in short span time.

•Co-ordination/alignment with source and target teams located in different geographies.

•Working with multiple GM teams and other vendor for hosting, infrastructure and other support activities.

•Migrated interfaces using e*Gate SRE 5.0.5, SeeBeyond ICAN 5.0.5, Java CAPS 5.1.3, TIBCO, Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g) interfaces to new Production environment, which will publish output files to different systems in different formats based on the scheduled transaction and also real-time.

•Configuring the interfaces, eways, connectivity maps, creating deployment profiles, logical hosts, integration servers, iq managers, as per the new environment, updating the properties, and validating the interfaces.

•Modifying configurations, WSDL and making changes to BPEL and OSB to adopt updated WSDL.

•The deployment of components as services through SOAP, UDDI and WSDL, using Web Logic server.

•Configured and created JMS queues and Data sources.

•Set up Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) communication in the WebLogic Application Server.

•Guided the development team technically and functionally throughout the migration project.

•Done configurations in AXWAY, Layer 7, Tumbleweed, SFTP and ELIT for file transfers to the source and target systems.

•Validate the integration test case documents and to make sure the end to end flow was tested without any issues in the new GM environment.

•Necessary testing reviews for all the interfaces developed using See Beyond.

•Handled UAT with the users and involved in the production migration.

•Participated in validating the migrations responsibilities to carry out support in a live environment.

Environment: SeeBeyond Egate 5.0.4/5.0.5, ICAN 505, JCAPS5.1.3.6.3, TIBCO, Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g), JDeveloper11.1.1.5,EDI,WSDL, XML, XSD, Java, Oracle 11g, Elite, AXWAY,TOAD 10,OS-WINXP,Unix

GIF- Finalization of MGO Data and Integration (FMDI) May’2013 to Aug’2013

General Motors, Detroit MI

Client Description: FMDI was developed to replace the point-to-point model of information exchange for import/export orders. Currently FMDI is used by 16 downstream GM systems for exchange of vehicle information from the source Material Global Optimization (MGO) system. FMDI loads data from the MGO into the GIF ODS along with the target DATAMART tables in huge volumes. A set of interface and common functions that enable reusability and short lead-time for new downstream systems to the FMDI to enable MGO data exchange. As a part of Finalization of MGO Data and Integration, currently the plan is to redesign and deploy a new timely and reliable common standard process for the movement of Materials Global Optimization (MGO) data to Protection of Supply - Impact Analysis (POS-IA) System. The current Java Composite Application Platform Suite (JCAPS) tool has reached end of serviceable life and fails when data files exceed 2 GB size, requiring manual intervention and delays in data delivery. The objective of this project is to achieve higher quality and timeliness of the data, eliminate latency and quality issues which are impacting the future material availability and also to increase the current GIF SLA which is not met about 60% of the time and is causing customer satisfaction issues with the business customer.

Role: Technical Lead

Responsibilities:

•As a tech lead, involved in interactions with client while requirement gathering, to convert business requirement to technical requirement.

•Developed interfaces using JCAPS which will populate the data from oracle data base to generate the monitoring reports.

•Designed and developed the canonical schema.

•Designed the process flow and error handling and Configured JMS connection to send/receive data.

•Have configured the adapter like DB, File, FTP, JMS.

•Worked on MDS for storing shared artifacts like canonical xsd, wsdl, dvm etc.

•Involved in the new interface implementation to meet the client requirements.

•Guided the development team technically and functionally throughout the SDLC.

•Participated in validating the requirements and Gap Analysis Responsibilities to carry out support in a live and test environment.

•Validate the unit and integration test case documents and to make sure all the requirements were tested without any issues.

•Performed performance and initial load testing in pre-production environment.

•Developed Unit test plan, System test plan and UAT plan and test cases.

•Necessary code reviews and testing reviews for all the interfaces developed using See Beyond.

•Configured and deployed application in various work environments like Development, Test, and Production.

•Configured and created JMS queues and Data sources.

•Set up Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) communication in the WebLogic Application Server.

•Done all the necessary documentation for corresponding modules.

•Handled UAT with the users and involved in the migration and involved in the production migration.

Environment: SeeBeyond JCAPS6.1, Java Oracle 11g, TOAD 11.5, OS-WINXP, UNIX, XML

GIF-Business Connect Feb’2013 to Aprl’2013

General Motors, Detroit, MI

Client Description: The Business Connect project is intended to implement one real time Web service interface to request information from CSIDS database based on the DUNS Number. The GIF services are developed in OSB 11g. CSIDS_Supplier is the OSB Service is used to call the Java Web Service. This service provides details about operations required for displaying Supplier data and is used to get Supplier information based on the DUNS Number selected. CSIDS_Supplier service invokes the Java Web service which provides the Supplier Information for the DUNS Number received in the request. To access this service operation the DUNS Number is a mandatory input to the service interface. Destination Service which is an Endpoint Proxy service receives the request. The request is then routed to the Core proxy service requested operation. The Core proxy service receives the input payload, deletes the security token from soap header and performs a validation check on the incoming soap payload. If the validation fails, it throws an error. The request along with the transaction data is then routed to the business service which then calls the target system. The business service routes the response generated from Target Service to the Core proxy service. The response is then passed to the Endpoint service. The Endpoint service receives the response and passes it to Consumer system.

If any fault is generated in between then the control goes to the service error handler and customized fault message is passed to the consumer system. In case of business error, the fault received from target system is passed as is to the calling system.

Role: Technical Lead

Responsibilities:

•As a tech lead, involved in interactions with client while requirement gathering, to convert business requirement to technical requirement.

•Implemented OSB service to send request and receive the response for the source Business Connect.

•Implemented the interface using Java which will populate the data based on the request received and send the response to the OSB service.

•Configured Oracle, SOAP external system for request and response with OSB service.

•Created File Adapter for reading comma separated flat files and Configured the Connection Factories for DB, AQ, FTP etc

•Worked on X-Queries/XSLT and Implemented generic Error handling Framework

•Configured and deployed application in various work environments like Development, Test, and Production.

•Configured and created JMS queues and Data sources.

•Set up Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) communication in the WebLogic Application Server.

•Guided the development team technically and functionally throughout the SDLC

•Participated in validating the requirements and Gap Analysis Responsibilities to carry out support in a live and test environment.

•Validate the unit and integration test case documents and to make sure all the requirements were tested without any issues.

•Performed performance and initial load testing in pre-production environment.

•Developed Unit test plan, System test plan and UAT plan and test cases.

•Necessary code reviews and testing reviews for all the interfaces developed using See Beyond.

•Done the data base setup for these programs.

•Done all the necessary documentation for corresponding modules.

•Handled UAT with the users and involved in the migration and involved in the production migration.

Environment: OSB 11G, Java, Oracle 11g, WSDL, XML, XSD, TOAD 9, OS-WINXP, Unix

GIF-MCVM/DPV Oct’2012 to Jan’2013

General Motors, Detroit, MI

Client Description: General Motors is engaged in the import/export of vehicles to and from a large number of countries, covering wide spread business relationships between regional GM organizations, suppliers and alliance partners. The preferred communication mode between a pair of Market and producer was to have a point to point interface, which requires lot of development at both the ends without any re-usability. For every new pair of import and export, the connection has to be developed from scratch. The GIF provides integration services and functions as a data hub for all process areas across GM globally to support business processes (see Exhibit 3 on the next page). It promotes agility, efficiency and facilitates reuse of information, thereby reducing the total cost of ownership. Integration is delivered in a consistent, manageable, reusable, and cost effective manner reducing point to point interfaces. This capability delivers Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Extraction, Translation and Load (ETL) and SOA solutions for GM.

The objective of The MCVM (Mechanical Characterization Virtual Matching)/DPV (extend Dimensional Planning and Validation) is to separate the solenoids from the transmission electronic control module to achieve piece cost savings and greater design / package flexibility and to extend DPV to Include Supplier Data. As a result, mechanical characterization data will have to be transferred from solenoid supplier to GM for use in Power train, and vehicle assembly plants, to service operations seamlessly and reliably.

As part of this project, new GIF interfaces were developed to accept files through AS2 from Covisint/Denso to GM and sent receipt back. No transformation is expected at GIF layer.GIF ACE XML Gateways and AxwayInterchange along with Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g) were used for integration and for secure data transmissions between external suppliers and MCVM/DPV systems.

Role: Application Lead

Responsibilities:

•As an onsite coordinator, involved in interactions with client while requirement gathering, to convert business requirement to technical requirement.

•Developed interfaces using Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g) which will publish output files to different systems in different formats based on the scheduled transaction.

•Designed and developed the canonical schema.

•Designed the process flow and error handling and Configured JMS connection to send/receive data.

•Worked extensively on XSLT transformation Content based correlation.

•Worked on MDS for storing shared artifacts like canonical xsd, wsdl, dvm etc.

•Configured Tumbleweed and AXWAY configurations for file transfer to and from external systems.

•Involved in enhancing the existing code to meet the client requirements.

•Guided the development team technically and functionally throughout the SDLC

•Participated in validating the requirements and Gap Analysis Responsibilities to carry out support in a live and test environment.

•Validate the unit and integration test case documents and to make sure all the requirements were tested without any issues.

•Validating the server setup for the memory, users, user .profiles, folder structure, permissions, scripts setup, other required softwares like Oracle Client, DB2 Client, IBM MQ, Tectia, etc. and failover testing to make sure the server is setup as required.

•Configured and deployed application in various work environments like Development, Test, and Production.

•Configured and created JMS queues and Data sources.

•Set up Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) communication in the WebLogic Application Server.

•Worked on Performed performance and initial load testing in pre-production environment.

•Developed System test plan and UAT plan and test cases.

•Necessary code reviews and testing reviews for all the interfaces developed using Oracle Fusion Middleware.

•Done the data base setup for these programs. Handled the third party logistics(3PL).

•Done all the necessary documentation for corresponding modules.

•Handled UAT with the users and involved in the migration and involved in the production migration.

Environment: Oracle Fusion Middleware (Oracle SOA Suite 11g), Java Oracle 11g, JDeveloper 11.1.1.5, WSDL, XML, XSD, EDI, Tumbleweed, AXWAY, TOAD 10,OS-WINXP

GIF- Finalization of MGO Data and Integration (FMDI) Monitoring Jul’2012 to Sept’2012

General Motors, Detroit, MI

Client Description: FMDI was developed to replace the point-to-point model of information exchange for import/export orders. Currently FMDI is used by 16 downstream GM systems for exchange of vehicle information from the source Material Global Optimization (MGO) system. FMDI loads data from the MGO into the GIF ODSalong with the target DATAMART tables in huge volumes. A set of interface and common functions that enable reusability and short lead-time for new downstream systems to the FMDI to enable MGO data exchange. As a part of Finalization of MGO Data and Integration (FMDI), currently the plan is to implement more robust monitoring, error resolution, communication protocol and long term benefits for FMDI project. The current audit and error tracking is not providing processing status of every record at each and every phase of data processing .Java Composite Application Platform Suite (JCAPS) tool is used to implement the new interfaces to generate the reports based on the data loaded in GIF-ODS to GIF sustain and GM Business for easy analysis and quick turnaround to the production issues.

Role: Tech Lead

Responsibilities:

•As a tech lead, involved in interactions with client while requirement gathering, to convert business requirement to technical requirement.

•Developed interfaces using JCAPS which will populate the data from oracle data base to generate the monitoring reports.

•Designed and developed the canonical schema.

•Designed the process flow and error handling and Configured JMS connection to send/receive data.

•Have configured the adapter like DB, File, FTP, and JMS.

•Involved in the new interface implementation to meet the client requirements.

•Guided the development team technically and functionally throughout the SDLC.

•Participated in validating the requirements and Gap Analysis Responsibilities to carry out support in a live and test environment.

•Validate the unit and integration test case documents and to make sure all the requirements were tested without any issues.

•Performed performance and initial load testing in pre-production environment.

•Developed Unit test plan, System test plan and UAT plan and test cases.

•Necessary code reviews and testing reviews for all the interfaces developed using See Beyond.

•Configured and deployed application in various work environments like Development, Test, and Production.

•Configured and created JMS queues and Data sources.

•Set up Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) communication in the WebLogic Application Server.

•Done all the necessary documentation for corresponding modules. Handled the third party logistics (3PL).

•Handled UAT with the users and involved in the migration and involved in the production migration.

Environment: SeeBeyond JCAPS6.1, Java Oracle 11g, TOAD 11.5, OS-WINXP, UNIX, XML

CIHI (Customer Information Hub Integration) Nov’ 2011 to Jun’ 2012

Emdeon, Nashville, TN

Client Description: The CIHI (Customer Information Hub Integration) application is scheduler based application which periodically updates ERA enrollment information in ERA database from CIH database. The Core objective of SUBPROV project is to load the GEMS inbound Institutional and professional Batch Claims Enrollment information into CIH Database, distribute the Batch Claims Enrollment Institutional and Professional information to the external systems from CIH and retrieve the responses from external system and load into database.

The Enrollment Wizard (EWZ) and Enterprise Enrollment Manager (SCP) applications are the source to enroll and load the Batch claims information into CIH database. The Enterprise Enrollment Manager is the primary application for internal users enrolling customers into most Emdeon applications. The Enrollment Wizard (EWZ) is the primary Enterprise Technology Solutions (ETS) application designed for use by vendors to enroll providers to Batch Claims product and other products that Emdeon offers to providers and loading the Enrollment information into CIH Database. We have two kinds of Feeds such as Inbound (loading into CIH Database) and outbound ( CIH Database to External systems). We receive the GEMS inbound Medical and Hospital feeds from Monday to Friday and load into our CIH Database. We generate the outbound Partial and Full Feed files from Tuesday to Saturday and distribute to the all external systems.

Role: Tech Lead

Responsibilities:

•As an onsite coordinator, involved in interactions with client while gathering technical requirement.

•Developed interfaces using JCAPS which will publish output files to different systems in different formats based on the scheduled transaction.

•Configured Oracle, Batch Local and SFTP e*ways for file transfers.

•Configured JMS connection to send/receive data from different systems.

•Involved in enhancing the existing code to meet the client requirements.

•Guided the development team technically and functionally throughout the SDLC

•Participated in validating the requirements and Gap Analysis Responsibilities to carry out support in a live and test environment.

•Validate the unit and integration test case documents and to make sure all the requirements were tested without any issues.

•Involved in performance and initial load testing in pre-production environment.

•Necessary code reviews and testing reviews for all the interfaces developed using See Beyond.

•Done the data base setup for these programs.

•Handled the migration and involved in the production migration.

Environment: SeeBeyond JCAPS6.1, Java Oracle 11g, TOAD 11.5, OS-WINXP, UNIX, XML

GIF ICVM (Inter/Intra Company Vehicle Management) REL 8.0 Feb’2011 to Nov’2011

General Motors, Detroit MI

Client Description: ICVM hub was developed to replace the point-to-point model of information exchange for import/export orders. Currently ICVM is used by 15 connectors (8 market connectors, 6 producer connectors and 1 logistics connector) for exchange of order, status and event information. ICVM communicates through the Vehicle Order Exchange Standard (VOXS), a set of interface templates and common functions that enable reusability and short lead-time for new participants to be added to the ICVM hub to enable order exchange. As part of this project, VIM systems (Holden Market & Producer) will be completely replaced by SOM (Sales Order Management) system so they need to re-connect SOM to ICVM instead of VIM to ICVM so Holden can continue to trade with the markets and producers that they do today thru ICVM. Existing VIM Market and ICVM Producers connection and existing VIM Producer and ICVM Markets connection will be re-used for SOM market and producer partner in ICVM.

Role: Application Lead

Responsibilities:

•As an onsite coordinator, involved in interactions with client while requirement gathering, to convert business requirement to technical requirement.

•Developed interfaces using JCAPS, ICAN and SRE which will publish output files to different systems in different formats based on the scheduled transaction.

•Configured Oracle, Batch Local and SFTP e*ways for file transfers.

•Configured JMS connection to send/receive data from different systems.

•Configured Tumbleweed file transfer.

•Involved in enhancing the existing code to meet the client requirements.

•Guided the development team technically and functionally throughout the SDLC

•Participated in validating the requirements and Gap Analysis Responsibilities to carry out support in a



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