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Job postings: Axway (Vordel) API Management skills needed in Cambridge MA and Hoffman Estates IL

Here are two jobs which may interest readers of this blog. Both require Axway (Vordel) skills for API Management. The first job is more of an administrator role, and the second is more of a dev role:

Identity and Access Management Administrator in Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • Experienced with Vordel (Axway), Active Directory, Kerberos 
  • XML, Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), & Message Broker 
  • SOAP, Web Services, & SOA 
  • Strong familiarity with Middleware, Database, SOA technologies 
  • Oracle Security Middleware (Oracle Access Manager, Oracle Internet Directory) 
  • Working knowledge of any Load Balancer (like F5) 
  • Working knowledge of system administration (Unix, Windows) 

http://m.simplyhired.com/a/mobile-jobs/view/jobkey-5565.4063468

Java Developer with Axway/Vordel Skills in Hoffman Estates, Illinois

This job requires a Java developer who has great experience with Vordel [Axway] API Management software. 
http://www.bullhornreach.com/job/1367383_java-with-vordel-api-hoffman-estates-il

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More Stories By Mark O'Neill

Mark O'Neill is VP Innovation at Axway - API and Identity. Previously he was CTO and co-founder at Vordel, which was acquired by Axway. A regular speaker at industry conferences and a contributor to SOA World Magazine and Cloud Computing Journal, Mark holds a degree in mathematics and psychology from Trinity College Dublin and graduate qualifications in neural network programming from Oxford University.