SAP Careers Walkins Jobs in Bangalore – Java Full Stack Developer

Job Id: 20200812020

Company: SAP

Job Role: Java Full Stack Developer

Experience: 5+ Years

Qualification: Graduate

Job Location: Bangalore

Salary: Best in Industry

Vacancies: Not Mentioned

Website: www.sap.com

Job Description SAP Careers Walkins Jobs in Bangalore Hiring For Java Full Stack Developer in August 2020:

Working as part of HCM Onboarding team, you will collaborate with engineering teams on meeting Security standards and processes as part of release cycle. You are expected to Continuously conduct security assessments on our internal assets and existing and future products. Your role will drive Build and deploy security automation and tooling to verify and further increase our security posture.

ROLE REQUIREMENTS

Requires 5+ years of professional experience in developing Secure enterprise web-based application,
Experience designing and implementing API Security and Access Controls (OAuth/SAML, Web SSO, AWS IAM, Federation)
Strong technical skills with technologies like Java/J2EE, Hibernate, Spring, SAP HANA, UI Technologies(, JS, HTML, CSS and Ajax) and OData protocols to develop modem cutting edge software that performs and scales in cloud environment
Knowledge of lean development infrastructure process including Git, TeamCity,Jenkins etc.. and exposure to Continuous Delivery practices
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
Bachelor’s in Computer Science required, Master preferred.

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