Sr. Programmer Analyst (Basking Ridge, NJ) (Multiple Openings). Configure TRUConsole tools, TRUMigrate & TRUCompare, to migrate data from the source to the target system and to validate the migrated data in the target system; Planning and executing DryRun, ValidationRun and ProductionRun for the data migration projects; Analyze and create use cases, use case diagrams, activity diagrams, class diagrams, data flow diagrams, Entity-Relationship diagrams, business flow diagrams using MS Visio; Communicating and coordinating data mapping, configuration and validation activities with clients and IT source and target system owners; Perform environment preparation for Data Migration – by installing TRUConsole, RDBMS Database and other required software; Conduct and perform requirements analysis through data migration workshops with clients; Create Databases, Tables, Cluster/Non-Cluster Index, Unique/Check Constraints, Views, Stored Procedures and Triggers; Tools and Technologies to be utilized: Veeva Vault, VQL, Documentum DQL, DQMAN, SQL, XML, MS Access and Oracle and/or SQL Server, Java, Visual Basic scripts, Siebel, Workday, Python/PERL/Unix Shell Script, ASP .Net, C#, Java Webservices, ECM Tools. Must have Masters* in Computer Engineering / Computer Science / Electronics Engineering / Mechanical Engineering / Industrial Engineering / Data Science / Production Engineering / related + 1 Yr. exp. as Programmer Analyst, Software Consultant, Software Engineer, Software Developer, Senior Associate – Projects, Professional 1 Application Delivery, Package Solution Consultant, Project Lead, IT Analyst, Programmer (Application) / related. (* In lieu of Masters, employer will accept Bachelors in Computer Engineering / Computer Science / Electronics Engineering / Mechanical Engineering / Industrial Engineering / Production Engineering / Related followed by 5 years progressive experience). Respond to HR Manager, Job ID # SPA/20-8, Valiance Partners, 110 Allen Road, Suite # 402, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
Migrations are a complex undertaking and traditional testing approaches often fall short of today’s business and compliance requirements. The ensuing risk can easily result in costly errors. The question is: How sound are your current testing and sampling approaches?