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Smartpay & Dolphin Dynamics integration support and maintenance

Technical Help
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Freelancer, Company
Brighton, UK
14 Dec 2019

About the brief

We need help to support and maintain an existing integration between our payment gateway’s (Barclaycard Smartpay/Adyen) notification system and our reservation system (Dolphin Dynamics). This integration has been built using the Zend PHP framework and is hosted on Digital Ocean. We are looking for someone with LEMP experience who can take this on ensuring it remains available and to provide BAU continuity over. This continuity will take place over the next 6-12 months while we undertake the selection process for a new payment provider and our developer is on paternity, looking for someone to come in and support on an ad-hoc basis.

Under the surface, this integration listens for a SOAP response from Smartpay and turns that into a specifically formatted XML file that is in turn imported into our reservations system. The formatting of the XML files is defined in API documentation provided by Dolphin Dynamics.

We are looking for someone with the following:

• A good track record managing LEMP servers and applying security updates and patches promptly.

• Knowledge of the latest PCI-compliance standards and ensuring this integration remains compliant.

• A history developing and support PHP and MySQL based applications (particularly with the Zend framework)

• A good understanding of XML and SOAP-based APIs

• Good written communication skills when liaising with 3rd party vendors

Bonus points if you are familiar with Dolphin Dynamics.

To be agreed


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