Sushant Nayak

Sushant Nayak

Portfolio

Objective

Targeting assignments in the domains of Telecom/IT/Utilities/Healthcare as Senior Project Manager/Program Manager with a growth oriented and dynamic organization to utilize experience gained in IT / ITES & Service Industry.

Summary

Dynamic IT professional with yrs of accomplished experience in developing and managing web based projects in Unit testing, Performance Enhancements, Code Review, Design, Scripting and SDLC phases usingJava/J2EE technologies applications, recently worked for Real Networks India Pvt Ltd., Gurgaon as Project Manager.

Work History

Work History
Nov 2008 - May 2010

Project Manager

RealNetworks
Mar 2008 - Nov 2008

Snr Software Engineer

Orange Business Services

ØProject Title: SESAM (SITA/Equant Service Activation Management)(Mar 2008 – Nov 2008)

Project Description: The SESAM application is an N-tier architecture and a provisioning system for the MTN and DTN networks. It extracts order information from OPAS, Fileade, LOIS and SOPM ordering systems. It also extracts network resource assignment from GPM for MTN connections, executes customer orders by updating OPAS, Fileade, SOPM, GOLD applications and CCR, CIS and SDCR repositories with milestone information. It Provides reporting and planning capabilities.

Environment: Oracle 9i, SQL, PL/SQL, Java, J2EE(JSP, Servlets, Java Bean), Struts, XML, HTML, Weblogic 8.1/9.2, Solaris, Windows, Rational Rose, UML, Design Pattern.

Responsibilities:

§Attending to the anomaly requests from client.

§Preparing technical specification, estimation and resource allocation.

§Making unit test cases, deployment scripts and version management.

§Applying UML notation and design pattern.

Team management with mentoring and resource utilization.

ØProject Title: SAI (Sesam Application Interface)(Mar 2008 – Nov 2008)

Project Description: SAI is the Sesam application interface to 5 different application namely OPAS, Fileade,

SOPM, GOLD applications and CCR, CIS and SDCR repositories with milestone information. Provides error

management and motoring of orders through JMS queues, UML notation and design pattern.

Environment:Oracle 9i, SQL, PL/SQL, Java, J2EE (EJB, JSP, Servlets, Java Bean, JMS), Struts, XML, HTML,

Weblogic 8.1/9.2, Solaris, Windows, Rational Rose, UML, Design Pattern.

Responsibilities:

§Attending to the anomaly requests from client.

§Preparing Technical specification, Estimation and resource allocation.

§Making unit test cases, deployment scripts and version management.

§Applying UML notation and design pattern.

Team management with mentoring and resource utilization.
Oct 2006 - Feb 2008

Senior Analyst

Vertex

ØProject Title: Map Service Direct (MSD)(Nov 2006 - Feb 2008)

Project Description: This System is an integrated order processing system that allows to process orders received from customers. MS handles the entire life cycle of an order, from the time it is received from the customer, to the time that a response is sent to them.

Environment: Java, BC4J (Business Component for Java), JSP, LDAP, Servlets, Struts, JDeveloper 9i, Oracle 9i, Oracle 9i Application Server, JavaScript, Oracle Reports, UML, Design Pattern.

Responsibilities:

§Ensuring IPS Application is up and running, checking the daily IPS database Backup log message and the normal running of batch.

§Checking log weekly for normal running of the batch files, batch timings and change them, if needed.

§Updating (Adding, modifying, deleting) Investment Questions, cost questions, parameters, Benefit category values and uploading submitted projects data in the Production Database.

§Shifting IPS Application and IPS Database from one node to another.

§Develop and deploy the changed version in the UAT environment first and after user acceptance deploy the change in production.

ØProject Title: External Planning Liaison Application (EPLA)(Nov 2006 - Feb 2008)

Client: United Utilities – United Kingdom.

Project Description: It is an integrated planning application processing system that allows to process requests sent in by the local authorities. EPLA handles the entire life cycle of a request, right from the time it is received from the local authorities to the time that a response is sent to them.

Environment: Java, BC4J (Business Component for Java), JSP, LDAP, Servlets, Struts, JDeveloper 9i, Oracle 9i, Oracle 9i Application Server, JavaScript, Oracle Reports, UML, Design Pattern.

Responsibilities:

§Ensuring IPS Application is up and running, checking the daily IPS database Backup log message and the normal running of batch.

§Checking log weekly for normal running of the batch files, batch timings and change them, if needed.

§Updating (Adding, modifying, deleting) Investment Questions, cost questions, parameters and Benefit category values and uploading submitted projects data in the Production Database.

§Shifting IPS Application and IPS Database from one node to another.

§Develop and deploy the changed version in the UAT environment first and after user acceptance deploy the change in production.

ØProject Title: Investment Prioritization System (IPS)(Nov 2006 - Feb 2008)

Client: United Utilities, UK

Project Description: The IPS application is a 3-tier architecture. The backend is an Oracle 9i Database

server and the user interface is through the Internet Explorer Version 6.0 as the web browser, using a Web Server. There is an Application Server to manage the business logic and which is the interconnection between the Web Server and the Database Server. All the servers will be running on a Windows NT box with various client machines providing the user interfaces. The connections use http protocol. This system defines, validates and prioritizes the investment needs Of United Utilities Investment Performance Team, meeting the Legal and Statutory obligations of the regulator. The system calculates Benefit Score for each Benefit Category and then calculates Total Benefit Score and a Value for Money score for each Investment Need. This data is then used to rank the Company's Investment Needs.

Environment: Java, EJB 2.1(Entity and Session Beans), JSP, LDAP, Servlets, JDeveloper 9i, Oracle 9i, Oracle 9i Application Server, JavaScript, UML, Design Pattern.

Responsibilities:

§Uploading submitted projects data in the Production Database.

§Shifting IPS Application from one node to another and attending user queries.

§Develop and deploy the changed version in the UAT environment first and after user acceptance deploy the change in production.

ØProject Title: Comparative Efficiency Model (CEM)(Nov 2006 - Feb 2008)

Client: United Utilities – United Kingdom.

Project Description: The Comparative Efficiency Model (CEM) for UUSD water and wastewater works is a tool which is designed for the estimation of unit cost of water and wastewater treatment by the water and wastewater works of UU respectively with the ultimate aim of identifying the key areas for targeting improvements and savings.

Environment: Java, BC4J (Business Component for Java), JSP, LDAP, Servlets, Struts, JDeveloper 9i, Oracle 9i, Oracle 9i Application Server, JavaScript, Oracle Reports, UML, Design Pattern.

Responsibilities:

§Checking the CEM Application is up and running and manual running of batches/Batch monitoring

§Coordination with LDAP administrator to add/update the user details in LDAP server. The user Maintenance activities include changing the user details in LDAP.

§Develop and deploy the changed version in the UAT environment first and after user acceptance deploy the change in production.

Education

Education
May 2010 - Present

Master in Science

Manarishi University of Management