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    Zlot Technologiczny SAP 2008 - Enterprise Architecture Zlot Technologiczny SAP 2008 - Enterprise Architecture Presentation Transcript

    • Enterprise Architecture & SAP Enterprise Architecture Framework Driving and Governing Your Business Transformation Laurent Rieu Office of the CTO EMEA June 11, 2008
    • Agenda 1. Why Enterprise Architecture: Drivers, Benefits, Values 2. Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise SOA 3. SAP Delivering Enterprise Architecture © SAP 2008 / Page 2
    • Business Networks: How Do You Get There? How Do You Govern The Transformation? You lack critical mass to enter a Market rewards market alone rapid introduction of Complement an new products incumbent’s Competition is Customer problem Drive changes offer pressuring margins requires diverse through brand disciplines to solve power Divest non- core processes Orchestrate as trusted advisor © SAP 2007 / Page 3
    • What is Enterprise Architecture? Enterprise Architecture Why Enterprise Architecture? Definition The description of the current and future state The successful business of an organization's business processes, transformation supported by IT technology platforms and information systems requires Enterprise Architecture: required to support the business strategy How do I get there? What are the How to get from the current architecture to best practices? future desired state How do I control and govern the transformation? Enterprise Architecture How can I ensure that IT is aligned to Goal the business? Bring together Business and IT people in a How do I integrate solutions across common understanding of how people, the organisation? process, data and technology must converge to take the business strategy from vision to reality © SAP 2008 / Page 4
    • Enterprise Architecture Discipline Key discipline facilitating a holistic view of an enterprise Treats the entire enterprise as a System Mechanism for enabling design, development, communication and understanding of the enterprise Overarching goal is to manage the complexity of the enterprise Enterprise Align business strategies and implementations Data Business Arch Model Strategy Context Facilitate rapid change in order to maintain business and technological advantages Org Business EA Structure Architecture Governance Change Application Technology Mgmt and Data Architecture Architecture © SAP 2008 / Page 5
    • Benefits of Enterprise Architecture to the Business Achievement of a company’s business strategy or of external drivers Without a full understanding of business, application and technical architectures, a business doesn’t know what it has or doesn’t have Business processes and information consistency EA unlocks the power of information whilst unifying information silos that inhibit business processes Identify processes, applications and data that need to be consistent Innovations Faster time-to-market If IT can introduce new technologies and functionalities faster, the organization can respond to competitive pressures faster These areas are most likely to be spotted when business and IT staff collaborate closely in the EA process More reliability and security, less risk EA provides clear traceability between business processes, data, user roles, applications and infrastructure © SAP 2008 / Page 6
    • Benefits of Enterprise Architecture to IT Lower IT costs Faster design and development due to standard designs and components IT procurement efficiencies due to economies of scale Better traceability of IT costs Greater understanding of the interrelated nature of business, application and infrastructure assets More manageable complexity Clear vision of As-Is and To-Be architecture and migration plan Comprehensive view of apps, software, infrastructure and their interrelatedness diminishes duplication and overlap Less IT risk Developing a managed transformation plan means IT is prepared to deliver new capabilities in a timely manner IT effort is aligned with the strategy and expectations set at the right level © SAP 2008 / Page 7
    • Components of Enterprise Architecture Business Business Processes, Workflows, Transactions Architecture and Collaboration Programs Business Strategy Projects Data Data, Business Objects, Requirements Application Systems, Services, Exchange Formats, Portfolio Architecture Functional Use Cases Architecture Security and Privacy Analysis Technology Architecture Software, Hardware, Server, OS, Network © SAP 2008 / Page 8
    • Agenda 1. Why Enterprise Architecture: Drivers, Benefits, Values 2. Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise SOA 3. SAP Delivering Enterprise Architecture © SAP 2008 / Page 9
    • What’s the difference between EA and Enterprise SOA? When a customer is considering Enterprise SOA, either there is already an EA in place or there is a need to develop one… Enterprise Architecture The description of the current and future state of an organization's business processes, technology platforms and information systems required to support the business strategy Enterprise SOA An application pattern that provides new Compose technology and business capability within the boundaries set out by Build Buy Enterprise Architecture Home Home CRM ERP ... Grown Grown © SAP 2008 / Page 10
    • The need for Enterprise Architecture in Enterprise SOA Alignment between business and IT is the challenge facing SOA adopters Significant differences between an SOA landscape and a traditional IT landscape New points of stress and focus Technology can address many of these stress points ; but not all Key Risks Proliferation of misaligned services at inappropriate levels of granularity service sprawl Inability to do impact assessment and overspend on infrastructure poor service quality Multiple technology stacks that are costly to support and do not interoperate costly services “Islands of services” tied to implementation specifics Services are brittle and have high operational costs Inability for potential service consumers to identify services for re-use Duplicate services Effective management of SOA requires a more formalized understanding of the IT landscape with explicit links to the business it supports © SAP 2008 / Page 11
    • Putting It Together - How EA can help Enterprise SOA Provides a set of tools and techniques to link Business-Led SOA to Developer- Led SOA a robust and maintainable framework addresses the non-technical challenges associated with SOA adoption Defines structured traceable representations of business and technology links IT assets to the business they support Clear, maintainable and measurable Supports impact assessment and portfolio Business Processes, Business management Architecture Workflows, Transactions and Collaboration Provides a much richer context Programs Improves the ability to Business Strategy Projects manage change Data Data, Business Objects, Portfolio Requirements Application Systems, Services, Exchange Formats, Functional Use Cases Architecture Analysis Defines principles, Architecture Security and Privacy constraints, frameworks, patterns and standards Forms the basis of ongoing governance, Technology Architecture Software, Hardware, Server, OS, Network Ensures aligned services, interoperability and re-use © SAP 2008 / Page 12
    • Agenda 1. Why Enterprise Architecture: Drivers, Benefits, Values 2. Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise SOA 3. SAP Delivering Enterprise Architecture © SAP 2008 / Page 13
    • Why Enterprise Architecture is becoming prominent? New External Pressures on customers Corporate Governance Data Protection and Privacy Increased Security Profile The same old internal pressures Business wants more from IT for less IT wants to reduce complexity and cost Increasing adoption of Enterprise SOA New issues for customers to handle Specifically for SAP Product Suite is richer: more components, more options SAP is developing its footprint in Industry Sectors where SAP is a secondary part of the Architecture © SAP 2008 / Page 14
    • Enterprise Architecture: Now a strategic initiative for SAP © SAP 2008 / /Page 15 © SAP 2007 Page 15
    • SAP Enterprise Architecture initiative Global Hub SKILLS & RESOURCES of Enterprise Architects EAF SAP Enterprise Architecture METHODOLOGY Framework for Enterprise SOA EAF available under Roadmap TOOLS Composer and integrated with SAP other assets Enterprise Architecture Service Portfolio SERVICES and Enterprise SOA Services Dedicated training and certification TRAINING for Enterprise Architects COMMUNITY Global EA Community, with user groups notably ASUG, customers and partners © SAP 2008 / Page 16
    • SAP Enterprise Architecture Framework: Leverage and Extends TOGAF… Traditional EA Frameworks generate a wealth of benefits for the Enterprise Generic and applicable to many types Business-IT of architectures Vendor-agnostic Alignment open standard Comprehensive Technology- and Architecture Solution-independent development method There is still a black Large adoption Avoids re-inventing in the market Black hole… the wheel Hole Tailorable to meet Can be used different organizations across a wide variety and industry needs of industry types and geographies Possibility to participate in the evolution Available under a free of the Framework perpetual license © SAP 2008 / Page 17
    • SAP Enterprise Architecture Framework: Filling The Gaps With Extensive Content Two critical features are missing in traditional Enterprise Architecture Frameworks A clear definition of process A clear definition of terms Accelerated timelines Practical guidance Comprehensive Packaged Best Practices Enterprise Applications description An explicit Enterprise Metamodel A clear transition Service between Enterprise Oriented Robust and mature Architecture Architecture reference models and Solution delivery Templates, concrete A complete examples and an applied delivery tool case study Fully packaged toolset © SAP 2008 / Page 18 incl. methodology
    • SAP Enterprise Architecture Framework: Mission Statement SAP EAF is an extension of the TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Framework specifically designed to support the effective adoption of packaged solutions in the Service- Oriented Enterprise. © SAP 2008 / Page 19 2007
    • SAP EAF Overview SAP Enterprise Architecture Framework for Enterprise SOA SAP Enterprise Architecture Resource Base Framework extensions Extensions Released to the Open Group Released to the Open Group Usage Guidelines SAP Business Reference Models Architecture Content Development Metamodel Method SAP Technology Templates, Examples and Case Reference Models Studies SAP Mapping Extensions SAP Tooling Extensions SAP Content SAP Implementation EA Modeling Tools Tools Tools TOGAF Architecture TOGAF Development Method Resource Base © SAP 2008 / Page 20
    • SAP EAF – Architecture Development Method Architecture Context Iterations Architecture Deployment Architecture Iterations Development Iterations Transition SAP EAF Process Planning follows TOGAF Iterations ADM….but with iterations © SAP 2008 / Page 22
    • SAP Tiered Certification: New Program Framework Master Master Level: 7+ years of experience in Enterprise Architecture In- and externally recognized as an expert in his/her Enterprise Expert knowledge Architecture field in Enterprise Deep practical EA experience, integration, optimization and Architecture architectural knowledge Ability to provide strategic vision and realization Ability to articulate EA at CxO level Leading teams and projects Professional Professional 3-7 years of experience in Enterprise Architecture Level: Professional ERP experience, advanced solution and process Advanced knowledge, industry expertise knowledge in Deep knowledge of at least 1-2 domains in Enterprise Enterprise Architecture Architecture T-shaped: broad view across several dimensions, plus deep capability to understand a specific area Works independently within teams to realize EA projects, Associate capability of mentoring others Level: Foundation level Associate knowledge in 1-3 years of experience in Enterprise Architecture Hands-on skills to successfully implement ERP solutions Enterprise Foundation knowledge of at least one domain in Enterprise Architecture. Skills Architecture to contribute to EA Works in a mentored position within an experienced team projects. © SAP 2008 / Page 23
    • SAP Enterprise Architect Curriculum and Certification: Associate and Professional SAP Certified Associate Enterprise Architect SOA100 2 Days SOA110 2 Days SOA200 5 Days Enterprise SOA Enterprise SOA SAP Enterprise Architect Certified Associate SAP Fundamentals Roadmap Framework Level I Enterprise Architect Q2/07 SAP Certified Professional Enterprise Architect SO220 4 Days SOA230 2 Days SOA250 5 Days Certified Associate SAP Aris Toolset for SAP Certified Professional TOGAF Training SAP Enterprise Architect Enterprise Architect Enterprise Architect SAP Enterprise Architect & Certification Framework Level II Framework Q4/08 © SAP 2008 / Page 24
    • Enterprise Architecture and SAP EAF: The Methodology for Enterprise SOA Adoption Business Network Transformation requires guidance and rigor in order to ensure Business and IT alignment and to deliver on its full promises Enterprise Architecture as a corporate discipline helps govern the successful transformation of a company’s business and IT landscapes The New SAP Enterprise Architecture Framework is based on open standards and may be used free of charge by our customers and partners It is specifically designed to support the effective adoption of packaged solutions in an Enterprise SOA environment The New SAP Enterprise Architecture Framework is holistic, practical and agile Education materials, certification and service offerings are available A global Enterprise Architecture Community is already created – with user groups, customers and partners © SAP 2008 / Page 25
    • Thank you! © SAP 2007 / Page 26