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IMS & Mashup Center Overview IMS & Mashup Center Overview Presentation Transcript

  • IMS Web 2.0 Solution for IBM Mashup Center V2 August 2010Presentation title
  • What is Web 2.0? Achieve Growth, Efficiency, and Collaboration with Web 2.0 • Enabling employees to be more productive, more knowledgeable, faster • From a technology perspective, Web 2.0 uses AJAX, mashups, and feeds predominantly • Collaboration: Social networking (Facebook, LinkedIn) • Simplification: Mashups, RIAs, Web services Personalization becomes collaborative!2 IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • What is a Mashup?A “mashup” is a lightweight web application created by combining information orcapabilities from more than one existing source to deliver new functions & insights. Rapid creation Mashup (days not months) Web Platforms Reuses existing Web capabilities, but Portal/portlets Domino delivers new WAS functions + insights Google Gadgets Requires less technical skills Often mixes Enterprise Information Enterprise Applications internal and <WSDL> MQSeries external sources JDBC DB Web services MQ Connections Quickr Commerce Info Server IMS Legacy ERP CRM ECM3 IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • What is a WidgetA widget is a small application orpiece of dynamic content that can beeasily placed into a web pageWidgets are called different names bydifferent vendors: gadgets, blocks,flakesWidgets can be written in anylanguage or and can be simply HTML“Mashable” widgets pass events, sothat they can be wired together tocreate something new 44 IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • IBMto Mashup Center supporting rapid assembly of A end end enterprise mashup platform,dynamic applications - with the security, governance and ROI that ITrequires. Create new applications by reusing existing data and services Unlock Enterprise, Web, Personal and Departmental Information Develop widgets from enterprise systems Discover and share mashups, widgets, feeds, and services Transform information into new feeds IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • The new “Access & Integration”capability adds significant value to acustomer’s investment in With Mashups IMS IMSIMS Without Mashups IMS IMS Gain New Business / Market Insights Build new quick web applications from combination of IMS & other databases. Create Modern, Intuitive, Web-Based UI for optimized consumption and action based on business-critical insights. Deploy beyond the desktop – to mobile devices, websites & other destinations IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • Web 2.0 Support for IMS Data • Developing a RESTful service / feed for IMS Data – Generate meta files from IMS DB in DLIModel Utility (IMS Enterprise Suite) – Create Enterprise Database feed from IMS source in IBM Mashup Center7 IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • Web 2.0 support for IMS Data(Mashup Center)• Enterprise Database Plugin – Allows users to create feeds from any Database that supports a JDBC driver • Supports the following databases: – DB2 – Microsoft SQL – Derby – MySQL – IDS – Oracle – IMS IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • Web 2.0 support for IMS Data(Mashup Center) • Features: – Support both managed and unmanaged connections – Can store connection profile information for reuseIMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • Web 2.0 support for IMS Data(Mashup Center) • Supports generating SQL queries via a GUI interfaceIMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • Web 2.0 Support for IMS Data (Mashup Center) • Supports manual entry of SQL statements • A list of IMS supported SQL statements can be found at http://dzictestsrv.svl.ibm.com:8035/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.i ms11.doc.apg/ims_jdbcspecificsemantics.htm11 IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • Example - Web Mashup leveraging IMS Assets12 IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • 13 IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • Announcement • Special Offer for IMS Customers – Mashup Center V2+ offered to IMS 10+ customers for free – Use limited to IMS and two SQL data servers – Entitled to one copy of Mashup Center per physical machine on which IMS runs • Quickly and easily enable new & expanded uses of IMS assets –Reuse IMS Transactions (IMS 10) –Reuse IMS Data (IMS 11) IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 201014
  • IMS Insurance Demo Scenario: In the Insurance industry, Actuaries are responsible for building and changing Insurance policies. In doing so, they require to analyze internal claim data and external information based on a variety of statistics. In particular, for auto insurance Actuaries compare Demographic claim information from the Insurance Industry with the existing internal Claim data. Many Insurance companies capture claim information in the IMS system. Actuarial work is very valuable to the profitability of the company as Actuaries need to manage risk and maximize return.15 IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • Powerful Actuaries - IMS Challenges This process is iterative and highly data centric. In many cases today, this information is downloaded into Excel or Access to do the Actuarial analysis which is difficult to share and re-populate if new analysis is needed. Our Powerful Actuaries have hunch that some styles of car identify with certain styles of drivers. In particular the Hybrid a relative new style of car may present opportunity for the Insurance company to differentiate itself. Using a Mashup the Actuary can work with the data from multiple sources to provide statistical proof that this is the case.16 IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010
  • Powerful Actuaries Made Easy IMS & MashUp Center Offer IBM Confidential Until Announce © 2010