ALM Tool Integration Basics from Kovair Omnibus Team
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Kovair Omnibus allows enterprise application integration and synchronization through its Omnibus Integration Platform. Integrate and synchronize standard multi-vendor ALM tools using Kovair......

Kovair Omnibus allows enterprise application integration and synchronization through its Omnibus Integration Platform. Integrate and synchronize standard multi-vendor ALM tools using Kovair adapters, plug-ins and build your own integrated ALM platform.

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  • 1. Omnibus concepts By Puranjoy Chatterjee
  • 2. Tool Integration Overview ► Why integration is required ? ■ Disparate tools are used in organizations for different artifacts ■ No relation between artifacts tracked in different tools ■ Changes in one artifact does not get reflected automatically in other tools being used by other stake holders ■ No aggregation and consolidated reporting from artifacts stored in different tools ■ No collaboration : groups work in isolation - problems detected later in lifecycle has expensive impact
  • 3. Features of Integrated ALM ► Data Visibility across Tools ■ See what are you missing ► Traceability between Objects in different Tools ■ Change Management and Impact Analysis ► Process Automation across Tools ■ Implementing and Enforcing a Consistent process ► Dashboarding and Reporting with Consolidated Data from different Tools ■ Meaningful Metrics and Analytics
  • 4. Integration approaches ► Point-To-Point Integrations ■ Best of Breed Multi-vendor Tools ■ Handcrafted Integration code between pair of tools ■ Third Party develops the integration ► Single Vendor Integrated Tools ■ All Tools from a single vendor pre-integrated ■ Each integration is based on the vendor’s guideline of usage ■ The vendor does all the integration ► ALM Integration Middleware (ESB) ■ Best of Breed Multi-vendor Tools ■ Adapters for each tool connects it to the ESB ■ Third Party develops the integration
  • 5. Advantages of ESB model Enterprise Service Bus Point to Point Custom Integration Enterprise Service Bus 10 Bi-Directional Adapters 45 Custom Coded Integrations
  • 6. Comparison of Integration Approaches Item Point-to-point Integration Single Vendor Integration ALM Integration Middleware View artifacts managed by one Tool from another Tool Medium – Fair High – Good Very High – Excellent Create relationship between any two Artifacts Limited – Fair High – Good Very High – Excellent Automate a process cutting across the tool boundaries None – Poor Limited – Fair Very High – Excellent Manage Projects and Resources across the tools None – Poor Limited – Fair Very High – Excellent Create Cross tools Analytics and Dashboards Limited – Fair Limited – Fair Very High – Excellent Effort to create and maintain integration with a tool Very High – Poor Medium – Good Low – Excellent Utilizing existing tools Very High – Excellent Low – Poor Very High – Excellent Migration and Training Effort Low – Excellent Very High – Poor Low – Excellent Hard coded
  • 7. Kovair Architecture Framework Omnibus Integration Framework Application Management Framework Built-in Applications ALM Studio, ITSM studio Task Management Document Management Time Management User Defined Applications e.g. Vendor Management, Customer On-boarding Omnibus Omniprocess Process Management Technology Application Foundation Services – Security, Collaboration, Access Control Omnibus Integration Framework
  • 8. Kovair Architecture Framework Proxy Entities accommodatedThirdSingle ToolsRepository Kovair Entities PartyThird Party Tools Proxy Entities for Single in a in a Repository through Omnibus Adapters Synchronized/ Federated SVN JUnit Kovair Issues Kovair Development Package ANT Legacy Data RDBMS XML Spreadsheet Kovair Requirements Federated Legacy Data Entities ANT JUnit Collaboration, Traceability, Consolidated Reports, Synchronized Process SVN Federated
  • 9. High Level Architecture
  • 10. Components Component Name Application Type Platform Web Server Web Server OS Database Server Database Server OS Kovair Global Lifecycle - Web Application Web Application .NET 3.5 IIS 6.0 or above Windows SQL Server 2005 or above Windows Kovair Global Lifecycle – Windows Services Windows Service .NET 3.5 NA NA SQL Server 2005 or above Windows Omnibus Engine Windows Service .NET 3.5 NA NA SQL Server 2005 or above Windows Omnibus Engine Web Service WCF Service .NET 3.5 IIS 6.0 or above Windows SQL Server 2005 or above Windows Omnibus Adapters WCF Service .NET 3.5 IIS 6.0 or above Windows SQL Server 2005 or above Windows Omnibus Adapter – Event Services Windows Service .NET 3.5 NA NA SQL Server 2005 or above Windows Omnibus Plug-Ins Plug-Ins .Net 3.5/ Java NA NA NA NA
  • 11. Omnibus Architecture
  • 12. Omnibus Detail Architecture
  • 13. Data Flow
  • 14. Omnibus Eco-system today
  • 15. Questions Questions ?
  • 16. Thank you